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Coleen Rooney 'confident' she'll win Wagatha Christie trial and be 'vindicated'

Coleen Rooney has told her pals she is confident she will win the Wagatha Christie trial.Rebekah Vardy is suing Wayne Rooney's wife over an online post that accused her of leaking private stories to the Sun newspaper – which she denies.Colleen had a cup of tea as a trial wrapped up and confidently told friends: “I’ll be vindicated”, it is claimed.A close friend told the Sunday Mirror: “After the trial, Coleen had a cup of tea and packed her bags for holiday, confident she had won.“She has told friends she will be vindicated and she feels relieved that her truth is out there.

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Rebekah Vardy's agent 'confirms' she leaked Coleen Rooney car crash story
Rebekah Vardy's agent appeared to confirm she had leaked stories about Coleen Rooney to the press in a string of texts.The messages from Caroline Watt appeared to refer to details of an alleged car crash Ms Rooney had been passed to a journalist.The jury at the "Wagatha Christie" court heard how an article published by The Sun claimed that Ms Rooney had crashed her Honda.A string of text messages between Ms Vardy and Ms Watt were then presented to the court where Ms Watt appeared to admit leaking the information to the paper.A viral Instagram post in 2019 saw Rooney accuse Vardy's Instagram account of leaking "false stories" about her to the press.Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy's wife has since made a libel claim against Ms Rooney, the wife of former England player Wayne Rooney.Rooney's barrister David Sherbourne raised an early 2019 article in The Sun to Ms Vardy about Ms Rooney being involved in a car crash.Three days earlier Ms Rooney had posted a picture of the damage to her Honda on her private Instagram account.Mr Sherbornethen read out an exchange of texts between Vardy and Watt where the agent claimed: "I would have tried to have done a story on Coleen but the evidence has been deleted."Halls is trying to do a story on Coleen crashing her car but her PR won't even reply.
Rebekah Vardy's explosive text exchanges revealed from WAGatha case
Rebekah Vardy to her agent were released as part of the Wagatha Christie trial.The WAG was accused of leaking information from Coleen Rooney’s private Instagram account to the press in October 2019, which she denies.Now Vardy, 40, is suing Coleen for libel at London’s High Court.As the trial comes to an end, we look back at nine key exchanges between Rebekah Vardy and her agent Caroline Watt.Giving evidence, Rebekah was asked about the so-called ‘Photoshop girl’ conversation with Caroline where they discuss edited photos.An image appears to have been sent to Caroline by Rebekah, but the trial heard that, due to issues with uploading Whatsapp data, all the image files have been lost.Rebekah says to Watt that the pictures “made her fume” as the editing software Photoshop can make you look “five sizes smaller”.Giving evidence, Rebekah said that, when she told Caroline to “leak a story”, she was talking about a report on “body positivity”.‘Lads are fuming’The court saw messages between Rebekah and Caroline in which they discuss Jamie Vardy’s former Leicester City team mate Riyad Mahrez “not turning up to training”.Vardy tells Watt: “Lads are fuming”.An article in The Sun was later published stating Mahrez’s teammates had “turned on him” which David Sherborne, for Coleen, said no other media outlet had.Vardy said this had nothing to do with her.She told the court the story was based on information already in the public domain. A photograph of a number of WAGs at a restaurant in Russia during the 2018 World Cup was discussed at the trial.
