David Beckham addressed the speculation surrounding his alleged involvement with former personal assistant Rebecca Loos in his recently unveiled documentary on Netflix. Additionally, his spouse and renowned fashion designer Victoria Beckham shared her thoughts on the matter, expressing that they felt a sense of opposition from the world.
Despite their denial of the accusations, recent revelations have emerged online, adding to the ongoing controversy. Rebecca asserted that she had engaged in a romantic relationship with David in 2003 during his time playing in Madrid, while she was employed by him in Spain.
Speculations Circulating Regarding The Subject
At that time, David had been married to Victoria Beckham for four years and vehemently refuted the allegations of an affair when questioned by the press. However, the persistent rumours surrounding the matter caused significant strain in their marriage, resulting in a challenging period for David in his personal life.
The recent Netflix Documentary featured David Beckham and Victoria Beckham addressing the affair allegations and standing together. However, Rebecca Loos has now made a shocking revelation about the former footballer's involvement with a Spanish model, which contradicts their statements.
She Conveyed Her Anguish
During a conversation, Rebecca Loos disclosed that she had accompanied David Beckham to Brazilian player Ronaldo Nazário's birthday party in September 2003. Victoria Beckham had called her during the event, expressing her distress over David's unresponsiveness to her calls.
Rebecca expressed, The situation was quite uncomfortable. Upon entering the house, I ascended the stairs and noticed two bodyguards of David stationed outside a door. From the background, I could see a model lying on the bed, indicating that it was a bedroom. I was extremely angry and handed him the phone while saying, 'Your wife.'
She Conveyed Her Dissatisfaction
It was a terrible feeling, and I berated myself for being foolish enough to fall for his manipulations. Loos further criticized David for his remarks in the Netflix documentary, expressing her disapproval by stating, He is free to voice his opinions, and I acknowledge his need to maintain a certain public image.
However, he is presenting himself as the victim while simultaneously casting doubt on my credibility, insinuating that I fabricated these accounts. In doing so, he indirectly implies that I am responsible for Victoria's suffering.