Coleen Rooney hits back at Rebekah Vardy’s claims her coffee run was set up paparazzi images

‘As if!’ Coleen Rooney hits back at Rebekah Vardy’s claims that her coffee paparazzi shoots were staged in scathing tweet… following her latest win in Supreme Court battle against Wagatha Christie

  • On Tuesday, The Sun’s Simon Boyle reported that Jamie Vardy’s wife had said ‘Maybe I should start taking fake coffee run photos’
  • Hours later, Coleen took to Twitter, where she shared a trio of emojis, including a coffee cup, a running figure and a smiling face, in addition to: “As if!!”
  • Last week Coleen took another win for Wagatha Christie when Rebekah was ordered to pay £10,500 for her legal costs in their Supreme Court battle

Coleen Rooney has responded to Rebekah Vardy’s alleged claims that she regularly sets up paparazzi showing her to coffee shops.

On Tuesday, The sun‘s Simon Boyle reported that Jamie Vardy’s wife had said, ‘Maybe I should start taking fake coffee run shots,’ hours before Coleen took to Twitter to snipe back at the apparent dig.

Coleen shared a post with her 1.2 million followers and shared a trio of emojis, including a coffee cup, a running figure and a smiling face, in addition to: ‘As if!!’ amid their ongoing Supreme Court WAgatha Christie drama.

Hit Back: Coleen Rooney has hit back at Rebekah Vardy’s alleged claims that she regularly puts up paparazzi to show her she goes to coffee shops

Shocking note: Coleen shared a post with her 1.2 million followers, sharing a trio of emojis, including a coffee cup, a running figure and a smiling face, in addition to:

Shocking note: Coleen shared a post with her 1.2 million followers, sharing a trio of emojis, including a coffee cup, a running figure and a smiling face, in addition to: “As if!!” amid their ongoing Supreme Court WAgatha Christie drama

Rebekah’s coffee beans came after she wrote on Instagram over the weekend, “I don’t lie about putting up photos (unlike some) everyone does it.”

Last week Coleen took another win for Wagatha Christie when Rebekah was ordered to pay £10,500 for her legal costs in their Supreme Court battle.

It’s a further blow to the DOI star’s long-running £1million libel suit against Coleen, who claimed a 2-1 win in the final round of their fight last week.

The win came after a judge dismissed Rebekah’s attempt to dismiss substantial portions of Coleen’s defense regarding her rival’s dealings with The Sun newspaper and The Secret Wag column.

Shock: On Tuesday, The Sun's Simon Boyle reported that Jamie Vardy's wife had said 'Maybe I should start taking fake photos of coffee runs,' hours before Coleen took to Twitter to snipe back at the apparent dig

Shock: On Tuesday, The Sun’s Simon Boyle reported that Jamie Vardy’s wife had said ‘Maybe I should start taking fake photos of coffee runs,’ hours before Coleen took to Twitter to snipe back at the apparent dig

Judge Ms Justice Steyn ruled that such transactions may be a relevant part of her defense of libel suit brought by Rebekah after the leak of Coleen’s private Instagram posts to The Sun in 2019, which she denies.

Coleen’s legal team compared the win to a ‘2-1 semi-final win’ and are increasingly confident about the next leg of the fight in the fall.

A source said: ‘Coleen’s legal team will provide further evidence regarding Rebekah Vardy’s dealings with The Sun and ties to The Secret WAG.

“There are many people who know about her long-standing relationship with the newspaper and how it worked.

Coleen photographed on June 23

Coleen photographed on July 15th

Out: Coleen is often seen heading to her local Café Nero after school

“Last week’s ruling could open a Pandora’s box for Rebekah.”

However, Charlotte Harris of law firm Kingsley Napley, representing Rebekah, said: ‘The judge has crossed out about 10 pages of material from Ms Rooney’s defense as irrelevant or a waste of legal time.

Ms Rooney has to re-argue the part of her public interest defense that the judge deemed ‘inadmissible’.

This is now Mrs Rooney’s third attempt to defend Mrs Vardy’s libel claim. She has been ordered to pay the costs of this exercise and Ms Vardy’s costs to amend her answer.

‘The judge has issued three cost orders – two in favor of Mrs Vardy and one in favor of Mrs Rooney for £10,500.

Coleen pictured on his way to a coffee shop last year

Coleen pictured on his way to a coffee shop last year

The long-running feud between the high-profile WAGS broke after Coleen revealed she set a trap to see who was responsible for the leaks, earning her the nickname Wagatha Christie.

The long-running feud between the high-profile WAGS broke after Coleen revealed she set a trap to see who was responsible for the leaks, earning her the nickname Wagatha Christie.

While the judge did not allow the application for summary judgment, in her ruling that there was ‘some force’ in Ms Vardy’s case, she said there are very significant differences between the articles on TV decisions and the function it should serve. are based.

‘This gets to the heart of the matter.

“Mrs. Vardy is not the Secret Wag. The judge has made it clear that the Secret Wag’s identity does not go to the core and has reserved the possibility to remove or limit this issue in the future.

“Mrs. Vardy is confident she will succeed in the trial.”

Coleen's legal team compared victory to a

Coleen’s legal team compared victory to a ‘2-1 semi-final win’ and are increasingly confident about the next leg of the High Court fight in the fall (pictured in 2016)

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