Just months after David Beckham was forced to deny 'ridiculous' affair allegations suggesting a tryst with $10,000-a-night prostitute Irma Nici, the star has been hit by new claims, alleging an affair with a US-based lingerie saleswoman. The latest claims - made by the the same US magazine, In Touch - are thought to have come out in court, as Becks takes legal action against the magazine and its publishers.
Earlier this year, the famous footballer issued a writ against the German company, reportedly claiming £16 million in damages for printing the ‘completely untrue' story, Marie Claire says.
The new slurs against the star were branded ‘completely without evidence' last night, with a source close to the player saying he was unconcerned by the allegations.
‘This is a smokescreen and it is not going to hold up in court,' the source said.
‘He is not backing down - he plans to go full throttle in this matter.'
The source added: ‘This posturing, with no evidence and no facts, isn't going to stall the inevitable.', according to Daily Mail.
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