I'm not quite sure how this works, but a Russian stripper — the one who helped dress up Oscar de la Hoya in women's underwear, then took photos of him, then sold those photos TO newspapers — is now suing de la Hoya. For, um… yeah I don't understand the court system at all.
[Milana] 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…
Dravnel's attorney said she is "one of the most beautiful women in modeling, she's well worth her weight in gold. But now she's out of work, she's like kryptonite, everyone thinks she's a fraud and a basic fabricator. So we want a public apology from De La Hoya, and monetary damages." The lawsuit said Dravnel has "suffered from increased, severe levels of stress, anxiety and depression" and "has been unable to work since the incident."
Man, it's terrible when a girl who got work photographing famous dudes in women's underwear can't get work photographing famous dudes in women's underwear because she sold photographs of famous dudes in women's underwear. I hope she takes him for everything he's got, what with the way he betrayed her trust and smeared her good public image.