Stripper To Sue Oscar de la Hoya For Defamation Over Cross-Dressing Photos

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

The stunning Siberian-born stripper who sold widely circulated pictures of boxer Oscar de la Hoya strutting his stuff in drag will file a $100 million lawsuit today against the "Golden Boy" charging him with unleashing a smear campaign against her to stop the photos from emerging, The Post has learned.

Smoking-hot Milana Dravnel, 22, will file the papers this morning in Manhattan state Supreme Court against de la Hoya and two unnamed defendants for alleged fraud, defamation, interference with contract, infliction of emotional distress and undue influence, her lawyer said.

"[They] did everything [they] could to thwart her being able to sell this, saying they weren't real, photo-shopped, and that she didn't know what she was doing . . . that she was just a stripper," said her high-powered attorney Salvatore Strazullo. He says people in de la Hoya's camp contacted his client and threatened her to keep silent and keep the damaging photographs to herself.

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