Coleen Rooney is said to have sworn to spend MILLIONS to win his legal battle with Rebekah Vardy.
Wayne Rooney’s wife would have a “blank check ready” and would not be afraid to pay whatever is necessary, if Becky refuses to back down, as the WAGS heads to court.
The new report comes in the midst of the upcoming £ 1 million lawsuit in which 34-year-old Coleen accused Rebekah, 38, of disclosing private information to the press.
Everything that’s necessary! Coleen Rooney, 34, is said to have sworn to spend MILLIONS to win his legal battle with Rebekah Vardy, 38.
A source told The Sun: “Legal fees could easily reach seven digits, it will only escalate.
According to the insider, after spending 18 months finding out who was behind the leaks, Liverpudlian’s beauty would not shrink.
“She would obviously prefer it to end sooner rather than later, but it will only happen if Becky steps back.
“If she doesn’t, she has no qualms about going all the way and has a blank check ready. “
MailOnline has contacted Coleen Rooney representatives for comments.
Ready for action: Wayne Rooney’s wife would have a “blank check ready” and not afraid to pay whatever is necessary if Becky refuses to back down as the WAG heads to court
Drama: Coleen WAG’s friends reportedly “panicked” that Rebekah may have disclosed private information about them (Coleen picturedi n 2018)
The report of Coleen’s desire to do whatever it takes to win comes after the spouses of their fellow footballers are said to have “panicked” that Rebekah could disclose private information about them.
The Sun reports that ladies, including the bride of Man United captain Harry Maguire, Fern Hawkins, 26, and Dele Ali’s partner, Ruby Mae, 24, have raised concerns about Rebekah in a WhatsApp group .
The publication states that after Coleen publicly accused Rebekah of sharing stories about him in October, other WAGs were concerned that private details might be leaked.
Wag Wars: Rebekah pictured with WAGs, including Fern Hawkins and Ruby-Mae, at the 2018 World Cup in Russia
It has been reported that details of a girls’ night in Russia during the 2018 World Cup could be released.
A source told The Sun, “Some of the Wags, especially Fern and Ruby Mae, said on WhatsApp that they were worried about what could have come out and whether it had anything to do with Becky or his associates .
‘And the women panicked and’ made a Coleen ‘- to see if the same thing happened to them as what happened to her.
Concerns: Coleen publicly accused Rebekah of sharing stories about him in October, but other WAGs fear private details about them could be leaked
“They looked at the messages and stories from the past and looked it over with a fine comb.”
The insider went on to say that Harry Maguire’s partner Fern was particularly concerned about the stories of the £ 85m transfer of his other half from Leicester to Man United last summer.
While other WAGS are said to have “distanced themselves” from the mother of five.
Concerns: A source said that Harry Maguire’s partner Fern was particularly worried about the stories of the £ 85 million transfer from his other half from Leicester to Man United last summer.
Cats: A source said, “Some of the Wags, especially Fern and Ruby Mae [pictured with Dele Alli in 2018], said on WhatsApp that they were worried about what could have come out ‘
However, the source added that their actions were “unfair” to the star of I’m A Celebrity because no one has produced a “smoking gun” so far.
Friends like Abbey Clancy and Real Housewives of Cheshire stars Tanya Bardsley and Dawn Ward are said to have shared their support for Coleen.
The publication also reports that Coleen continued his investigation into Rebekah and was helped by the wife of former English player Jamie Carragher, Nicola Hart.
Unfair: However, the source adds that their actions were “unjust” on the star of I’m A Celebrity because no one has produced a “smoking gun” so far
MailOnline contacted representatives of Coleen, Rebekah, Fern, Ruby, Nicola, Abbey, Dawn and Tanya for comments.
Meanwhile, it was reported on Saturday, Wayne Rooney’s wife, Coleen, dropped plans to sue Rebekah Vardy for privacy after her rival WAG launched the £ 1 million lawsuit.
The mother of four is said to have changed her mind, saying it would be in bad taste at a time when the coronavirus pandemic has left many financial hardships.
Support: friends including Abbey Clancy and Tanya Bardsley and Dawn Ward [pictured with husband Ashley] would have shared their support for Coleen
An insider said, “Coleen tried to explain how bad it looked, but Becky doesn’t.
“It will now look like two spoiled women who have way too much money arguing over something trivial about what’s going on around the world. “
This week Coleen called Rebekah’s decision to initiate “disappointing” court action in a statement released through his legal team.
Coleen’s lawyer Paul Lunt de Brabners said in a statement: “It is disappointing that Ms. Vardy has chosen to initiate legal proceedings.
“Coleen believes that the time and money involved could be better used; his offer to meet face to face is still valid.
Back off? Meanwhile, it was reported on Saturday that Wayne Rooney’s wife Coleen had abandoned his intention to sue Rebekah Vardy for breach of privacy (photo 2016)
“Ms. Vardy’s decision to initiate legal proceedings at least means that Coleen’s testimony can be made public when the time comes. “
The WAGs disagree after Coleen publicly accused Becky’s Instagram account of leaking stories about her last year – something she vehemently denies.
Becky is said to have filed documents claiming that her ex-girlfriend Coleen slandered or slandered her on social media when she published the serious allegation.
Last month, the couple held a video meeting in a final attempt to avoid a very public and costly hearing, but it ended in bitter stalemate.
Not impressed: Coleen called Rebekah’s decision to initiate “disappointing” court action in a statement released by his legal team on Tuesday (photo this week)
It is now said that it could cost £ 500,000 to each party in legal fees, but Becky is “completely determined to erase her name at all costs”.
A source told The Sun: “Becky made it clear to Coleen that she was serious about her name and wanted a full public apology.
“It’s not about the money. As for Becky, she wants her fees and her rationale …
“But since Coleen still refuses to accept an apology, she has decided to file the documents with the High Court.
The statement: Last October, Coleen publicly accused Becky’s account in a statement selling false stories about him, causing a denial of anger on the part of the then pregnant WAG.
“It is a very expensive thing to do and costs are expected to reach half a million pounds for each side, but she is completely determined to erase her name at all costs. “
The couple’s argument started last October, when Coleen claimed that Becky’s Instagram account was the source of stories leaked from her private Instagram account to the press.
WAG rivals were previously good friends until Coleen alleged shock in an explosive social media statement last year.
Coleen admitted that the stories about his basement flooding, his return to television and the gender selection were only seen by Becky and were later followed by the media, including MailOnline.
Becky, who denied all the allegations and was pregnant at the time, cut her family vacation to Dubai shortly after the dramatic accusation, which captured Britain in the so-called “WAG War” and earned Coleen the nickname “Wagatha Christie”.
At the time, sources close to Becky said that the main law firm, Kingsley Napley, had sent Coleen a letter on his behalf asking him to provide the evidence she had against Becky so that she could complete his investigation.
Becky is said to have called a forensic team to analyze her Instagram account following the explosive allegations. The goal is to identify the mole who sold fake stories to The Sun from Coleen’s Instagram account.
“I don’t need the money”: Becky denied all of the charges against her within minutes of publication and said she had nothing to gain and had no financial motivation