Wagatha Christie: Peter Andre managed “only five minutes of sex” with Rebekah Vardy, who said he had “the smallest pants fitting I’ve ever seen,” according to the defamation suit

Rebekah Vardy has said she “deeply regrets” sharing details about the “magnitude of Peter Andre’s manhood” with a newspaper.

rs Vardy, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, testified before the High Court today in her libel battle against Coleen Rooney over allegations that she passed “false stories” to the press.

Mrs Rooney’s attorney, David Sherborne, questioned Mrs Vardy about an interview she had given to the News Of The World about an alleged sexual encounter with singer Peter Andre, and read the headline: ‘Peter is hung like a little chipolata, shaved , sloppy, takes five minutes. ”

Asked if the interview was respectful of Mr Andre, Ms Vardy said: “I was forced into a situation by my ex-husband to do this.”

The lawyer read excerpts from the article, which claimed Mr Andre managed “only five minutes of sex with Rebekah” and in which she said he had “the smallest pant fit I’ve ever seen,” which looked like one “miniature” is chipolata”.

Mr Sherborne suggested to Mrs Vardy that the News Of The World was “the newspaper with the highest circulation”, read by around four million people.

Rebekah Vardy was asked if it was “respectful” to Peter Andre’s “right not to share this information” about her sexual encounter with a newspaper.

She replied: “I was put in a situation by my ex-husband to do this. It’s something I deeply regret… It’s not nice to read and I understand why this is being used and to me this is a mud fight and I’ve also been threatened with a mud fight by Ms Rooney’s team.”

When questioned again by Coleen Rooney’s attorney, David Sherborne, Ms Vardy said: “The circumstances were completely different.”

She later said she did not ask Mr Andre for his permission or tell him in advance that this would happen.

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Mr Sherborne asked: “Was it particularly important to you that the size of his manhood should be made public?”

Ms Vardy replied: “It was something I had to say.”

Earlier, the court heard how Rebekah Vardy “had no choice” but to file the defamation lawsuit against Coleen Rooney to “prove her innocence.”

Ms Rooney, 36, accused Ms Vardy, 40, of leaking “false stories” about her private life to the media in October 2019 after she said she underwent months of “stabbing surgery”.

Former England star Wayne Rooney’s wife was nicknamed “Wagatha Christie” when she publicly claimed her fellow footballer’s wife shared three fake stories she posted on her personal Instagram account with The Sun newspaper.

The fake stories included Ms Rooney’s trip to Mexico for a “gender selection” procedure, her intention to return to television and the basement flooding at her home.

In a now infamous post on Twitter and Instagram, Ms Rooney wrote: “I saved and screened all the original stories which clearly shows only one person viewed them.

“It’s ………. Rebekah Vardy’s account.”

Ms Vardy, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, denies the allegations and is suing Ms Rooney for defamation.


Coleen Rooney arrives at the Royal Courts Of Justice in London as the high profile libel battle between Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney finally goes to trial. Ian West/PA Wire

After months of preliminary negotiations, the full process, which is expected to last seven days, began on Tuesday.

Ms Rooney arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice on Tuesday with her husband, also 36, who had a trophy-rich career at Manchester United and is now Derby County manager.

Dressed in a black suit and with one foot in a splint, she entered the Royal Courts of Justice on the beach through the front entrance, flanked by a crowd of photographers.


Rebekah Vardy arrives at the Royal Courts Of Justice in London, as the high profile libel battle between Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney finally goes to trial. Ian West/PA Wire

Shortly after Mrs. Rooney entered the building, Mrs. Vardy arrived. She wore sunglasses and a long, blue, buttoned dress.

Both women were sitting in front of their lawyers in court when the hearing began.

Ms Vardy’s lawyer, Hugh Tomlinson QC, said the TV personality needed to bring the defamation action to “justify her reputation”.

He said in written submissions: “The allegation in the Post was and remains false: Ms Vardy had not provided the Sun newspaper with any information about Ms Rooney or her friends and family from her private Instagram account.

“Ms. Rooney did not have the ‘irrefutable’ evidence she claimed to have: her so-called ‘due diligence’ was nothing of the sort.

“If anyone leaked information from Mrs. Rooney’s private Instagram, it was not with Mrs. Vardy’s knowledge or consent.”

