Rebecca Loos Accuses David Beckham of ‘Spinning a Narrative’ to Make Her Look Like the ‘Bad Person’

Rebecca Loos Accuses David Beckham of ‘Spinning a Narrative’

Rebecca Loos has accused David Beckham of “spinning a narrative” to make her look like the “bad person” after the former footballer spoke about his alleged affair in a bombshell Netflix documentary.

Rebecca Loos Claims David Beckham ‘Needs to Take Responsibility’ Over Their Alleged Relationship

Speaking exclusively to the Mail on Sunday, Loos claimed that Beckham needed to “take responsibility” over their alleged relationship. She said that he was trying to “portray himself as the victim” and make her look like a liar.

Rebecca Loos Reveals David Beckham Tried to Hold Her Hand and Visit Bars Together

Loos claimed that Beckham developed a “soft spot” for her when she was working as his client service manager in Spain.

She said that he tried to hold her hand as they drove through Madrid and that they visited bars together.

Rebecca Loos Regrets Revealing Affair With David Beckham Through the Newspapers

Loos said that she regretted revealing the story of her alleged affair with Beckham through the newspapers.

She said that she was advised at the time that this was the best way to do it, but she wishes she had done it differently.

Rebecca Loos Says She Was Subject to Horrific Online Trolling After Beckham Documentary Aired

Loos said that she was subject to a horrific campaign of online trolling after the Beckham documentary aired on Netflix.

She said that she woke up to a number of hateful messages on social media and that she felt like she was being “made to look like a liar”.

Conclusion

Rebecca Loos has made a number of allegations against David Beckham, including that he tried to hold her hand and visit bars together while she was working as his client service manager.

She has also accused him of “spinning a narrative” to make her look like the “bad person” in the Netflix documentary about his life. Beckham has always denied the allegations.

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