RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- The owner of the Bunny Ranch Brothel is showing his support for the NBA by taking a stand against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Dennis Hof said Sterling is not welcome at any of his seven brothels in Nevada. He said it was an easy decision, because his businesses do not support racism.
"The message is, if you want to have a good time at the Bunny Ranch, be a nice person," said Hof. "Don't be a racist or an animal killer, or we're not going to allow you in here."
Hof said he wants nothing to do with the Clippers owner. The main reason why Sterling is banned for life is out of respect for the NBA players that come to the Bunny Ranch.
"Well, I can say he's never going to come back here to the brothel," announced Hof. "He's never going to be in this brothel again or any of the seven I own in Nevada."
Hof also confirmed the brothel ban was decided even before it was announced that Sterling was banned for life from the NBA. "We banned him yesterday morning before the NBA. We put it out on Twitter at about 10 a.m. The girls all decided in a meeting the night before that we don't want people like that around the Bunny Ranch."
Hof also stated that he plans on forming an ownership group to buy the Los Angeles Clippers. "We're in the midst of putting together a group to buy the Clippers. And so we liked to think that our working girls and our clients, our very wealthy clients, some of them billionaires would like to be a part of that. And Oprah has also showed an interest now, so maybe we could team up with her."
Other public figures that have been banned from Hof's brothels include NFL quarterback Michael Vick and Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson.