This Is All The Latest On The Coleen Rooney/Rebekah Vardy Drama

Jamie Vardy

Coleen Rooney, in the most iconic celeb statement ever, said (someone with access to) Rebekah Vardy's Instagram account had been selling stories to The Sun.

Vardy and Rooney have been in a public feud since Rooney accused Vardy of leaking private information from her Instagram account to the British press earlier this week.

According to sources close to the two women, Vardy and Rooney are communicating exclusively through lawyers at Rooney's insistence as Vardy works with a team of forensic IT experts to clear her name.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Rebekah revealed that she noticed in March that Coleen had blocked her on her private Instagram account.

"I don't know Coleen but I do know Rebekah and what she's going through is what nobody should have to go through so publicly", the former glamour model told the eponymous host, before condemning those who have been threatening Vardy since Rooney shared her investigative findings online. "It was not an easy phone call. What would I gain from selling stories on you?" she tweeted. The whole world hates me!'. She said: "'You know, I always really liked you, which makes it harder'". "You can tell it that you are right and it is wrong, but it's still going to shit in your hair", she added. Rooney revealed. "It's been tough keeping it to myself and not making any comment at all".

And Rebekah has mentioned her footballer husband has been correct as upset as her.

"It's the second account that is at the centre of this furore, because Coleen believes everything she posts there is "private" and only shared with people who she has allowed to follow her, and who she supposedly trusts enough not to repeat anything they see posted", Piers wrote. There was as soon as never any designate of any bad blood between us or any designate that she had a suspicion about me'.

Coleen's bombshell Twitter post has resulted in a number of twisted trolls targeting Rebekah, who is pregnant.

The stories included one about gender selection, which was published on August 15, one about her plans to return to TV, which was published on September 28 and another about her basement flooding from 14 hours ago, which has been taken down. As for how she came to that conclusion, well, it took almost half a year's worth of scheming: "Over the past five months, I have posted a series of false stories to see if they made their way into the Sun newspaper", she wrote in a statement explaining her process of elimination on Twitter.

"Coleen was pregnant when some of these stories came out".

Rooney's sleuthing skills led to her being dubbed "Wagatha Christie" on social media. I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them.



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