Rebecca Loos slams David Beckham for resurfacing ‘affair’
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Rebecca Loos has slammed David Beckham after his Netflix documentary brought the pair's alleged 2003 affair back into the spotlight.
The eight-part Netflix docu-series Beckham first hit our screens a few weeks back (4 October) and sees David and Victoria open up about a whole array of hardships they've faced in their relationship - including the footy star's alleged 'affair' with former glamour model Rebecca Loos.
The Netflix doc resurfaced the absolute media frenzy that rocked the world back in 2003 when Rebecca and David were pictured inside a nightclub together sparking speculation of infidelity.
In the series, Posh and Becks said that the media attention at the time was the 'hardest period' for both of them.
"I can’t even begin to tell you how hard it was and how it affected me," the mum-of-four says.
She continued: "It was a nightmare.
"It was an absolute circus - and everyone loves it when the circus comes to town right? Unless you’re in it."
Now, while Rebecca doesn’t appear in the documentary herself, she has now sat down for her first TV interview since the doc dropped and claimed David never actually outright denied the fling.
The 46-year-old told the presenters: "I had left it all behind me, I'd much rather not be here and talk about this again. I had moved on with my life.
"But the angle bothered me, how he had played the narrative and how mis-leading it is - and how it made me look the bad person."
She continued: "Of course I am also guilty, it's not all him, but it was both of us. He's not denied it, he's never denied it.
"He said that my claims are 'ludicrous' – ludicrous is not denying it, ludicrous can be the truth. Ludicrous is a term used by lawyers to give to their clients to deflect attention. He's never denied it."
Richard then asked Rebecca how Victoria came across in the doc to which she replied: "Victoria was honest, she said there was a gap in their marriage. The documentary was very rehearsed, but she came across well."
She went on: "By David not acknowledging responsibility, he is giving a message that it is OK to behave like this.
"I think that is the wrong message to give - my message is that you make mistakes, own up to them and move on.
"He says he is happily married, but there are many men who are happily married and have affairs."
Beckham is available to stream on Netflix now.