A London judge on Tuesday ruled in favor of soccer star David Beckham and Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham's claim for damages from their former bodyguard, Mark Niblett, 40, whom they accused of disclosing secrets in violation of a confidentiality agreement he had signed with them, reports Reuters. Niblett provided information to celebrity biographer Andrew Morton ("Diana: Her True Story") for his book "Posh and Becks," which was published in the U.K. last October. The amount of Niblett's penalty will be determined at a later hearing, says the news service.
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