He continued: “Ms Vardy has made strenuous but unsuccessful attempts to settle the case but the post has not been dismissed.

“As a result, Ms Vardy had no choice but to file this defamation lawsuit to prove her innocence and defend her reputation.”

Mr Tomlinson told the court that Ms Vardy, who was seven months pregnant at the time, and her family were subjected to horrific abuse as a result of the post, including a post calling her a “wicked rat-faced bitch” and Others told her to die and “put her baby in an incinerator.”

He said her husband Jamie Vardy was also exposed to chants about her during football games.

Mr Tomlinson said the affair and subsequent defamation case had become the subject of intense press coverage and a source of “entertainment” in the media, dubbed the “wag wars” and “Wagatha Christie”.

He added: “This is far from an entertaining case, it was deeply disturbing and disturbing.”

He said Ms Rooney’s post on Instagram was liked about 93,000 times, while the Twitter post received more than 300,000 likes.

Mr Tomlinson added: “(Ms Vardy) needs to be able to clear her name through this case in order for her to move on from this horrible episode.”

Ms Rooney defends the claim based on truth and public interest.

In written submissions, her attorney, David Sherborne, said there were “numerous examples of plaintiff and Ms. (Caroline) Watt conspiring to disclose private and personal information about others to the press.”

He continued: “In short, the plaintiff is someone who has secretly provided or attempted to provide the press with private information to which she was privy in relation to a number of people in the football world or other celebrities, and not only of the accused without their consent.”

The lawyer later said there had been “widespread and significant destruction or loss of evidence” in the case, notably the loss of Ms Watt’s phone in the North Sea.

“To borrow from Wilde, to lose a significant set of documents may be considered misfortune, to lose two, carelessness, but to lose 10? This must be cover-up,” he wrote.

The trial before Ms Justice Steyn is continuing with a written decision expected at a later date.

Mr Tomlinson said it was “unfair” for Coleen Rooney not to bring her allegations to Rebekah Vardy before making the social media post with them.

After a lunch break, the lawyer continued to address the court and said, “In this case, no opportunity to comment was given, there was absolutely no urgency.

“It wasn’t immediate news that would go away if time was spent giving an opportunity to respond.”

“Mrs. Rooney could have contacted Mrs Vardy.

“She never did.”

Mr Sherborne said there had been a “series of unfortunate or…unlikely events” in the case and Coleen Rooney remained convinced her allegation in the offending post was true, which is why she has not apologized.

He said some of the abusive posts Rebekah Vardy received were “horrible and not at all what (Mrs Rooney) intended”.

The lawyer added: “Nevertheless, Ms Rooney was right in what she wrote, despite Ms Vardy’s complaint that it was not true.”

He told the court, “Essentially this is a detective story and like any good detective story you never find a person standing over the corpse with a smoking gun.”

He said there were “conclusions”, telling Ms Judge Steyn: “You don’t have to be beyond doubt, you just have to conclude that it is highly probable that Ms Vardy was responsible either directly or through Ms Watt. “

Mr Sherborne told the court the trial would hear both Coleen Rooney and husband Wayne.

Rooney’s cousin and Mrs. Rooney’s brother will also provide evidence, he added.

Mr Sherborne stated that the witnesses would say that “Ms Rooney does not have a proactive PR… unlike Ms Vardy”.

“And unlike Ms. Vardy, she’s not that keen on getting a lot of self-promotion or favorable coverage,” he added. “That was the motive for Ms Vardy leaking information to The Sun.”

Mr Sherborne said witnesses would also state that Ms Rooney “didn’t tell any of them that she was doing this stabbing operation”.

He said it came as a “surprise” to her when her post accusing Ms Vardy was made, he added.

Mr Sherborne said Rebekah Vardy’s case has changed since her original claim.

“What was said then about possible alternatives is not put forward by Ms Vardy now and that is because she and Ms Watt fabricated a series of lies at the time,” he told the court.

The lawyer said it was “particularly telling” how Ms Vardy and Caroline Watt reacted when Coleen Rooney said she suspected someone had leaked a false story about a car accident, arguing they were “terrified”.

“It is Ms Vardy’s reaction to it that shows she was responsible for the leaks,” Mr Sherborne said.

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