Hotels were created so people had a place to do all the weird stuff they couldn't do at home: world leaders can canoodle, impromptu "best-ass contests" can be held, and of course, celebrities can have "booze-and-blow" binges. And to that end, a new lawsuit contends that boxing legend and noted women's neglige aficionado Oscar De La Hoya threw just such a booze-and-blow fueled sex party at The Ritz-Carlton on Central Park South, complete with cross-dressing, veiled threats, and unnamable sexual positions. “It was beyond kinky. Things that I don’t even know how to explain were done with him,” model Angelica Marie Cecora told the Post.

Cecora claims in the lawsuit that she was contacted by him through her modeling web site last March 15—using the name "Thomas Crown," he had just returned from a goodwill visit with the troops in Iraq, and wanted help to "relax." After a fancy dinner filled with alcohol, the two went back to his hotel room to drink some more, and things started to get odd:

He started to put my stuff on, my underwear. I had a skirt with me. He put that on. He was the exact same size as me. He fit into the tiniest pair of underwear that I had been wearing. He was dancing, playing around with my [clothes], playing a woman, very feminine.

The two had sex, which is when De La Hoya started getting pushy: "He wasn’t taking no for an answer, as if I could leave." Then he allegedly ordered drugs to be delivered to the room, and started emulating his hero, Charlie Sheen, shouting the actor’s favorite word, “Winning!” Feeling overwhelmed, Cecora said she then decided to bring in some back up by calling her "sexy Russian roommate" to come over with more sex toys.

He continued to snort coke and drink as the three partied: “He was naked the whole time, wearing our underwear, nothing more. He had both of ours on at the same time.” He also asked Cecora do perform what the Post refers to as "an extreme sex act" which Cecora said haunted her: “I explained to him I have never done that before. He was in these positions that [still] keep flashing into my head.”

He allegedly ended up leaving the two ladies with a bill for nearly $1,500. The lawsuit alleges De La Hoya inflicted emotional distress, false imprisonment, assault and battery, although Cecora never reported the incident to cops. This new lawsuit comes only months after De La Hoya finally admitted the original pictures of him wearing sassy lingerie were real—at the same time, he settled with a woman over the pics for $20 million, a hefty price for fishnets.