Former world champion boxer Oscar De La Hoya has made an admission to the FBI surrounding an alleged extortion case.
He reportedly admitted to the FBI that he consumed cocaine and alcohol before engaging in sexual activities with two women who allegedly attempted to extort millions of dollars from him.
The Blast website is reporting that De La Hoya told FBI investigators on February 9 he met with a woman at his apartment in Pasadena after arranging a date through the dating website.
The former star athlete reportedly used the website seekingarrangement.com.
De La Hoya confided that after an hour another woman showed up before the group "consumed alcohol and cocaine" together.
He then disrobed and asked the two girls to "perform various acts upon him."
The boxer, turned promoter claimed he paid them both $2,000 but they demanded more money and took an expensive leather bag as "collateral" before they left his home.
A few weeks later he received a text claiming he was captured on video in a 2 hour long sex video and he should pay the women $1 million each.
The FBI then launched an undercover operation and began communicating with the woman, who used the alias "Kathryn."
De La Hoya's ex wife Shanna Moakler told the FBI she was sent 7 photos of De La Hoya appearing "in the nude and engaging in sexual acts with various foreign objects."
Their 19-year-old daughter Atiana was also sent a message on social media that the people involved needed to get in touch with De La Hoya, and that he had been filmed "intoxicated" and doing "weird stuff."
Investigators claim they communicated with Kathryn and negotiated a price for the video that reached a value of $600,000 before tracing her to a Fairfield Inn in Ft. Lauderdale and raiding the woman's room.
Kathryn was arrested on April 14, and transferred into the custody of the U.S. Marshals. The next day she was charged with 5 counts of extortion and has been transferred to California.
The documents state she admitted to being involved, but said she only agreed to help negotiate a payment for the other two women.
De La Hoya has admitted to drug and alcohol abuse in the past, and has received treatment for addiction multiple times.
He was charged with a DUI in 2017.
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