Coleen Rooney tells court marriage to Wayne almost ended after drunk drive with party girl
 Merseyside, attempting to recover from the trauma of the news, Laura started to speak to the press.She claimed in The Sun that she'd had contact with Coleen who'd "asked me to tell her what happened."She seemed unhappy with the fact that we had left a nightclub in a cab together to go to my car," she claimed.This week, Wayne's wife relived the incident as part of her libel trial.Coleen accused Rebekah's account of leaking stories about her to the press, and Rebekah has, in turn, sued her for libel.She claims she baited Rebekah's account by streaming Instagram Stories with false information in them that she made sure only Rebekah's account had access to, then stood by and watched as the supposedly intimate information became public.On the other hand, Rebekah insists that she never leaked private stories about Coleen to the media, and has argued that she only discussed her rival's Instagram account with her PR agent, Caroline Watt, "a handful of times".One of these occasions was when she pointed out to Caroline that one of the Rooney children had been photographed in a car without wearing a seatbelt.Caroline responded: "It's on her private Instagram so we can't do anything with it".Rebekah adamantly told the court that she "didn't know" what her agent might have meant by this comment, and has added that Coleen's stories could have been released by a hacker.However she did admit that she had intended to leak a story about footballer Danny Drinkwater's drink driving crash - but The Sun had already printed the story.She argues that Coleen's Instagram post publicly accusing her account of offering stories about her to the press had caused her "anxiety", "panic attacks" and fear that she was going to miscarry her baby.However
Rebekah Vardy gives courtroom a laugh after asking what Davy Jones means in Wagatha Christie trial
Rebekah Vardy admitted she didn’t know what ‘Davy Jones’ meant. The legal battle between Mrs Vardy, wife of Leicester City footballer Jamie Vardy, and fellow WAG Coleen Rooney continued at the Royal Courts of Justice on Thursday. Mrs Vardy, 40, denies leaking stories to the media and is suing Mrs Rooney, 36, for libel, while Mrs Rooney – who is wife of former England footballer Wayne Rooney – is defending the claim on the basis her post was ‘substantially true’. As proceedings got underway earlier today, the court was reminded that Mrs Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt said during an earlier preliminary hearing that her phone had fallen into the North Sea. Mr Sherborne, barrister for Mrs Rooney, remarked: ‘We know that Miss Watt’s phone is now in Davy Jones’ Locker, don’t we, Mrs Vardy?’ Mrs Vardy appeared confused and replied: ‘I’m sorry, I don’t know who Davy Jones is.’ The courtroom burst into laughter as the judge explained to Mrs Vardy that it was an idiom referring to the resting place of sailors who drowned at the bottom of the sea. Youngsters today may be more familiar with the term from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise, which features a character named Davy Jones who is a tyrannical captain and dark lord of the Seven Seas. Mr Sherborne had read reported text messages between Mrs Vardy and Ms Watt, where the agent told the TV personality: ‘I would have tried to have done a story on Coleen but the evidence has been deleted.’ Ms Watt allegedly continued: ‘Halls is trying to do a story on Coleen crashing her car but her PR won’t even reply.
Rebekah Vardy claims she was forced to discuss Peter Andre's manhood in old interview
Rebekah Vardy has claimed she was forced to talk about the size of Peter Andre's manhood, during her High Court battle against Coleen Rooney.The model, 40, gave an article to News Of The World in 2004, where she spoke about her alleged sexual encounter with the Mysterious Girl singer.In the article, she claimed Peter was hung like a "miniature chipolata" and made "no attempt" to satisfy her.Vardy also said Andre had shaved all the hair off of his body and drooled like a slobbery dog when they kissed.The headline, which was presented to Vardy in court, read: "Peter’s hung like a small chipolata, shaved, slobbery, lasts five minutes".However, she told the Royal Courts of Justice she now has a 'deep regret' for the article and was forced into doing the story by her ex-husband.The revelations came on Tuesday (May 10) when the so-called 'Wagatha Christie' trial between footballers' wives Vardy and Coleen Rooney kicked off in London.Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen, 36, has accused Rebekah's Instagram account of leaking stories to the media.It spat began when Coleen hit out at fellow WAG Vardy for allegedly leaking stories to The Sun newspaper in a bombshell Twitter post in October 2019.Vardy has denied all accusations and launched a libel case against Rooney where she claims her former agent, Caroline Watt, may have been responsible for leaking stories from her private Instagram account.Tuesday's court proceedings saw both sides set out their opening statements via their legal representatives, with Rooney's barrister David Sherborne against Vardy's barrister, Hugh Tomlinson QC.Sherborne asked about the story Vardy supplied to News Of The World in 2004 after her sexual encounter with Peter Andre.Sherborne asked Vardy: "Did you think
Rebekah Vardy likened to 'hiring a hitman' by Coleen Rooney's lawyer over alleged leaks
Rebekah Vardy has been compared to "hiring a hitman" by Coleen Rooney's lawyer during their High Court trial.Vardy and Rooney's trial kicked off on Tuesday (May 10) at the Royal Courts of Justice in London - after Coleen, 36, accused Rebekah's Instagram account of leaking stories to the media.Vardy, 40, has launched a libel case against Coleen and claimed her former agent, Caroline Watt, may have been responsible for leaking the stories from her private Instagram account.Rebekah is the wife of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, and Coleen is the wife of England's leading scorer Wayne Rooney.Both Vardy and Rooney are expected to give evidence during the seven-day trial during the feud which is believed to have cost up £3million in legal costs.Rooney insists her accusation against Vardy is correct whilst Vardy has denied wrongdoing and claims her reputation has been smeared.Both sides set out their opening statements in court on Tuesday via the WAGs' legal representatives, with Rooney's barrister David Sherborne and Vardy's barrister, Hugh Tomlinson QC.Rooney's lawyer, Sherborne, argued Vardy was responsible for leaks to The Sun even if she didn't do it herself and likened Vardy to someone hiring a hitman.He said: "In essence this is a detective story.
