Pregnant Rebekah Vardy inflates sick trolls after social media user & # 39; wanted her unborn child to die & # 39; in the aftermath of the leaking scandal of Coleen Rooney
- On Wednesday, Coleen published a statement focused on Rebekah, which revealed how she had set up a sting on Instagram to capture & # 39; & # 39; who has leaked fake stories
- Rebekah, 37, opposed the story and insisted that she was not the culprit
- Later in the day, Jamie Vardy's heavily pregnant wife brought it to Instagram to share a shocking message from a troll who wished to die about her unborn child
Pregnant Rebekah Vardy has beaten trolls who wished her unborn baby would die in the aftermath of her leaking scandal about Coleen Rooney.
On Wednesday evening to Instagram, the WAG, 37, shared a screenshot of an Instagram message that was sent to her by a follower who wrote: F ** ku dirty sly c ** t I hope the baby dies in you B *** H & # 39 ;.
Earlier on Wednesday, Coleen, 33, published an incredible social media statement aimed at Rebekah, revealing how she set up an extensive sting on Instagram to & # 39; catch & leak her fake stories & # 39; – in a movement that led to a mass scandal.
Shock: Pregnant Rebekah Vardy has beaten trolls who wished her unborn baby would die in the aftermath of her Coleen Rooney story leaking scandal (pictured on I & # 39; m A Celeb in 2017)
Her dramatic revelation enchanted Britain and led to an angry denial of the pregnant Rebekah, who said: & I don't need the money & # 39; and pointed out that other people have had access to her Instagram account.
Her Instagram activity came after it was revealed that she shortened her family vacation in Dubai and flies home with husband Jamie after she & # 39; devastated and inconsolable & # 39; was left behind about her fallout with Coleen.
The TV star hired a team of forensic IT experts to prove her innocence after Coleen accused her of selling stories to the press through information she had received from her private Instagram.
Sources near Rebekah say she is preparing to hit back and working with her lawyers to prove that she had nothing to do with the leak.
Woah: Earlier on Wednesday, Coleen launched an incredible social media attack on Rebekah, revealing how she set up an extensive sting on Instagram to & # 39; capture & leak her fake stories. – in a movement that led to a mass scandal
Shocking: the message was heartbreaking and cruel
An insider told MailOnline exclusively: & # 39; Rebekah is incredibly stressed and has not stopped sobbing all day, which is very strange to her.
& # 39; The whole situation has confused her and she still does not understand why Coleen did not first reach out to ask her about the issue.
& # 39; She flies home early from Dubai because she feels that her time has been spoiled abroad and that she only wants to be surrounded by family.
& # 39; Rebekah wants to prove that she has nothing to do with the leaked stories and works with a lawyer and IT experts who can look at the forensic aspects of her Instagram, which several people have access to. & # 39;
Penetrating: the TV star hired a team of forensic IT experts to prove her innocence after Coleen accused her of selling stories to the press via information she had received from her private Instagram
A Coleen spokesperson said: & # 39; It is irrefutable that the leaks came from one account and only one account. & # 39;
Fans have also praised Rooney – her & # 39; Wagatha Christie & # 39; called – for the sensational way in which she revealed that Vardy was the alleged perpetrator by closing her post with a thriller-worthy & # 39; It's ……… Rebekah Vardy & # 39; s account. & # 39;
The saga started when Coleen came on social media to reveal that she suspected someone in her area had betrayed her for years and had convincing evidence that her friend Rebekah was the guilty party.
Happy days: her dramatic revelation enchanted Britain and this afternoon led to an angry denial of pregnant Vardy who said: & I don't need the money & # 39; and pointed out that other people have had access to her Instagram account
Coleen admitted that stories about her floods in the basement, returning to TV, and gender selection were only viewed by Rebekah and were then followed by media, including MailOnline.
Since then, The Sun has deleted their story about the flood of the basement of Coleen, after discovering she had made it up.
Coleen wrote: & # 39; For a few years now, someone I trusted to follow me on my personal Instagram account has been consistently telling The Sun newspaper about my private messages and stories.
& # 39; So much information has been given to them about me, my friends and my family – all without my permission or knowledge.
& # 39; After trying to figure out who it could be, I had a suspicion for several reasons. To prove this, I came up with an idea, blocking everyone from viewing Instagram except ONE account. & # 39;
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