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David Beckham “Speeding Really Bad” Before Escalade Crash

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David Beckham was “speeding really bad” and weaving in and out of lanes when he rear-ended a stalled vehicle on May 6, according to an eye witness who has now come forward. At the time, no charges were laid against the L.A. Galaxy soccer star.

Now, it has emerged from one motorist who claims she was driving behind David for several miles that David was “driving recklessly” and “speeding really bad” before he slammed into the stalled car on May 6. His son, Brooklyn, was also in the car at the time.

Another driver claims that David was “definitely speeding” and was pulling in and out of the carpool lane and therefore “breaking a couple traffic laws.”

Beckham rear-ended another car with his Black Escalade on one of the busiest highways in L.A. and the other driver had to be taken to the hospital – Beckham and his son were unharmed.

Beckham was neither arrested nor cited for the incident, but according to these eye witnesses, he committed a couple of traffic violations.

A spokesman for Beckham dismissed the claims, saying, “As unfortunate as accidents are, David was not cited by the police at the scene for any violations.”

That seems to be that, as far as David Beckham is concerned, but did he get off too lightly?

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