A judge has order David Beckham to pay In Touch Magazine’s court fees after he sued the magazine for $25 million over false accusations. The suit was dismissed by the judge over failure of evidence that the editors of In Touch published the story “with malice” intent after In Touch printed that Becks cheated on wife Victoria beckham with Bosian prostitute, Irma Nici.
Beckham refutes the dates and times Nici claimed she was with the soccer star. In the legal documents obtained by News of the World, Beckhman said: “As is my custom when I arrive at a hotel on a road trip before a match, a massage therapist came to my hotel room within a few hours after I checked to in to give me a massage… I recall that the therapist did not leave my hotel room until the very early morning. My security team was with me before, during and after the massage. After the therapist left I went to sleep. I have reviewed the daily logs prepared by my security detail which confirm my recollections.”
Becks has already filed an appeal but still must pay the $300,000 in legal fees for In Touch. Him and his wife Victoria are expecting their fourth child and first daughter this summer.