Rebekah Vardy’s agent ‘not fit to give oral evidence’, court told as preliminary hearing takes place in Wagatha Christie court case
Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy’s ‘Wagatha Christie’ case has taken place today, in which the court was told Vardy’s agent is ‘not fit to give oral evidence’.The pair have been engaged in a libel dispute since Rooney, 36, accused Vardy, 40, of leaking stories she had planted on social media, on an Instagram story viewable only by Vardy’s account in October 2019 after a ‘sting operation’ over several months. Rooney earned the nickname ‘Wagatha Christie’ for her detective skills, but Vardy has always denied that the leaked stories were down to her. A preliminary hearing took place on Wednesday at the High Court in London ahead of the start of the trial next month, which comes after Rooney previously lost a bid to add a claim against Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt to the libel case.Rooney’s lawyers had previously claimed that Vardy had leaked information to The Sun either directly or through Watt ‘acting on her instruction or with her knowing approval’.However, Hugh Tomlinson QC, for Vardy, told the court today that Watt could not give oral evidence.In written arguments, Mr Tomlinson said: ‘The claimant served a witness statement of Caroline Watt with the intention of calling Ms Watt to give oral evidence at the trial.‘The claimant’s solicitors were, however, aware that Ms Watt was in a fragile state and had been expressing serious concerns about giving evidence.’He added that a consultant forensic psychiatrist produced a report which concluded Watt is not fit to provide oral evidence at the High Court trial.‘In these circumstances, it is clear that Ms Watt cannot be called to give evidence,’ he concluded.Rooney’s barrister, David Sherborne argued in written statements: ‘The defendant has serious concerns about the lack of any
Rebekah Vardy drags more WAGs into ongoing leaked WhatsApp conversations
Rebekah Vardy has accused other WAGs of leaking stories taken from Coleen Rooney's social media accounts in an explosive revelation.Both Mrs Vardy and Mrs Rooney have been embroiled in a legal battle since 2019 when Coleen published an explosive post on Instagram and Twitter, claiming Rebekah's account had been leaking stories to The Sun newspaper.WAG Coleen claims she went through several processes of elimination before discovering that it was Rebekah's account before the matter was to be presented to the courts.Now, Rebekah has appeared to suggest her innocence, suggesting that other accounts could have been responsible, not her.In text messages sent to Watt, Rebekah says: "She [Coleen Rooney] thinks it's me that's been doing the stories on her!"Of all the people on her Instagram FFS!"Last night, it emerged that Rebekah was responsible for several staged paparazzi photographs during the 2018 World Cup in Russia.The wives and girlfriends of the England football star's were snapped as they headed to a restaurant together as the tournament got underway.At the time, Vardy had insisted that the press showing up was not her doing but messages which have since been handed to the High Court could indicate otherwise.On the day in question, it is believed that Vardy and her manager Caroline Watt were involved in a number of exchanges surrounding the whereabouts of the WAGs.Messages were sent between Vardy and her agent while the entire clan were spending the day together in St Petersburg on June 26, 2018.The wives and girlfriends of football star's John Stones, Jordan Pickford, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, Kyle Walker, Nick Pope, Gary Cahil and Jack Butland, all joined Vardy in the picture which was taken two days ahead of