Rebekah Vardy "signs huge deal" for tell all documentary
It's happening, maybe.
Rebekah Vardy has reportedly signed onto a huge deal to be involved in a tell-all documentary about the recent Wagatha Christie trial.
Rebekah lost the libel case against Coleen Rooney in July after a seven day trial in London’s High Court.
A source has since told The Sun: “Becky has been inundated with offers ever since the trial ended.”
“She has made no secret she believes she has been hard done by and is keen for her voice to be heard,” the source continued.
“Right now, she is facing the prospect of a hefty legal bill and sees this documentary as a way to recoup some of the costs. Obviously, her fee won’t be anything like the cost of her lawyers, but it will help.”
Rebekah isn't the only one to snap up a deal like this, Coleen herself has signed onto a "multi-million pound" deal with Disney+, giving the rights to her own tell-all documentary about the Wagatha Christie case.
The Sun has reported that the deal will make Coleen the "main breadwinner" in her family, outdoing her husband Wayne Rooney.
While the case itself might be over, Rebekah and Coleen are reportedly set to see each other face to face once again in court as they settle legal fees.
Legal costs for both sides are reported to be upwards of £1 million for both sides.
In a now-viral tweet, Rooney claimed that she configured her Instagram story settings so that only Vardy could see them, and posted false stories there as part of a "sting operation".
Rooney shared stories about a flooding in her house, as well as travelling to Mexico to undergo gender selection treatment during pregnancy. These stories ended up being published in the British press.
Vardy denied leaking the stories, while Rooney has said that the claims made in her post were "substantially true".