Sarah Marbeck still loves Beckham!
Sarah Marbeck, the former model who claimed that she had slept with David Beckham, has admitted that she still loved him and wanted to know why he had stopped calling her.
"I'm really sorry, I just really wanted to be with you," The Herald Sun quoted Sarah Marbeck as saying to Beckham via an emotion-charged first television interview.
However, the model-turned prostitute demanded to be paid for the interview despite saying that she was only going public with her story because she had been neglected.
"I never wanted any trouble over this. No, I just fell in love with someone, OK, I was loyal to that person. I kept to the secret for two or three years. I was like, I don't know what is going on in his marriage, but he is calling me, he is texting me, he is asking me to come to England. What am I going to do," Marbeck said.
Marbeck disclosed that when Beckham invited her back to his hotel she didn't hesitate because it was love at first sight.
"You know what's it like. You walk into a room and you see someone for the first time, and it's not just a stranger, there are sparks, it's like magic, you can't take your eyes off each other," revealed Sarah.
Nonetheless, Marbeck was reluctant to talk about what happened next.
"I had my coffee on the bed, and that's that, I don't want to talk about that any more, I'm sorry. When pressed she expanded: 'We did make love, yes. I felt guilty, but it's like I said to him, 'I feel like a kid in a candy shop," Sarah said.
Marbeck also revealed that during the three-year relationship she only spoke to Beckham four or five times and had sex twice.
When asked to explain how that created her alleged powerful and intense relationship, Marbeck said, "I can't. I'm trying to move forward. I haven't heard from the man, you know. I hadn't heard from him in a year, and then, um, August last year he rang me out of the blue to see how I was, and I wasn't very nice to him."
However, when Marbeck was asked if she went public for the money, she said through tears, "I don't care what people think. I'm not expecting anyone to think I am a saint. I would just like to ask him why he stopped calling me."