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Becks files appeal to reinstate $25m lawsuit against prostitute Irma Nici

London, Fri, 20 Jan 2012 ANI
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London, Jan 20 (ANI): David Beckham has re-appealed his court case against prostitute Irma Nici, who claimed the footballer paid her 10,000 dollars for sex.

 

His lawyers have filed an appeal to get his 25m-dollar lawsuit against Nici reinstated by a court claiming there was no proof of her allegations.

 

Nici, 26, had told a US magazine that Beckham paid her for sex romps in New York and London.

 

But a Los Angeles judge dismissed the case in 2010 after he ruled the magazine article wasn't libellous and was in the public interest.

 

The judge also said the magazine had published the article in good faith believing the false story of Nici.

 

Beckham, who has signed a new two year deal with LA Galaxy, denied ever meeting Bosnian born Nici.

 

He was able to prove he was not in the same city as Nici when she claimed they had sex.

 

Nici had claimed she had sex with Beckham at Claridges Hotel in London but the 35-year-old star was able to show he was never at the hotel but at a hospital visiting his sick father who had suffered a heart attack.

 

Beckham's lawyers have now filed an appeal with the Appeals Court in Los Angeles against the previous court judgment and want the case reinstated, according to documents obtained by RadarOnline.

 

As part of their case they say InTouch magazine, part of the German owned Bauer Group, failed to produce critical documents to back up Nici's claims she slept with Beckham.

 

"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," the Daily Mail quoted the lawsuit as stating.

 

When Nici claimed she had slept with the former England star Beckham and his wife Victoria dismissed the allegations as 'completely untrue and totally ridiculous'.

 

He immediately began legal action in Los Angeles Superior Court against In Touch for unspecified damages for libel, slander and emotional distress. (ANI)

 

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