Coleen Rooney said somebody utilizing Rebekah Vardy's Instagram record has spilled stories and personal information about her. This has developed into a Twitter war between the two footballers' spouses that held Britain on October 9. She said that she has identified the stories were originating from the TV reality star Vardy, the spouse of Leicester City striker and ex-England international Jamie Vardy. She tweeted that somebody whom she trusted to pursue her on her Instagram handle had been consistently advising the media about her private posts and stories. Rooney seemed to be very disturbed and annoyed.
I learned who Coleen Rooney was two hours ago and I'm now ready to go on television and talk about it.— Lizzie O'Leary (@lizzieohreally) October 9, 2019
She said an ample amount of information has been shared about her, her friends and her family all without her permission and knowledge. The 33-year-old, Rooney said she blocked everyone apart from an Instagram page belonging to Vardy to see her Instagram posts and stories. She said that she had posted a series of fake stories that even made headlines into the Sun tabloid. She said that she has saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly shows that just one person has viewed them. She said it is Rebekah Vardy's account. Vardy tweeted in response that if she thought this was happening she could have informed her so that she could have changed her password to see if it stopped. She said over the years a lot of people had access to her Instagram account and to her utter surprise, she said she was following people whom she doesn't know or have never followed herself.
It’s happened several times now over the past couple of years. It’s sad to think Someone, who I have accepted to follow me is betraying for either money or to keep a relationship with the press.— Coleen Rooney (@ColeenRoo) January 27, 2019
Vardy said she is very upset because of Rooney's accusations. The reality star said that she is not interested in these kinds of stuff and what would she gain selling stories of Rooney. She said it is disgusting for making false accusations against her and repeatedly kept saying that she should have called her the first time when she found something is wrong. The two women were trending on Twitter. Online streaming service came up with a joke about the spat tweeting: "We're going to have to make a documentary about this, aren't we."
Rebekah Vardy is more searched than Brexit in the UK today. pic.twitter.com/ZwUgOtCSxB— GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) October 9, 2019