Oscar De La Hoya is being sued by a woman for sexual assault and battery after she claims he held her down and abused her while inside of the boxer’s Los Angeles home.
The lawsuit, filed by Jane Doe to protect her identity, claims after striking up a friendship with him she was invited to Oscar’s home in 2017 for a tour of the new home he had purchased.
Upon entering the kitchen of the home, with De La Hoya’s consent, she began recording various rooms in the home.
In the kitchen, she claims, she “saw and recorded various bottles of alcohol and a bag of what appeared to be cocaine.”
In the lawsuit, she says De La Hoya became ‘increasing intoxicated’ and then led her to the bedroom where she believed they would engage in “consensual sex.”
But, she claims, “De La Hoya discussed various things, including strap-ons, transgender porn, anal sex, and videotaping or photographing sexual encounters.” She says she “rebuffed De La Hoya’s requests and asked that he turn off the transgender porn.”
The alleged victims says, “Frustrated with (her) De La Hoya asked if (she) would accompany him to the shower and anally pleasure De La Hoya. (She) refused. So, she claims, “De La Hoya entered his shower and began pleasuring himself with the use of a hairbrush handle while (she) continued to photograph at his request. She says she continued to refuse his requests.
In shocking graphic detail, the alleged victim claims in the lawsuit, “De La Hoya grew angry and frustrated at (her) for refusing his requests and ultimately held her down with one arm while forcefully trying to insert his fist into (her) vagina. (She) repeatedly said no and demanded that De La Hoya stop. However, De La Hoya overpowered her and suddenly and forcefully pushed his hand and fist into (her) vagina.”
In the documents, she says she “screamed in pain and eventually squirmed her pelvis way from De La Hoya.”
She continues, “Shocked, scared and in extreme pain, (she) screamed at De La Hoya for his conduct. Despite her visible distress, pain, and anger, De La Hoya laughed and responded by urging (her) to take a shot of alcohol.”
In the end, she claims she “collected herself and left De La Hoya’s residence in extreme shock and pain.”
According to the suit, the alleged victim went to urgent care for extreme swelling and pain and was prescribed medication.
She is also suing the boxer for emotional distress, claiming she “continues to suffer constant and daily symptoms of depression, anxiety, and related symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder.”
She concludes, “The acts of De La Hoya…were extreme, outrageous, and beyond all bounds of decency tolerated in a civilized society.”
The alleged victim, Jane Doe, is suing for sexual assault, sexual battery, gender violence, negligence, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.