Have you rented an apartment from Donald Sterling?


Donald Sterling, the owner of the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers, might be forced by the league's owners to sell his franchise.

Donald Sterling apologized for his racist comments that surfaced publicly. But it's not the first time he's been accused of racial bias. He and his companies settled two lawsuits in the past decade claiming his buildings were pushing out black and Latino tenants in favor of Korean ones. One of the suits was filed by the Department of Justice civil rights division.

Our reporters answer questions about Sterling's behavior as a landlord here, based on KPCC's interviews and examination of public records. 

But we also want to hear from you: What have Donald Sterling's companies, Sterling Family Trust and Beverly Hills Properties', rental practices been like since those settlements? If you're a tenant or former tenant of one of these buildings, please share your experience with the journalists at KPCC, Southern California Public Radio.

Please note: Your response is confidential, and will be used only for our reporting. No names or quotes from your response will be used without your permission.