The stripper in those hilarious photos of Oscar De La Hoya wearing ladies’ delicates in a Philadelphia hotel room sold them to the X-17 website for $70,000 back in May. Now she’s suing the boxer for $100 million, claiming fraud, defamation of character, and emotional distress. Even though De La Hoya and his buddy Mario Lopez had a good chuckle over the shots, shouldn’t the suing be the other way around, with the boxer taking the stripper to court?
Milana Dravnel, a 22-year-old model, claims in her 13-page lawsuit that De La Hoya’s attorney, Stephen Espinoza, made false representations in persuading her to recant the legitimacy of photographs that showed De La Hoya embracing Dravnel, and also wearing women’s undergarments. Dravnel agreed to recant previous statements about the photos and her relationship with De La Hoya, and to not sell any other photographs. […] Dravnel’s “image has been tarnished, and [she] was portrayed as a liar to the press,” Dravnel’s attorney, Salvatore Strazzullo, wrote in the lawsuit, filed in New York County.