Children of this Relationship
|Devon Quinten||11/30/1998||18 yrs.||Male||Biological|
Relationship Information, Quotes, and Trivia
Where and/or how did Oscar De La Hoya and Angelicque McQueen meet?
They met in Anaheim, California.
Why did Oscar De La Hoya and Angelicque McQueen break up?
Oscar found out Angelicque was married.
Other Relationship Information about Oscar De La Hoya and Angelicque McQueen:
Audie Desbrow tried to take custody of the child which dna proved to be Oscar's. Oscar provided no help with the child prompting Angelicque to go on vacation without telling anyone of her whereabouts. She and their son were reported missing on July 3, 2003.
Classic Quotes by Oscar De La Hoya and Angelicque McQueen about their relationship:
"Wow look at all those wet spots all over the bed... Is that me or you?" Oscar De La Hoya 02/11/1998
"I met Oscar in 1998. I was actually working at a club called Fritz 2 in Anaheim, a Gentleman's Club. The reason I was there was because my husband was touring a lot. He was a drummer for Great White. I didn't feel like I was married. He had a lot of girlfriends and so I got bored. I started going to the club, hanging out, dancing and Oscar was coming into the club. I didn't know who he was. I do remember several times him asking me if I wanted to do karaoke. I had talked with him on several, several occassions and then, one night, my husband and I had a really bad falling out. I went in to work and Oscar was there and I said 'You want to go karaoke?' He goes, 'Yeah!' So we went karaoke and I found out so much about this man. I just thought he was the most incredible person." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"I was already used to the autographs and stuff because that's what my husband dealt with. I just felt that he was very humble. What I did find interesting was the fact that he had so much pain still from losing his mother. To me, that meant he was a sensitive guy and I thought that was a good thing. Wow. There was still that issue I was married and I have to, for the record, say that I did not tell Oscar that I was married. And when things kind of got more serious, someone else decided to do that for me, so I was not allowed to have that conversation with Oscar." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"People got involved when I found out I was pregnant. Oscar was like, 'It's gonna be okay. You're gonna be fine.' I remember we were kickboxing; we would like to spar and play around, and he was like, 'Oh my gosh, he's gonna be killer.' So we had these conversations that most people have. What I didn't know was that Richard Shaefer or the attorney, someone had informed my husband that the phones were tapped. There were several conversations that Oscar and I had that were tape recorded. I'm thinking that it must have been told to Oscar that I was setting him up; that I was out to scam him or I was a scam artist. That's not the case. Absolutely not. I got divorced after that." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"Oscar got my OB/GYN; he was the same doctor that delivered Magic Johnson's children. Great doctor. [Oscar] made sure of that, but I just couldn't talk to him. Everybody else kind of took over; the attorneys, etc. So I was told by Richard Shaefer, 'Well, once you get divorced, you know, it's not going to hurt Oscar's image. It's going to hurt his image if you're married, but once you get divorced, Oscar will come around and he'll want to see his son.' I just didn't ever want Oscar to feel that I was out to hurt his image. The thing is, I didn't really see the big deal, the problem, until I was sitting on the bed and I'm breast-feeding my son and I'm looking at the tv and there's Oscar and this other woman coming out of the hospital with a baby girl. I'm like, 'Who's that?' And I found out that was Shanna [Moakler]." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"Three months apart. Three months apart. You know, the thing is it was a three-month relationship and it was almost as if one person was taken out of the picture and one person was placed right in front of him like, 'She kind of looks like her. Here, you can have her instead.' I know that kind of sounds...and then Shanna turns around and marries a drummer and I'm like, 'Oh my god, this is crazy.'" Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"He knew what was going on. Actually, I remember talking to him and he was on the golf course. We were discussing how we were going to handle this and we both agreed for the sake of everyone that it would be best not to cause a fracas...I was pregnant and Oscar wanted to talk more about the situation, but he couldn't get five minutes alone and felt very pressured to play some golf game with his supposed friend's uncle. Well, that uncle actually turned out to be Richard Shaefer. It was the beginning of Richard's place. Whenever you read about how Oscar went to Richard, that is not how it went down. Maybe Oscar did start asking about how to secure his finances since he did have one new baby, Jacob, and two pregnant women at the same time, but he did not set up that meeting. Richard wanted to meet Oscar and then Richard did what he does best - sold himself straight to the top. He owns that place. Make no mistake, Richard makes all the rules. Everyone answers to Richard, including Oscar." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"So then I started trying to get ahold of Richard because I thought that was the only way I was going to get to Oscar. I wanted my son to get to know his father. I could have easily sold the stupid story. I could have easily made money. It's not about the money. It just seems like everyone wants to make it about the money, but for me, it's what happened to the man I met? What happened to the man I once knew? What happened to him? Where is he? I'm very close with the de la Hoya family. His uncle Vincent, his aunt Isabella, his cousins Monica and Ginny, they adore Devon. Even Oscar's own father; Devon's been over to his grandpa's house and they're not getting it. They're trying to figure out what's going on." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"This is the mistake I made, and I did a video about this [DNA test] on Youtube, but I kept it out of the court system, which actually was the very wrong thing to do. I thought I was doing the right thing because, like I said, my whole goal was to prevent my son from being raised without a father. It wasn't about the money. I don't care if he lives in a cardboard box. People may not believe that, but I come from a very strong family-oriented background and fathers...you cannot replace a father. You can't put a pricetag on it. There's no money that he can give that will give Devon what he needs. You can never replace a father. I just remember wanting to get along with these people the best way I knew how for the long-term benefit of my son and his relationship with his dad. That was the wrong thing to do. I should have went to court. I should have had the judge order the DNA [test]. It should have been done the way it's supposed to be done, the way in which everyone has a right to do. Don't ever do anything under the table. Don't ever do anything private because you'll end up screwing yourself in the long run." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009
"It just feels like if I would've went on tv screaming and crying and making a big deal about it, I would've gotten further with my son. I don't know what's going on. I don't even know if Oscar knows what's going on. I'm thinking - and this may be far-fetched - but I'm thinking that Oscar really didn't understand that I got divorced and may have thought that I was raising his child as my husband's child." Angelicque McQueen 8/11/2009