Becks hired private detectives to track down the alleged prostitute, and served her with legal papers yesterday
After hiring private detectives to track down Irma Nici, David Beckham has served the high-class prostitute with a £5 million legal writ, following her claims they slept together five times in 2007.
Just last week, US title In Touch alleged David paid Irma a whopping £10,000 for her services, and published an interview with the call girl.
But Beckham’s camp quickly branded the allegations ‘ridiculous’, slamming the quotes as ‘lies’ and completely ‘untrue’.
Now it seems the prostitute’s sordid claims are unravelling, with flaws and inconsistencies reportedly found in her story.
And David’s on the warpath, hiring a formidable team of international lawyers who are determined to settle the matter.
It’s thought Irma has been hiding out in New York, in an attempt to avoid the hefty legal papers being served.
But Becks foiled her plot by hiring a team of private detectives, who tracked her down to a luxury hotel and slapped the girl with a £5 million writ for personal damages.
In a no holds barred approach, David’s also turned his attention to the publishers of In Touch, and is suing Baur in both the UK and Germany for ‘slander and intentional infliction of emotional distress’.
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