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Health & Fitness Vardy seeks to throw out parts of Rooney defence in ‘Wagatha Christie’ battle

07:10  18 june  2021
07:10  18 june  2021 Source:   msn.com

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The wife of footber Jamie Vardy has repeatedly denied being the source leaking stories about the Rooney family to a British newspaper, after Coleen set a cunning trap to see which account was watching her Instagram Story content. And since her blistering denial of being the rat, 49,000 new followers have flocked to Becky's Insta to find out what she'll post next. A social media expert revealed the influx of new followers means Becky is well-placed to start cashing in. "Becky could command around £1,500 to £2,000 per post before this row.

It is understood that Mrs Vardy is asking that Mrs Rooney pays her costs and damages and issues a public apology. A source close to Mrs Vardy , whose husband Jamie played for England with her rival’s husband, said: ‘Rebekah will not drop her demands of a sorry from Coleen. She feels that a lot of pain and upset has been caused by the accusations against her.’ In a ‘sting operation’ that earned her the nickname Wagatha Christie , she turned detective to find out where newspaper stories about her were coming from.

Rebekah Vardy will ask the High Court to throw out parts of Coleen Rooney’s defence in the latest round of their libel battle.

Coleen Rooney et al. posing for a photo: Coleen Rooney (left) and Rebekah Vardy (Peter Byrne, Ian West/PA) © Peter Byrne, Ian West Coleen Rooney (left) and Rebekah Vardy (Peter Byrne, Ian West/PA)

Mrs Rooney, 35, accused Mrs Vardy, 39, of leaking “false stories” about her private life in October 2019 after carrying out a months-long “sting operation” which saw her dubbed “Wagatha Christie”.

The wife of former England star Wayne Rooney claimed her fellow footballer’s wife shared fake stories she had posted on her personal Instagram account with The Sun newspaper.

She then wrote on Instagram and Twitter: “For a few years now someone who I trusted to follow me on my personal Instagram account has been consistently informing The Sun newspaper of my private posts and stories.

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Coleen and Wayne Rooney enjoyed a 'tasty bite to eat' at The Dirty Duck Alehouse in Holywood, Northern Ireland, on Wednesday as they posed with a fluffy yellow toy. In the snap, Coleen cut a low-key figure in a brown vest top and high-waisted jeans, which she finished with hooped earrings. In April, MailOnline exclusively revealed that Rebekah was making a fresh bid to weaken rival Coleen's case before their so-called Wagatha Christie case reaches its dramatic conclusion. Rebekah was said to be working to have a section of evidence from Coleen's defence 'struck out ', the section is known

hen Coleen Rooney dropped her ‘Wagatha Christie ’ bombshell on Twitter in October last year, she ignited an explosive feud with fellow footballer’s wife Rebekah Vardy that set the internet ablaze. Millions of people around the world pored over each part of the statement, reading into each word, the 37 punctuation marks, and the possible meanings behind every turn of phrase. Vardy , the wife of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy , has denied she was the source of the leaks and is suing for damages for libel.

“I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them. It’s………. Rebekah Vardy’s account.”

Mrs Vardy, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, denies the accusations and is suing Mrs Rooney for libel.

At a hearing on Friday, Mrs Vardy’s lawyers will ask the High Court to strike out parts of Mrs Rooney’s defence.

Mrs Vardy has also applied for summary judgment – a legal step which would see that part of the case resolved without a trial – in relation to Mrs Rooney’s claim that Mrs Vardy leaked a story to The Sun about her returning to TV presenting.

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To smoke out the culprit, Rooney then posted a series of fake stories which later appeared in The Sun. image copyrightGetty Images. image captionColeen Rooney aka Wagatha Christie . And who was the one account left? Rebekah Vardy 's account," Rooney wrote in the post heard round the world, complete with the cliffhanger ellipses. Rooney 's apparent detective skills earned her the nickname Wagatha Christie - a play on Wag and Agatha Christie , the English writer famed for her detective novels.

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Mrs Rooney said she blocked everyone except Mrs Vardy from seeing her Instagram stories between September 1 and October 4 2019 before posting a selfie with text reading “easing my way back into work!! TV decisions today” on September 25.

A story reporting her desire to revive her TV career appeared on The Sun’s website three days later, Mrs Rooney claims.

However, Mrs Rooney said she “invented” the story as part of her investigation to discover the source of the leaks and had no intention of entering into more television work.

“It can be inferred that the claimant was the source of the information, whether directly or indirectly,” she said in her written defence.

Mrs Rooney has also said she planted stories about her travelling to Mexico to “see what this gender selection is all about” and the basement flooding in her new house.

Her defence continued: “No credible or verified ‘alternative’ explanation has been provided by the claimant as to how the defendant’s private information, which was shared only with her, through her Instagram account, could have been and was in fact given to The Sun.”

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Currently on holiday in Dubai, Rebekah also said that lots of other people have access to her account and she was upset at Coleen for going public. One fan called Coleen 'WAGatha Christie ' thanks to her detective work. On Wednesday Coleen launched an incredible social media attack on fellow WAG Rebekah Vardy , revealing how she set up an elaborate sting on Instagram to 'catch' her leaking fake stories. Coleen's Wikipedia page received a number of edits in the hours after the story broke, with one fan changing her birth date to that of detective novelist Agatha Christie , while Wayne's wife also got

a person wearing sunglasses talking on a cell phone: Coleen Rooney in the stands before the Uefa Euro 2020 Group D match at Wembley (Martin Rickett/PA) © Provided by PA Media Coleen Rooney in the stands before the Uefa Euro 2020 Group D match at Wembley (Martin Rickett/PA)

Mrs Vardy sued Mrs Rooney last June, claiming she “suffered extreme distress, hurt, anxiety and embarrassment as a result of the publication of the post and the events which followed”.

In her written case against Mrs Rooney, Mrs Vardy’s lawyers said the abuse she received made her “feel suicidal”, adding: “She suffered from severe panic attacks and anxiety which manifested in being scared to leave her house.”

Mrs Vardy claimed her husband Jamie was targeted during football matches, with opposition fans chanting “your wife is a grass” for up to five minutes at a time.

But Mrs Rooney’s lawyers said the post was “entirely legitimate and justified” and referred to Mrs Vardy’s “exceptionally close relationship” with The Sun and some of its journalists.

The hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice on Friday before Mrs Justice Steyn is due to begin at 10.30am.

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