David Beckham 'Ranted At Fan' Over Prostitute Claims
As hooker Irma Nici tells Becks to 'drop his pants' to prove his innocence...
Last week, InTouch Weekly alleged that Becks had an affair with $10k-a-night hooker Irma Nici back in 2007, prompting the sporting superstar to launch a £16 million legal battle against both the publication and Nici herself.
Despite the rumours, David played for L.A Galaxy hours after he filed the lawsuit against Irma on Friday, but a Galaxy supporter caught Becks off guard as he made his way to the player's changing room, taunting Beckham about his alleged infidelity.
The fan shouted at the ex-England captain: "Stop with the prostitutes", which led Becks to confront the supporter, demanding he repeated what he was saying about his private life.
According to the News of the World, Becks is seen in a video approaching the fan and saying: "Do you want to say it again? Do you want to say it again?"
The newspaper reported that David looked 'disgusted' when he noticed the supporter was wearing a Galaxy shirt, adding: "You got a Galaxy shirt on! You got a Galaxy shirt on!"
Goldenballs then stormed off, before turning round again to snap at the fan again shouting: "Say it to my face".
Meanwhile, Nici has claimed that she can prove her alleged affair with Becks is true, after insisting she knows intimate 'distinguishing characteristics' about David, urging him to 'drop his pants in court.'
A representative from her management told The Sun: "Irma stands by her previous statements. Any lawsuit against her is a publicity stunt and without merit. Any attorney who brings an action against her should be prepared to face sanctions and pay all legal costs because they will lose.
"There is more to the story that Irma hasn't told yet. We are highly confident that Irma can provide enough detail and other forms of proof to persuade a jury that her tryst with David Beckham did indeed take place."
They added: "Mr Beckham had better be prepared to drop his pants in court if he wants to pursue this matter as he has distinguishing characteristics which will prove without a doubt that Irma is telling the truth. Mr Beckham's baseless lawsuit is understandable. After all, he has to tell Posh something."
A source for Team Beckham has since claimed: "This should be seen for what it is - the ravings of a desperate woman. She is a malicious fantasist without a single shred of evidence to support her pack of lies."
"The writs stand against her, the magazine and its publishers. The statement is further proof that she has absolutely no evidence. If she had, she would have disclosed it by now to one of the many publications she has been trying to hawk her story to. It is not surprising that she's had no takers."
The source added: "Attention is now being focused on the magazine publishers as to why they maliciously went ahead with this article, knowing it was based on lies."