David Beckham wants a full In Touch Weekly hooker story retraction

Just yesterday, we reported that In Touch Weekly is claiming that David Beckham paid a prostitute $10,000 for a one-night stand. After saying that they were going to fight this, Becks is now demanding a full-page retraction from the magazine.

The Guardian reports:

David Beckham is to demand a front-page retraction from US celebrity gossip magazine In Touch over allegations that he slept with a prostitute.

Beckham is understood to be planning legal action against the Bauer Media-owned title for defamation and slander. His lawyers will demand that the magazine does not repeat the allegations and prints a retraction on its front page.

He told them that he planned to sue if they published the story and they did anyways. Even though there’s no real way to prove that he didn’t cheat, can you blame him? It’s called damage control, people.

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