A courtroom burst into laughter this afternoon over Rebekah Vardy ’s response to a question about her agent’s phone falling into the North Sea
Vardy, 40, denies the allegations and is suing Rooney for libel.The court previously heard Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt was unable to supply her messages between herself, Mr Boyle and another reporter Andy Halls.Vardy said: “No, absolutely not.”As journalists and members of the public chuckled, Mrs Justice Steyn, who is hearing the trial, told Vardy: “It just means at the bottom of the sea.”
Mr Sherborne said Vardy was “fishing” when she went on to ask Rooney: “Have you been through all your followers? No-one with any celeb magazine links? What about being hacked?”“Yet you are passing yourself to her as someone who hates The Sun, coming up with excuses like ‘maybe you have been hacked, maybe someone with celeb links’.”
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Wagatha Christie: Rooney vs Vardy libel trial beginsOn the opening day of Rebekah Vardy and Colleen Rooney's ‘ Wagatha Christie ’ libel trial at the High Court - rival claims about destroyed evidence took centre stage. MinnieStephC4 has the latest. MinnieStephC4 'its............... Rebecca Vardy' MinnieStephC4 Who gives a fuck. MinnieStephC4 Why are you reporting rich people squabbling when normal people can’t even pay their bills? It’s like irrelevant fluff like Johnny Depp & Amber Heard. Report NEWS please.
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A courtroom burst into laughter this afternoon over Rebekah Vardy’s response to a question about her agent’s phone falling into the North Sea.Rooney is fighting the libel case, insisting her original allegation about Vardy leaking stories to The Sun newspaper was true.Listen to this article Loading audio.Rebekah Vardy was left confused after Coleen Rooney's lawyer made a niche nautical pun while he interrogated the WAG over publicist Caroline Watt’s missing phone.
Vardy, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, is giving evidence for a third day in her libel trial with Coleen Rooney. Rooney, married to England star Wayne, accused Vardy of leaking stories from her private Instagram account in the now-famous ‘Wagatha Christie’ tweet in October 2019. Show latest updates Recap: What did we learn on day 1 of the ‘Wagatha Christie’ trial? Good morning and welcome to our live coverage of day two of the ‘Wagatha Christie’ trial. Vardy, 40, denies the allegations and is suing Rooney for libel. Mrs Rooney's barrister David Sherborne opened questioning on Thursday with a joke, saying Mrs Vardy was "saved by the bell" yesterday after her testimony was cut short by a fire alarm. The WAG was being asked by Rooney’s lawyer David Sherborne about an article in The Sun by Simon Boyle that referenced a picture of Wayne and his children on Coleen’s private Instagram.30am, but here is a recap of the key things which occured on day one of the trial. Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. While the mum-of-two denied the claims, Mr Sherborne then spoke of the absence of the WhatsApp messages.
You can sign up at the top of the page. She said she suffered palpitations while seven months pregnant when she was publicly accused of leaking stories to the media about Coleen Rooney in October 2019." Mr Sherborne referred to a message exchange between Mrs Vardy and her agent, Caroline Watt, at the time, in which Ms Watt said she had "got a photographer sorted for tomorrow" and Mrs Vardy replied "OK". The court previously heard Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt was unable to supply her messages between herself, Mr Boyle and another reporter Andy Halls. This was because her phone had “fallen into the North Sea during a boat trip”. Hugh Tomlinson QC also told the court that Rooney revelled “in the attention of the Agatha Christie story”. Mr Sherborne asked Vardy: “That article refers explicitly to a post on Mrs Rooney’s Instagram account doesn't it? I put it to you that that came from you through Ms Watt to Mr Boyle. Mr Sherborne suggested that a message to Ms Watt which said "I have bought about 10 minutes" referred to the fact Mrs Vardy was delaying some of the women from posting a group photograph on social media because a photographer hiding in the bushes had taken a picture of them all and they "didn't want to lose their exclusive"." Vardy said: “No, absolutely not. Vardy accepted the article was “not nice” and “absolutely” disrespectful to Mr Andre, but insisted she had not wanted to take part in the interview. It read: “The grass strikes again.
