The woman who recorded Donald Sterling’s infamous racist rant is milking the scandal for all it’s worth.
During a bizarre encounter with photographers outside a La Brea Avenue restaurant, Stiviano — whose recording of Sterling got the LA Clippers owner banned for life from the NBA — claimed that she would eventually lead the free world.
“One day, I will become president of the United States of America. And I will change the legislation and laws,” she said, according to video posted online. “Modern-day history. Civil-rights movement.”
Stiviano also agreed with one photographer’s compliment that she’s “bigger than Angelina Jolie,” but suggested she knew her 15 minutes of fame were ticking away.
“Just today, just today, guys,” Stiviano said after being compared to Brad Pitt’s Oscar-winning partner.
Stiviano, 31, who hid her face behind a reflective sun shield throughout the Tuesday night exchange, wore a bright yellow leather jacket over a gray T-shirt and cut-off jean Daisy Dukes.
She was accompanied by a burly bodyguard and several men and women wearing “V. Stiviano” caps.
Earlier in the day, Stiviano was trailed by cameras as she roller-skated around the $1.8 million duplex Sterling bought her near the swank Beverly Center shopping mall.
For that escapade, she wore the shorts, a visor with light-blue trim and a matching T-shirt with an image of 1970s ad mascot “Twinkie the Kid.”
Court papers show Stiviano legally changed her name in 2010 from Maria Vanessa Perez, citing as her reason: “Born from a rape case and haven’t yet been fully accepted because of my race.”