David Beckham Takes Mark Wahlberg to Court Over ‘Fraudulent Conduct’

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In a surprising turn of events, David Beckham, the renowned football legend formerly with Real Madrid and England's national team, has taken legal action against actor Mark Wahlberg.

The lawsuit centers around the F45 gym franchise, where Beckham alleges that Wahlberg misled him into signing a contract under false pretenses.

Beckham claims that he suffered financial losses exceeding $10 million due to promised shares in the fitness brand that were never delivered. Seeking reparations for the alleged deception, Beckham demands approximately $18.85 million in damages through his company, DB Ventures Ltd.

The suit accuses Mark Wahlberg, his investment group, and F45's founders, Adam Gilchrist and Rob Deutsch, of fraudulent conduct.

Mark Wahlberg is seen in Los Angeles
Mark Wahlberg is seen in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by: STAR MAX)

Despite the heavy allegations, Wahlberg, known for his roles in movies like Ted and Shooter, staunchly denies any wrongdoing and labels the accusations as completely unfounded. This legal battle marks a contentious moment between the two celebrities, whose friendship dates back to 2007 following Beckham's move to the United States to play for LA Galaxy.

Before the dispute, Beckham had actively promoted F45, a global fitness community, as its ambassador on various social media platforms, showing his support for the brand.

The issue has now been sent to the courts for a decision, leaving fans and spectators eager to see the outcome of this high-profile feud.



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