David Beckham tried to keep his cool when he was taunted by a LA Galaxy Fan over the latest Sex Scandal with prostitute Irma Nici. But instead of walking down the players tunnel, rage took control of his emotions. A furious Beckham turned around to confront the fan. See video and photos.
Following the 2-0 loss to New York Red Bulls, a LA Galaxy Fan kept yelling “Stop with the prostitutes,” stewing from the latest claims by prostitute Irma Nici. This was too much, a furious shirtless Beckham turned back around and confronted the LA Galaxy Fan who quickly chickened out.
You can hear the fan saying: “Oh, he’s coming after me.” Seconds later Beckham is in his face: “Do you want to say it again? Do you want to say it again?” The trouble maker replied: “I didn’t say anything“. Beckham falls even more in a rage when he noticed the Galaxy Shirt. He couldn’t believe that he was being taunted by one of his team supporters: “You got a Galaxy shirt on! You got a Galaxy shirt on!” Beckham turns to walk away. But still furious, he turns back and says: “Say it to my face.”
The man who filmed the incident said it was a big shock for him to see the normally calm Beckham behave so violently. The fan added that Beckham, who was also said to have had an affair with his former Nanny Rebecca Loos, looked frustrated throughout the football game.
David Beckham’s lawyers were waiting to serve prostitute Irma Nici last night, with a massive $25 MILLION libel writ. The lawsuit accuses Irma of damaging Becks’ reputation and causing him “mental anguish” with the sex scandal. Beckham has furiously denied Nici’s claims ever since her story appeared in a recent edition of InTouch magazine, she claimed she had sex with Becks five times, and spent her entire week to get money, allegedly around £200,000 from media organizations for her story. Beckham is also suing Intouch for printing the story.
The writ states: “The case arises from defendants’ publication of lies to make money for themselves and to embarrass and inflict emotional distress upon Beckham, a world-famous athlete. Defendants published these statements with actual malice and with intent to profit by causing harm to Beckham.”