Rebekah Vardy, who lost her libel case against Wagatha Christie to Coleen Rooney, has made a cryptic “karma” admission.
Speaking to a tabloid, the 40-year-old said she still has “some” wives and girlfriends of footballers in her circle of friends.
Former reality TV contestant Rebekah also revealed that she’s given advice to “many” WAGs.
However, Rebekah mysteriously hinted that she would shy away from “a lot” of “stuff” she knows because she believed karma “gets around.”
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Rebekah denied an allegation by Coleen in 2019 that her Instagram account was the source of leaked stories and sued Coleen for defamation.
A judge ruled in Coleen’s favor last Friday (July 29), several weeks after the trial ended in May.
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“The lawsuit was dismissed. The defendant has succeeded in making the essence of the defamation essentially true,” the verdict said.
Rebekah later said she was “devastated” by the judge’s findings.
“I am very saddened and disappointed by the judge’s decision. It’s not the result I expected, nor do I think it was fair,” she said.
“Bullied and manipulated”
In her interview with The Sun, Rebekah claims “life is too short” to hold grudges.
But she also claims the cross-examination at the trial was “horrible,” and that she was “bullied” and “manipulated.”
“I was [bleep]- ashamed, I was ashamed of things I had done 20 years or more ago. I felt bullied,” she claimed.
Additionally, Rebekah added that she “felt like a killer at times.”
Furthermore, while Rebekah has “no regrets,” she suggests she would have changed how the case was “driven by a narrative bias.”
‘Karma Comes Around’
Rebekah also shrugs off any friends and fans lost during the protracted feud.
She insists she prefers to keep her husband’s work separate from her private life.
Still, she adds, “In terms of other wives and girlfriends, I’m still friends with quite a few. Many of them came to me for advice. Many have asked me many things.
I know a lot of stuff… but I’m silent.
“I have given a lot of advice to certain people who are not named. I know a lot of stuff… but I’m silent. Karma comes in its own time.”
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