Coleen Rooney fears Rebekah Vardy could ‘air her dirty laundry’ in court casejuin 30, 2020
Coleen Rooney is said to be terrified that Rebekah Vardy will air dirty laundry about her marriage in court.
Rebekah, 38, has reportedly launched a £1million High Court defamation lawsuit over the Wagatha Christie scandal which saw Coleen accuse Rebekah’s Instagram account of selling stories about her, which she denied, claiming someone else must have had access to her account.
And if the two WAGs can’t settle the case outside of court they will have to go before a judge, and Coleen, 34, is reportedly worried about what Rebekah will say.
Before their fall out Coleen confided in Rebekah about their marriage, it’s claimed.
Coleen and Wayne have apparently been getting on better than ever, but she fears the court case will put a strain on things.
A source told Closer magazine: “Before their friendship soured, Coleen confided in Rebekah and they spoke about some deeply personal matters.
“She’ll hate the thought of her dirty laundry being aired in public and will be terrified Rebekah may be forced to spill the beans during the course of questioning, which could destroy her peace.”
The insider added: “The thought of having to give evidence and face a former friend across a courtroom is terrifying, and although she and Wayne have nothing to hide, she’s bound to be tormented by the idea that details about their life together might be revealed.”
Mirror Online has contacted reps for Coleen and Rebekah for comment.
The pair became friends when Rebekah’s husband, Leicester City striker, Jamie, 33, joined Coleen’s husband, Wayne, 34, on the England squad in 2016.
They’re also said to have bonded over being mums to young children.
It’s also claimed Rebekah supported Coleen when Wayne was arrested for drink-driving in 2017 after a boozy night out with party girl Laura Simpson.
But they had an almighty fall out when Coleen took to social media to accuse Rebekah’s account of selling stories about her last year.
The Sun has now reported that the duo have sought mediation to try and resolve their differences but they are still set for the High Court, with legal costs reportedly set to hit £500,000 on each side.