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Coleen Rooney is said to have carried out a “fictitious race” before launching his investigation into Wagatha Christie involving Rebekah Vardy.
Court documents The Sun claims to have seen describe the efforts the 35-year-old WAG made as she tried to identify who was leaking the stories around her to the press.
Rebekah, 39, sues Coleen for libel in the High Court after footballer Wayne Rooney’s wife accused her of leaking ‘false stories’ about the Rooneys in October 2019, following the’ operation undercover ‘social media. Rebekah denies the charges.
Drama: Coleen Rooney would have carried out a “fake race” before launching his investigation into Wagatha Christie involving Rebekah Vardy
The publication claimed Coleen began surgery in January 2019 after a series of personal stories leaked.
The mother-of-five eventually realized her private Instagram account was the source and sifted through 300 “trusted friend and family” accounts to compile a list of potential suspects.
Coleen used Instagram to post a number of stories about her private life, claiming that she ultimately narrowed down who could see them until they were only accessible to Rebekah.
All but five of the posts were seen by Jamie Vardy’s wife Becky, according to Coleen.
Busy: Court documents seen by The Sun describe how far WAG, 35, has gone as she tries to identify who leaked stories to the press
Some of these stories, which were deliberately false, then appeared in the media.
She wrote: “I recorded and captured all of the original stories that clearly show only one person saw them. It is ……………. Rebekah Vardy’s account. ‘
And as part of their legal battle, the documents detail the five exceptions and also two fictitious messages, which took place in April 2019.
Coleen claims the fake messages were seen by Becky and one other person – but she says she couldn’t remember the identity of the other person.
Statement: The feud between the WAGs erupted after Coleen revealed she had set a trap to see who was responsible for the leaks, earning her the nickname “Wagatha Christie”
Another of the posts was seen by former Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley, while two others were seen by unidentified individuals.
According to The Sun, court documents claim that none of the messages were leaked to the press.
The Sun says the documents state: “This led her to believe that it was the applicant who was responsible for the leak, given his established history and usual practice of providing private information to journalists and the press.
“The defendant had also heard rumors that the plaintiff was responsible for similar leaks or the disclosure of private information from other so-called WAGS or celebrities. “
Quarrel: Coleen first accused Becky of leaking ‘false stories’ about her private life in October 2019 after performing a months-long ‘sting operation’ (pictured in 2016)
MailOnline has reached out to Coleen and Rebekah’s rep for comment.
It comes after the news that Coleen is set to sign a £ 1million deal to make a documentary film about his WAG war and defamation battle with Rebekah, according to a report.
The Mirror claims Coleen will “present all of her evidence against Becky” in the documentary and that filming could begin as early as New Years Eve, ahead of the libel trial set to begin in the summer.
A friend of Coleen’s told the post: “Coleen has been silent since that famous online post. But that could all change in what could be the TV event of the year.
“Viewers would see all of the forensic evidence Coleen has gathered through her detectives online and see why she is convinced Rebekah leaked the stories about her and others.
“She’s determined to bring everything into the public domain and let people make up their own minds. The talks are very advanced.
“Coleen is thinking long and hard about her next steps and maybe it’s time to put her head above the parapet. She feels she has a very strong case and wants to share it with the world. ‘
The friend added that Becky’s team would view the show as a “hostile act” before the trial, but said Coleen was “on a mission”.
The show would be produced by Lorton Entertainment, who would also be directing her husband Wayne’s football documentary Rooney.
MailOnline reached out to representatives for Coleen Rooney, Rebekah Vardy and Lorton Entertainment for comment at the time.
Embarrassing: Earlier this summer, Jamie Vardy was dragged into the ‘Wagatha Christie’ case after Coleen’s legal team asked the Premier League footballer, along with his wife Rebekah, to hand over their cellphones to be inspected for evidence.