David Beckham is brought to justice when "CCTV shows up behind the wheel of CCTV with a mobile phone" – weeks after an acceleration charge was rejected for technical reasons
- The indictment comes after a charge for speeding was dismissed
- The 43-year-old is said to have seen a call on a call in his £ 200,000 car
- He was arrested in the center of London in front of the camera
Terri-ann Williams for Mailonline
David Beckham could be brought to court after "CCTV material surfaced behind the wheel with a cellphone".
The charge comes just eight weeks after a quick lawsuit against him was dismissed for technical reasons.
The 43-year-old is said to have seen a phone call in his £ 200,000 engine last year from a worried onlooker who reported him to the local police.
David Beckham (picture above with son Brooklyn) in Notting Hill
Beckham (pictured above) was caught in front of the camera during the phone conversation while driving in London
It is said that Becks was arrested in a suspected incident in central London in front of the camera. The case is due to be released by Bromley Magistrates on March 19, The Sun reported.
The former England player has the opportunity to contest the prosecution at a public hearing or to allow the alleged offense in writing.
If convicted, the father of four could score six points, along with a fine of £ 2,000.
David Beckham (pictured left) was previously represented by attorney Nick Freeman (£ 10,000 a day) (right).
David and Victoria Beckham were previously haunted by rumors that their marriage was on the rocks
This recent claim could be another big bulge in the star's image, which has been plagued by rumors of a troublesome marriage between him and his fashion designer Victoria Beckham.
Even if there is a hearing, Becks may not be present and could be represented by his lawyer, an action he had previously taken with his September acceleration charges when he was represented by Nick Freeman.
Becks was charged with cruising 59 miles per hour on January 23 last year in a 40-mile zone on the A40 in Paddington, West London.