Yes. You are being retaliated against for complaining about a sexually hostile work environment. Your reference to the "DFEA" is actually the DFEH (California Department of Fair Employment and Housing). Now, you have a viable claim with the same agency. And, if you are retaliated against by being fired, then your claim becomes one for lost wages, as well as emotional damages.
At your option, you can hire an employment rights lawyer, and the lawyer will obtain a "right to sue" letter from DFEH, and then file a private lawsuit, after making a demand for damages from the employer.
None of this is likely to make you a valued employee of some other hospitality organization. But, it does appear that you have a pretty good case, based upon the facts you present.
For an employment rights attorney referral, see this link.
To file a complaint with DFEH, see this link.
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