Coleen Rooney accuses Vardy of selling stories to paper

Coleen Rooney accuses Vardy of selling stories to paper

Coleen Rooney accuses Vardy of selling stories to paper

Coleen Rooney, wife of former England striker Wayne, has taken to social media to accuse Rebekah Vardy of selling stories on her private life to an English newspaper.

The footballer's wife said she had spent months trying to work out who was sharing information she had posted to her personal social media page.

Rebekah Vardy responded quickly on Instagram, denying that she leaked any of Rooney's business to the tabloids and suggesting someone else with access to her account did so.

She dropped the social bombshell on Wednesday, revealing her detective work of how she'd deduced that only one person could possibly have shared the personal information with the United Kingdom tabloid newspaper.

Rebekah Vardy probably has more 'splainin to do.

YouTuber Calfreezy compared the drama to an episode of Desperate Housewives.

But Rooney has doubled down on the accusations, a spokesperson for her insisting there is "irrefutable" proof the leaks came from "one account, and one account only" - Vardy's.

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30 minutes after Rooney posted her statement, Vardy tweeted her response.

"I liked you a lot Coleen & I'm so upset that you have chosen to do this, especially when I'm heavily pregnant".

The post, shared on Wednesday (09.10.19), study: "For just a few years now, any individual who I relied on to appear at me on my personal Instagram yarn has been constantly informing The Solar newspaper of my personal posts and stories".

Rooney claims that information about her, her family and her friends has been given to the newspaper without her permission, and when she eventually was fed up with all of it, she came up with the idea to zero in on whoever it was coming from. She said that she could identify that the source of some articles was someone who was watching the Instagram Stories on her private account and through trial and error, deduced that it was Vardy. She says this took a while to figure out who it was and she had a suspicion.

Coleen explained she blocked all but one outside account from viewing her account in an effort to identify the suspect.

Vardy replied to Rooney on Twitter, saying she "never" speaks to journalists about her and that she recently discovered that "various people have had access to my insta".

The Sun also commented: "Each of the stories provided to The Sun was put to Coleen's representatives before publication, and on each occasion they declined to comment". Another person joked: "I mean, you don't need to tell me what happened, just share your password with me so that I can see what happened in somebody else's private account".

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