Rebecca Loos accuses David Beckham of playing the victim David Beckham had many strange moments in his career and interesting moments off the field. His marriage with Victoria Beckham was often close to the end, given that Beckham loved women, and they loved him.
At that time, David was one of the most beautiful football players who captured the attention of all women. It seems that it was not easy for him to resist the pressure and invitations of other women. Rebecca Loos, David Beckham's former personal assistant and alleged extramarital affair partner, has criticized Beckham's portrayal of himself as a victim in the Netflix documentary 'Beckham.'
In a recent interview, Loos expressed her frustration, stating that Beckham should take more responsibility instead of playing the victim. In 2004, Loos claimed to have had an affair with Beckham while he was married to Victoria Beckham, causing significant turmoil in their marriage.
In the documentary, Beckham discussed the impact of the affair on his marriage, emphasizing their commitment to each other and their family.
David Beckham: Honestly, I don't know how we survived
Rebecca Loos, now a medical assistant in Norway, felt compelled to speak out to defend herself and set the record straight, especially for the sake of her children.
She acknowledged her mistakes and the lessons learned from the experience. David denied any claims of infidelity and moved on with his life, but behind closed doors, he and his marriage suffered greatly due to gossip about the affair.
"Honestly, I don't know how we survived," -David Beckham said in the documentary "Beckham" while his wife, 49-year-old Victoria, sat next to him. Victoria confessed that she had problems accepting such a fact, but she decided to save the marriage and continue her life with David.
David and Victoria Beckham are married for 24 years and have four children together: Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper.