Debrahlee Lorenzana, who was fired as a banker from Citibank in 2010 for being "too sexy," spoke out about the similarities of her case with Lauren Odes, the woman fired from New York lingerie store Native Intimates for being too busty. Lorenzana revealed that she ended up fighting the suit, filed for similar discriminatory reasons, alone after lawyer Gloria Allred dropped her when the cameras stopped flashing. In an exclusive interview with the New York Daily News, 35-year-old Lorenzana dished the details about the aftermath of her 2010 incident after being fired from her job at Citigroup for being "too hot" in light of the Lauren Odes story. Lorenzana, who hired the same lawyer as Odes, said she had to fight the battle on her own after the media stopped following Allred. "If I could turn back time, I would have not chosen Gloria Allred as my lawyer," Lorenzada told the Daily News. "The only times I saw her (Allred) was when the media was there." Lorenzana, known in the media as the "too-sexy banker," was fired from Citigroup in 2010 when her employer said male coworkers couldn't focus on work with her around, reporting that she wore tight skirts and sky-high heels on the job. The case gained an immense amount of media attention, with some claiming Lorenzada was just using the termination as publicity stunt, since Citibank fired her for "poor performance." "Although we can't speak to her previous attention-seeking activities, her current attempts to gain personal publicity are as transparent as her legal claims," Citibank said in a statement in 2010. "We remain confident that when all of the facts and documentation are presented, the claim will be dismissed."