'Inundated' Vardy blasts back in bitter Rooney WAG twitter row

Jamie Vardy

On Wednesday, Coleen Rooney claimed that she had finally found out who was leaking stories to the media for five months, and after her investigation through Instagram, she called out the Leicester City forward's wife.

At first, Knightley seemed rather ambivalent about the specifics of the incident: "I don't think I have any thoughts on it all-what thoughts are we meant to have about it?", she asked Heat magazine on Thursday.

Rebekah described Danielle's comments as "utter bollocks" and said the 35-year-old was "just fuming" because she hadn't got her husband, Jamie Vardy, to help find Danielle a new footballer partner. After the show, she denied that she had singled him out.

The comedian and radio host shared his reaction after Coleen posted a statement accusing Rebekah of leaking information about her to the press. "She was completely convincing", she said.

Earlier this week, Coleen sensationally accused Rebekah of feeding details from the Instagram Stories feature on her private account to The Sun newspaper.

A source close to heavily pregnant Vardy now claims she is fully prepared to face her fellow WAG in court if she refuses to believe her innocence. "I would never have done anything like this and certainly not to Coleen".

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"I have not done anything like this and I would not do anything like this".

Rooney, 33, said she had a suspicion of who might be the source of the leaks and blocked everyone apart from an Instagram page belonging to Vardy from seeing her stories.

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

'There has been so noteworthy recordsdata given to them about me, my associates and my family - all with out my permission or knowledge. We are sure you all know it by now, but we'll run through Wag Wars again quickly. The memoir about gender preference in Mexico, the memoir about returning to TV and then the latest memoir referring to the basement flooding in my original house. Over the years varied other folks have had entry to my Insta and proper this week I came all over I used to be as soon as following other folks I didn't know and have never adopted myself.

Rebekah had previously demanded to see screenshots of the Instagram stories and who had viewed them. When I read that, although the end bit talks about it being the account, there's a couple of uses of the word "person" beforehand, I think there's a good argument that is saying it is Rebekah, or at least very likely it is Rebekah. She stated to me: "I am not pointing the finger" and I stated: 'You've simply annihilated me in public and hung me out to dry.

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