Rebecca Loos has claimed David Beckham's new Netflix series has led to her facing "horrific" trolling.
Loos, 46, told ITV's Good Morning Britain that since the documentary series launched, it has brought back attention to her claims that she had an affair with the footballer while working as his PA.
The incident, which she claims happened while Beckham was playing for Real Madrid, was revisited in the four-part series.
"When this documentary came out, I tried very hard to let it go and get on with my life, but it really bothered me the little angle and how he played the narrative and how misleading it is and how it's making me look like the bad person," Loos said.
"Of course, I am also guilty, it takes two to tango, it's not all his fault but it's both of us," she added.
After claims of the affair first surfaced, Beckham said: "During the past few months I have become accustomed to reading more and more ludicrous stories about my private life.
"The simple truth is that I am very happily married. I have a wonderful wife and two very special kids. There is nothing any third party can do to change these facts."
Since the documentary aired, Loos said she has been subject to online abuse.
"I woke up to all these horrific messages on Instagram being called horrible names, awful trolling," she said.
"I had heard about trolling before but never experienced it because 20 years ago we didn't have social media.
"I would rather not have had to talk about it again. I had left it behind me, I had moved very much on with my life."
In the Netflix series, Beckham discusses how challenging it was for him during the period and his wife Victoria reveals that it was "the hardest period for us because it felt like the world was against us and... we were against each other".
Sharing her regret of having spoken publicly about her claims, Loos said: "I wish I had done it in a different way, at the time the advice I was given this was the way to go about it".