Rebecca Loos Accuses David Beckham : Rebecca Loos, central figure in a 2004 infidelity scandal with David Beckham, criticizes her portrayal in his Netflix documentary, alleging he paints her as a “liar” and himself as “the victim.” In an interview with the Mail on Sunday, Loos expresses her grievances.
The documentary “Beckham,” featuring David and Victoria Beckham, revisits the 2003 affair allegations that rocked the celebrity world. The series showcases the couple’s challenges in their marriage due to Rebecca’s claims.
In the documentary, David admits, “There were some horrible stories that were difficult to deal with. It was the first time Victoria and I had been under such pressure in our marriage.” Victoria adds, “It was a tough period, feeling like the world was against us.”
Rebecca, now residing in Norway with her husband and children, takes issue with David’s portrayal of their past. She argues that while he can maintain his image, he unfairly depicts her as a fabricator, undermining her credibility. She further criticizes him for implying in the documentary that she caused Victoria’s suffering, emphasizing the need for him to take responsibility for the situation.
Rebecca contends that David’s revisiting of their affair through the documentary negatively affects her reputation, despite many moving on from the past.
In 2004, Rebecca disclosed her 2003 affair with David Beckham while working as his assistant and translator during his time at Real Madrid. Her account garnered widespread media attention and was reported by outlets like the now-defunct News of the World and Sky News.
David vehemently denied the allegations at the time, emphasizing his happy marriage and family.
Following the documentary’s release, Rebecca shared a photo of herself practicing yoga on Instagram. She responded to a supportive comment, taking a humorous approach to the negative feedback.
“Beckham” is currently available for streaming on Netflix.