Vardy and Rooney have been in a public feud since Rooney accused Vardy of leaking private information from her Instagram account to the British press earlier this week.
Rebekah explained: "I do feel sorry for her in some ways, we have both been the subject of stories that are not nice and you don't know where they have come from". "It was not an easy phone call". "What she's shocked about, and what I quite agree with, is how publicly Coleen has done it". "The whole world hates me!'" Vardy said.
In her statement, Rooney said: "For years now, someone who I trusted to follow me on my personal Instagram account has been consistently informing The SUN newspaper of my private posts and stories". 'You can tell it that you are right and it is wrong, but it's still going to shit in your hair'.
After seeing Coleen's long Instagram post about the Instagram account she claims was leaking info about her to The Sun, Danielle commented with a string of rat emojis. However, Rebekah is determined to clear her name and find out who really leaked the fake stories, admitting she is not convinced it came from her account, and she has not been presented with any evidence by Coleen's legal team.
"If it was her account, Becky is unlikely to ever reveal who did it even when she does find out", the source said. "I would never have done anything like this and certainly not to Coleen".
Coleen's bombshell Twitter post has resulted in a number of twisted trolls targeting Rebekah, who is pregnant.
Vardy, who is seven months pregnant, told Daily Mail on Friday, "I have been told that I should die, that my children should die, my unborn child should die".
He added: 'So then we will go to BT and ask for the address that had that account, so we will get an address and get down to a person in a house.
The jibe could be seen as a thinly veiled reference to Coleen's well-documented marriage problems with husband Wayne and reports of infidelity. As for how she came to that conclusion, well, it took almost half a year's worth of scheming: "Over the past five months, I have posted a series of false stories to see if they made their way into the Sun newspaper", she wrote in a statement explaining her process of elimination on Twitter.
The result? A social media storm of memes, parodies, gifs, you name it. Twitter is ablaze over the so-called "wag wars", branding Coleen "WAG-atha Christie" for her fairly impressive detective skills.
She added in a second tweet: "On a more serious note I've been inundated with messages from everyone but I'm not saying anything more until we've finished looking into this situation properly".