The David Beckham-Irma Nici saga is not finished yet…
Bosnian-born hooker Irma Nici told a U.S. magazine that Beckham paid her $10,000 for her service.
The footballer then sued Nici and In Touch magazine – owned by Bauer Media Group – for libel, and demanded over $25m.
Although Beckham was able to prove that the hooker’s statement was not justifiable, a judge rejected the case in 2010 after he declared that the magazine’s article was not libelous and was published in good faith.
The LA Galaxy player’s legal team are now reopening the case, and according to the Mail Online, their 62-page court filing reads:
“Bauer did not offer any information or evidence that would even suggest that it sought or received any corroborating from Nici, Davis, or the alleged prostitute, which would prove or disprove the veracity of the Article.”