THE HACKED EMAILS AND THEIR ALLEGATIONS IN SUMMARY
Slammed the honours committee: The former England captain was accused of calling the honours committee 'unappreciative c****' for its failure to make him Sir David
£6,685 from Unicef for a flight: Beckham, an ambassador for Unicef, allegedly demanded £6,685 from the charity for a business class flight for him to attend an event in Asia, even though his sponsors had provided a private jet.
Becks in space: It is also claimed that in 2013, Tess O'Sullivan, head of sales at Doyen Sports, teamed up with Space Adventures, a US company that arranges private space flights, in a bid to increase his sponsorship.
Financial affairs: He was also allegedly warned by his advisers that certain financial schemes he was involved in her damaging his chances of further honours.
Golden(balls) laptop: Advisers stopped Beckham from posting a picture of a gold- plated laptop on Instagram, stressing it went against his 'man of the people' image.
Katherine Jenkins: When the classical singer was awarded an OBE in 2013, the decision was allegedly branded a 'f****** joke' by Beckham, with the star also referring to her admission she had previously taken drugs.
Scottish referendum: Messages also suggest he fiercely backed the 'stay' campaign during the Scottish referendum in order to appear to be backing a United Kingdom, and improve his chances of becoming Sir David.
The Jonathan Ross Show: Simon Oliveira allegedly wrote to the programme's producers: 'Maybe Jonathan should ask about the knighthood and say he should get it. What do you think? David is up for it.' He was subsequently recommended for one on the show by Ross.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4191440/Support-grows-Sir-David-Beckham-hacked-emails.html#ixzz4Xp8wfbEB
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook