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9 things you may have missed from Wagatha Christie case - from 'sleepover' to Davy Jones

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Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy kicked off their Wagatha Christie libel trial at the High Court this week.The pair both got in the witness box to answer questions about the now-infamous sting operation by Rooney in 2019.Rooney, who is married to England star Wayne, accused the fellow WAG of leaking stories about her.The 36-year-old uploaded several fake stories to her private Instagram account in a bid to find out who was “betraying” her before revealing it on social media.Vardy, 40 denies the allegations and is suing Rooney, the wife of England star Wayne, for libel.Here are nine things you may have missed:In her witness statement, Rooney said she received an “over the top” message from Vardy inviting her to stay at her house in 2017.She said the offer came after Wayne was stopped by police for drink-driving with party-goer Laura Simpson in Cheshire.Rooney said: “I had a WhatsApp exchange with Becky in which she checked in on how I was doing and even offered for me to stay at her house if I wanted to get away from things.“On the face of things, this was obviously a nice gesture, but I did think at the time that it was a bit over the top because Becky and I weren’t particularly close friends.”One of the Instagram posts being discussed at the trial is about a picture of a damaged Honda Rooney posted after she had an accident in America.The court heard messages between Vardy and her agent Caroline Watt in which Watt tells Vardy The Sun are trying to confirm if she crashed it.Vardy messaged Watt: “Haha yeah she defo did.”Giving evidence Rooney told the court she had not crashed the car, as an article in The Sun stated, but a lorry had scraped the side of it.She told the court: “Wayne’s football team was sponsored by Audi.

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