Rebecca Loos came on Good Morning Britain for the first time since her alleged affair with David Beckham was brought up again in his Netflix documentary.
The 46-year-old former personal assistant to the footballer, 48, appeared on the show with Richard Madeley, 67, and Kate Garraway, 56, on Monday morning.
Despite David’s team angrily denying he had connections with her – as Kate made plain during the segment – she maintained by her assertion that she had an affair with the sports star while he was residing in Spain.
Rebecca, who has since married and had two boys, said the celebrity ‘never disputed it’ and chastised him for not owning up to his’mistakes’.
The alleged affair lasted four months and was claimed to have started when David moved from Manchester United to Real Madrid in the early 2000s.
She was asked about the Netflix documentary and how she was coping with her history returning during her appearance on the ITV show over 20 years later.
She explained: ‘I would rather not have had to talk about this again, I have left this behind me and moved very much on with my life.
‘When this documentary came out… I tried very hard to just let it go and get on with my life but it just really bothered me at the angle and how he played the narrative and how misleading it is and how it’s making me look like a bad person.
‘Of course I am also guilty, it takes two to tango, it’s not all his fault but it was both of us.’
When faced with statements from both hosts claiming the footballer has always denied allegations of an affair, Rebecca hit back with, ‘He’s not denied it, he’s never denied it’.
She continued: ‘He has said that my claims are ludacris. Ludacris is not denying, ludacris can be truth. Ludacris is a term used by lawyers to give to their clients when they don’t want to admit to the truth.’
The yoga instructor, who has moved to Norway, went on to say she was not informed that her name would be used in the Netflix series or that allegations of an affair would be revived.
On behalf of GMB, Kate stated that the show had contacted the Beckhams for a reaction to Rebecca’s ‘criticisms,’ but had yet to hear back from them.
The discussion was directed towards Rebecca’s portrayal of Victoria Beckham, 49, and she was asked what she thought of her brief presence in the episodes.
She said: ‘At the beginning I thought she came across really natural, I thought she was quite honest.
‘She said, “There was a gap in our marriage, we weren’t connected at the time”. It’s obviously different when half the marriage is in another country.
‘I have since learned the documentary has been made by his production company and it was produced by his best friend and they have their brand Beckham holdings behind it so then now I do think a lot of it is kind of rehearsed probably.
‘But I thought she came across well.’
The mother of two ended her appearance on daytime television with a message for the Beckhams, urging the star to accept responsibility.
She told the presenters: ‘I think by him not acknowledging responsibility, he is giving a message that it’s okay to behave like this and I think that is the wrong message to give.
‘My message is you make mistakes, own up to them, say sorry, move on and that’s what I’m teaching my kids…
‘Be honest, be truthful and apologies and then you can move on with life.’