January 19, 2012 05:35am
David Beckham Sues Prostitute
by: Company Press Release
Los Angeles Galaxy hunk David Beckham has filed an appeal in his $25 million dollar lawsuit against a magazine publisher and a Bosnian hooker that was tossed out last year, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Beckham's lawsuit was dismissed in a California federal court after the judge determined that in Touch Weekly's article titled "David's Dangerous Betrayal," published on October 4, 2010, was in the public interest, and wasn't libelous. Prostitute Irma Nici, 26, had alleged in the magazine that she had a series of sex romps with the soccer stud for $10,000 cash in London and New York in 2007.
Beckham's lawyers have filed a lengthy appeal asking that the lawsuit against Bauer Publishing, which owns in Touch Weekly, and Nici, be re-instated because: "Bauer did not produce critical documents or evidence related to its internet 'research' concerning Beckham. Notably, it never produced documents by which it claimed confirmed Beckham's whereabouts during the time periods in question."
For the full story, go to RadarOnline.com.