The footballing star has blasted claims of a fling with a $10,000 prostitute as 'completely untrue'
David Beckham has branded fresh affair allegations ‘ridiculous’, after claims he had a fling with a $10,000-a-night prostitute surfaced in a US magazine.
Weekly title In Touch alleges the footballing star and self confessed family man slept with high-class call girl Irma Nici five times back in 2007, and paid her a whopping $10,000 for her services.
Nici also says Becks was a ‘very gentle and kind’ lover in the exclusive interview, adding that the affair was ‘very exciting’.
‘It was a high. All of these women dream of being with him, and I got to hook up with him. It was very exciting,’ she reportedly said.
But Beckham’s camp has been quick to rubbish claims, slamming the quotes as ‘lies’ and ‘completely untrue’.
‘Sadly we live in a world where a magazine can print lies and believe they can get away with it,’ a rep for the family said in a statement, adding the allegations are ‘completely untrue and totally ridiculous, as the magazine was clearly told before publication.’
The spokesperson has also confirmed David and Victoria will be taking legal action against the magazine.
And friends of the couple – whose marriage was rocked by scandal in 2004, following claims of Becks’ affair with Rebecca Loos – say they plan to ‘fight’ the allegations.
‘They’re fed up with people trying to tear them apart,’ one told US Weekly. ‘Their love is strong.’
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