Vardy's wife receives death threats after Coleen Rooney's leak allegations

If you somehow missed the news, Coleen Rooney accused someone of leaking fake stories about her to The Sun and then she said it was...

Speaking to the Mail Online (not The Sun, Coleen), Vardy really did not mince her words.

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"She is just fuming that I "didn't get Jamie recruiting" for her like she asked me to".

In a previous tweet, Vardy refuted claims made by reality TV star Danielle Lloyd - the wife of footballer Jamie O'Hara - who waded into the row with an appearance on ITV's This Morning. Why's that? Because it would be pointless, Vardy said.

"She spent months compiling this and knows she isn't wrong about the account which saw the stories", an insider said of Rooney's social media investigation. I found her very darkish...

Rooney, the spouse of former England soccer captain Wayne, made headlines around the globe after alleging she had turned detective to show Vardy's Instagram account was the supply of leaked tales about her personal life. But the question of whether or not she would play Rooney in a movie prompted Knightley to react with full-blown enthusiasm: "Brilliant, done", she said. Fittingly enough, she was at a press junket for her new film Official Secrets, in which she stars as a whistleblower who leaks a key email to the press, thereby exposing the U.S. and U.K. governments' apparent plans to sway the United Nations into supporting an invasion of Iraq. She also said she is not the only person who has access to her Instagram account.

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'It was not an easy phone call.

She has even received death threats, with people saying they hope she - and her unborn baby - dies.

"I wasn't going to say anything but it has gone so extreme".

"I'll deal with it privately behind the scenes, because I never want anybody to have to go through the upset which I have suffered over the last few days". Now I know for certain which account/individual it's come from.

We've asked for the proof, but it's not been forthcoming'.

"[It's] brilliant. Somebody said that it was the best thing that had ever happened, ever, on social media", Knightley said on Thursday.

You can read the full interview here.

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