Back in October, Coleen Rooney epically exposed her fellow British WAG for selling stories about her to British tabloids. There are people finding out what her Instagram account was and sending her awful messages'. When those stories made it into the press, Rooney's suspicions were confirmed.
And now Jamie Vardy's wife has spoken out about the incident for the first time.
The pair are now embroiled in a legal battle so can't speak openly about the situation, but Rebekah appeared on Loose Women earlier today to open up about the vile trolling she has been subjected to. "It is probably up there with one of the worst things that I have had to deal with apart from being abused when I was younger".
Fans praised Rooney for the sensational way in which she revealed Vardy was the alleged culprit by concluding her post with a thriller-worthy: 'It's.
She'd then claimed she posted a number of false stories to see if they appeared in the news, before saying Rebekah's account was the one she thought was responsible. "I looked at my phone and there it was in all its glory".
She said of the aftermath of the public accusations: "It was disgusting, it was frightful and I don't think I was prepared for what was to come". The trolling had such an impact on Rebekah that she started to have panic attacks and was even hospitalised.
"The trolling I think was the worst part for me and for my family. I have been trolled before and I do get it all the time, but it escalated off the back of this", she told the panelists.
Coleen Rooney with husband Wayne. I ended up in hospital three times, and I ended up with kidney stones. "I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them. Did she not do it?"
She has two children from previous relationships Megan, 11, and six-year-old Taylor, while Jamie has a six-year-old daughter, Ella, with an ex.
Rebekah, who was heavily pregnant at the time, denied it was her and issued her own statement.
Vardy said her family also struggled after the accusation was made.
Addressing how she felt in the fall-out, she explained: "It was really really hard".
"[My daughter Megan] found it really hard".
Emotional: 'I had severe anxiety, I felt like I couldn't go out without people just looking at me and questioning, 'Did she do it? If you thought this was happening you could have told me and I could have changed my passwords to see if it stopped.
Vardy was seven months pregnant when she was accused of leaking stories. You can only say to the kids, 'don't read it, ' but getting that across to a 15-year-old is really hard. And you know what, they did! "She found it hard".
It is understood that each of the stories published by The Sun following the leaks were put to Rooney's representatives for comment but on each occasion they declined.