If only Wayne Rooney had been as helpful as captain of England’s extensive-struggling countrywide soccer staff as his spouse has demonstrated to be as an web sleuth.
In an effort just one appreciative supporter described as deserving of a Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting, Coleen Rooney used a crafty social-media lure to identify that the spouse of yet another noteworthy British footballer had been leaking stories to the Sun about her.
Rooney, dubbed “WAGatha Christie” for the detective get the job done that she undertook to unmask her tormenter (WAG refers to the wives and girlfriends of qualified athletes), spelled out in a tweet how she’d concluded Rebekah Vardy was the villain in this pretty-2019 mystery:
As you can see by the likes, the tweet went viral.
Even in advance of this blew up on social media, Vardy, the wife of England national-workforce member Jamie Vardy, a striker with Leicester Metropolis, was now very well-recognized for appearances on the British daytime converse show “Loose Girls,” and also for her role in the popular 2017 collection “I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!”
Vardy, for her component, immediately took to Instagram to deny the allegations, blaming other people who have experienced entry to her account:
And with that, Twitter
was off and functioning:
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