” Making reference to the phone falling overboard, the lawyer continued: “The shame is Mrs Vardy, that Mr Boyle’s WhatsApp messages with Mrs Watt, just as with Mr Halls, are lying at the bottom of the sea in Davy Jones’ locker.” Vardy responded: “Who is Davy Jones?” As journalists and members of the public chuckled, Mrs Justice Steyn, who is hearing the trial, told Vardy: “It just means at the bottom of the sea. “I was forced into a situation”, she added..” The court heard Rooney was “very upset” about the article and posted on her private Instagram account saying: “The grass strikes again.” Vardy then messaged Rooney describing someone who would leak stories as “d***heads” and said “The Sun of all people”, adding: “Hope you are OK”.” MORE ABOUT. Mr Sherborne said Vardy was “fishing” when she went on to ask Rooney: “Have you been through all your followers? No-one with any celeb magazine links? What about being hacked?” He said: “It’s totally disingenuous isn’t it Mrs Vardy? “You know perfectly well you have been responsible through Ms Watt, as we see through a number of these posts, to pass information to The Sun. She was accused of having "selective amnesia" over her version of events, and said: "You can't get your story straight. For more of the latest showbiz and TV news from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.
“Yet you are passing yourself to her as someone who hates The Sun, coming up with excuses like ‘maybe you have been hacked, maybe someone with celeb links’.” Vardy said: “No, I don’t say I hate The Sun.” The trial heard earlier that Vardy was invited as a "special guest" to the National Television Awards by The Sun and sat in the newspaper's box. because you're lying. Rooney's lawyers allege Vardy must have told Mr Halls about a post on Rooney's Instagram about getting into a car crash at the event. Asked if Mr Halls was at the event, Vardy said: "He may have been there but I don't remember seeing him.
" Mr Sherborne then showed Vardy a post from her Instagram after the event, in which she thanked Mr Halls for inviting her in the caption. Mrs Vardy, who was watched throughout by Mrs Rooney, who sat metres away in the courtroom, at one point grew tearful at the start of a question about some of the abuse she and her family have received. He said: "You are deliberately trying to distance yourself from the suggestion you and Watt spoke to him that night and told him about the car crash post." Vardy replied: "No." Rebekah Vardy left the courtroom crying after a tense exchange with Coleen Rooney's barrister during their libel trial. Mrs Rooney, wearing a black dress, walked side-by-side with her husband, who was wearing a blue suit. David Sherborne, for Rooney, had been questioning Vardy about one of the fake posts Rooney posted on her private Instagram account as part of her Wagatha Christie sting.
Mr Sherborne misspoke and said it was Vardy who had "gone to Mexico to look at gender selection" to which she responded: "It wasn't me who went to Mexico, it was Mrs Rooney." The lawyer said: "Is that your best point?" Vardy's lawyer Hugh Tomlinson QC then stood up and said: "Mr Sherborne keeps making remarks and if the witness is in the box for a long time it can be unpleasant. Coleen Rooney will give evidence on Friday." Mrs Justice Steyn, who is hearing the trial, said: "It is unnecessary." She added the court did "not have time" for the remarks and cross-examination resumed for a few seconds before she asked Vardy if she wanted a break. Vardy nodded and grabbed a handful of tissues before leaving the courtroom for several minutes. Mrs Vardy, who is married to Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, denies leaking stories to the media and is suing her fellow footballer's wife for libel, while Mrs Rooney is defending the claim on the basis her post was "substantially true".
The trial continues. For updates on all your favourite celebs, sign up to our daily newsletter here. . Picture: Getty Mrs Vardy also said they were "gossiping" or she was "just joking" when questioned about messages between them allegedly about leaking information on a cheating footballer in 2019 and former Leicester City player Riyad Mahrez missing training in 2018.