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Donald Sterling Rolls Up To Westwood In-N-Out In His Rolls Royce

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Donald Sterling: Clippers owner, racist, In-N-Out patron. He was spotted with a mystery woman at a Westwood In-N-Out over the weekend. It was like seeing Gollum come out from the shadows.

In a not-so-secretive meeting, he rolled up to the popping burger joint by UCLA with whom TMZ identified as an Asian woman around 3 p.m. on Sunday in his Rolls Royce Phantom. Totally discreet. They only ordered drinks—no animal burger, not even fries (who does that??)—and stayed for a short 20 minutes.

A source told TMZ that one person tried to take a photo with Sterling, who seemed down for it, but someone who looked like Sterling's manager shooed the person away.

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