Rebecca Loos says David Beckham “twisted a narrative” to make her look like a “bad person”.

The Netflix series has drawn renewed attention to her claims that she had an affair with the soccer superstar

The four-part series has drawn renewed attention to her claims that she had an affair with the soccer superstar when he played for Real Madrid and that she was his personal assistant.

Loos, 46, who now works as a yoga teacher in Norway, made headlines when she claimed in a kiss-and-tell interview that Beckham had cheated on his wife Victoria with her.

This period is revisited in the Netflix series Beckham, in which the ex-footballer talks about how difficult it was for him to go to work at the time and Victoria reveals that it was “the most difficult time for us, because we felt like the world was against us and… we were against each other.”

Addressing the claims, Loos said she was “very surprised” by the couple’s “choice of words” in the docuseries.

The 47-year-old said on Good Morning Britain today: “I would rather not have to talk about it again. I put that behind me and moved forward with my life.

“But when this documentary came, I tried really hard to just let go and move on with my life, but it really bothered me about the angle they were using and how it played the narrative, how misleading it is and how it makes me look like that bad person.

“Of course I’m guilty too, but it takes two to tango and I’ve never denied it. He said the claims were ridiculous – but ridiculous doesn’t mean denying them.”

Asked if she regretted speaking publicly about her claims, Loos said: “I wish I had done it differently. At the time the advice was given to me, this was the right path. All the power was with the media.” ..nowadays all the power is with the lawyers and everyone is going legal, which is a much safer route.

“I wish I had chosen this path, but I can’t go back in time.”

Loos admitted that she had not been warned in advance about the mention of the alleged affair in the docuseries, but was not upset as she “didn’t warn them when I went public” when she broke her story to the News of in 2004 the World published.

Loos said she has been the subject of a barrage of abuse since the documentary aired.

She added: “I woke up to all these terrible messages on Instagram with terrible abuse and terrible trolling.

“I had heard of trolling before, but had never experienced it because we didn’t have social media 20 years ago.”

When asked if she wanted to say anything to Beckham, Loos said: “I don’t actually want to say anything to them.

“But what I’m saying is that I think by not acknowledging responsibility he’s sending the message that it’s OK to behave like that and I think that’s sending the wrong message.

“My message is that you make mistakes, face them, apologize and move on, and that’s what I teach my children.”

Loos is now the mother of two sons, aged 14 and 11, and of her reaction she said: “I told them about the documentary, what was said and how mum felt about it.

“I said I think it’s very unfair because of the way I’m being treated now, because of the bullying and trolling, and I want to say something and I’m going to do an interview there. Could there be some media and how do you feel about that?

“And so my youngest son said, ‘Good for you, Mom.’ Yes, I would say something too.’

“My eldest son said, ‘Well, I don’t actually know anything about Beckham. It’s not like it’s Messi.”


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