A sexual assault lawsuit against Oscar De La Hoya has been thrown out in New York. (Photo by Scott Heavey/Getty Images)
A judge in New York has ruled the sexual assault lawsuit against Oscar De La Hoya to be frivolous, and ordered Angelica Marie Cecora to pay a $500 fine for filing it, according to the New York Daily News.
You likely remember this first coming up in November. Here's a brief from then:
"It was beyond kinky," New York model Angelica Marie Cecora, 25, told The Post in an exclusive interview. "Things that I don’t even know how to explain were done with him."
... "He started to put my stuff on, my underwear. I had a skirt with me. He put that on," she said. ... "We had intercourse . . . He wasn’t taking no for an answer, as if I could leave.
"He ordered drugs to be delivered to the room. I tried to hide them from him to keep him under control, but he just wanted more and more."
Now, De La Hoya's lawyers and the fighter himself are quite satisfied, offering this quote today:
"The case was a disgrace and the judge saw that it was a disgrace," said Judd Burstein. "[Cecora] thought it was her moment in the sun. It turned out to be a very cloudy day."
Here's how the judge put it:
"She never claims that he threatened her with force," the judge said of Cecora. "Her claim that she was ‘afraid to leave the hotel room because she feared that the defendant would attempt to have sex with her again against her will’ is belied by her voluntary conduct from evening through the following morning."