By Miguel Rivera

Former multi-division world champion Jorge 'Travieso' Arce found himself in some hot water this past weekend.

The Mexican veteran spent a few days in an Orange County jail in California.

According to reports in Mexico, a female employee at the Embassy Suites in Anaheim accused Arce of trying to solicit sex from her.

The retired boxer has since been released on a $25,000 bail. He has a hearing scheduled for the charges on March 28.

Francisco 'Panchito "Arce, the brother of' Jorge, says his brother is not speaking to the press - per the the advice of his legal team - as his comments can affect the case.

Panchito says his brother will fight the changes and do everything possible to wash this away from his image.

"Jorge is calm. He knows that things will be fine, and has lawyers on the case. He is obviously sad about the situation that is happening, this woman who accuses him can say many things, but now his lawyers told him to be calm, to continue his life and they will to pursue the case," Panchito told ESPN Deportes.

"The lawyers are already working, they asked my brother not to talk because it can affect the case. Obviously what interests us the most is cleaning up his image. We want the changes to get dropped. Unfortunately this is the price of fame. If you don't want to take a picture with someone, then they get upset and yell  obscenities. He's not going to talk about this situation and we are confident that everything will end well."

Arce (64-8-2, 49KOs) retired after getting knocked out in his challenge of then WBC featherweight champion Jhonny Gonzalez in October of 2014.