Rebekah Vardy shed tears as she discussed the impact of her feud with Coleen Rooney on Thursday’s Loose Women.
In October last year, the reality TV star, 37, was explosively accused by Coleen, 33, of leaking stories about her to The Sun newspaper – a claim she strongly denies – which led to a WAG war that nation fascinated.
Reflecting on the drama, Rebekah, accompanied by her one-month-old daughter Olivia Grace during the lunch show, revealed that she was in hospital three times as a result of the trolls she received, comparing the line with ‘abused by my step father.’
“It has been the worst I have experienced since I was abused”: Rebekah Vardy broke down when she discussed the impact of her feud with Coleen Rooney on Thursday’s Loose Women
At the end of last year, media-personality sources revealed that prominent law firm Kingsley Napley had sent a letter to Coleen on her behalf, demanding that she provide them with evidence to complete her investigation.
The former I’m A Celeb star – who was then seven months pregnant – hired a forensic team to analyze her Instagram account and identify the mole that sold fake stories to publish Coleen’s social media profile.
In her first TV interview since the scandal, the mother of five recalled the effect of kickback and subsequent trolls on her physical and mental health.
Rebekka shared: “It just escalated and it wasn’t great. Trolling was the worst part for me.
Overwhelmed by emotion: the reality TV star, 37, revealed that she was in the hospital three times as a result of the trolling she received, comparing the queue to “abused by my stepfather”
WAG-atha: Last October, Rebekah was accused by Coleen, 33, (pictured with Wayne and sons Kai, Klay, Kit, and Cass in December) of leaking stories about her – a claim she denies
The explanation: Coleen was nicknamed “Wagatha Christie” when it was revealed that she had leaked fake stories on her private Instagram
“I don’t need the money”: Rebekka denied all the charges against her minutes after the post and said she had nothing to gain and had no financial motivation
“I’ve been around before and I get it all the time, but it escalated a bit. This was a whole new level …
“I had people sending me messages with nasty things, especially one:” You fat ugly rat. I really hope you and your baby rot. ” I think people just don’t realize when they say things how it affects you.
“It has been the worst thing I’ve experienced since I was abused by my stepfather,” she added brutally.
Becky previously admitted the harrowing sexual abuse she had undergone from the age of 13 until she left the house at the age of 16 and drove a wedge between her and her family. She also tried to take an overdose of 14 years.
Revealing that she was sent to the hospital three times while carrying baby Olivia, she added: “I was struck by severe anxiety attacks and ended up in the hospital three times. I ended up with kidney stones.
“I was terrified, I felt that I could not go outside without people looking at me and asking,” Did she do it? Didn’t she do it? “No one would ever say anything to your face and that is the whole thing with trolls. They won’t tell your face. ”
At the beginning of January, the mother of five revealed the name of their newborn daughter, weeks after a 16-hour birth.
The TV personality excited her long-term partner was her rock during her birth.
“Jamie was brilliant – so supportive and encouraging,” she said Hey! back in January.
“He even tried to crack a joke about the epidural needle to get rid of my thoughts and painful contractions.”
Rebekah revealed that she had suffered anxiety and stress with the thought that the baby would arrive on Christmas Day while her husband was training with Leicester City for his team’s match against Liverpool.
“I was very sick of anxiety and stress and panicked that she would be born on Christmas Day, while Jamie was training and I was alone with the children. The last thing I wanted was to miss Christmas Day with our children, “she said.
The couple shares daughter Sofia, five, and Finley, three, while Becky also has a relationship with Megan (13) and Taylor (nine).
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