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Jamie Vardy and Wayne Rooney ‘should tell Rebekah and Coleen to pack their bags’ as Simon Jordan finds himself in ’embarrassing’ Wagatha Christie lawsuit


talkSPORT host Simon Jordan launched a scathing rant on the Wagatha Christie trial, urging Jamie Vardy and Wayne Rooney to ‘stop funding this nonsense’.

Rebakah Vardy and Coleen Rooney, wives of the two former England forwards, are locked in a court battle that has made national headlines in recent days.

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Derby boss Rooney supports his wife in court

The popular case comes after Ms Rooney carried out an ‘undercover operation’ in 2019 and accused Ms Vardy of leaking ‘false stories’ about her private life to the press.

Ms Vardy denies leaking information to the media and is suing Ms Rooney for defamation.

Meanwhile, Ms Rooney defends the claim, saying it is “essentially true” and in the public interest.

Former Crystal Palace owner Jordan certainly doesn’t find it interesting and has given his thoughts on the lawsuit.

He said: “I desperately tried to turn off the TV every time I saw the Wagatha Christie trial.

“My partner works in the media, she works in the news, so she has to cover some of these things.

Jamie Vardy and Wayne Rooney ‘should tell Rebekah and Coleen to pack their bags’ as Simon Jordan finds himself in ’embarrassing’ Wagatha Christie lawsuit

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Ms Vardy testified for more than 10 hours in the first days of the trial


“Each of us sits there and asks, ‘What are these two horrible women really doing?’

“I think what that means for both of their husbands is that they should sit down for a second and say, ‘Ladies, we’re going to stop funding this nonsense, wrap it up, enough now, it’s embarrassing , it’s useless!”

“It’s sad to see things like this take up space and time. These two women need to grow up and realize that there are things much more pressing than their egos, their narcissistic view of the world and what they think they are entitled to.

“If it was my wife, I’m not sure she would go very far in taking legal action over ‘who said what about whom’.”

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