Coleen Rooney offers Rebekah Vardy peace deal to end legal battle – but only if she admits Insta account was the source

NINTCHDBPICT000353256917 1 WG5x6O

COLEEN Rooney has offered to end her infamous Wagatha Christie court battle with Rebekah Vardy – but only if Vardy admits her Instagram account was the source of a series of leaked stories.

The Sun exclusively revealed the offer of an 11th-hour peace deal would see both making a substantial donation to charity.

Coleen Rooney has offered Rebekah Vardy an 11th-hour peace deal to avoid a High Court showdown
Coleen Rooney is ready to drop her legal action but wants Vardy to admit her Instagram account was the source of the leaks
Coleen and Rebekah (pictured) are due to slog it out at mediation in the next fortnight in a bid to avoid a five-day libel fight in the summer
Vardy has denied being behind the leaked stories after being publicly accused by Rooney

The Mail Online reports Coleen’s team is ready to accept Rebekah, 39, knew nothing about the leaks if she admits her Instagram account was behind them.

The agreement would suggest a member of Vardy’s team was behind the leaking of stories to the media without her knowledge.

Both WAGs would also pay their own costs, a move known in legal circles as a “drop hands” settlement.

And they would “agree to disagree” on the central claims made by Coleen, 34, in her Wagatha post.

A source previously told The Sun on Sunday: “Coleen has tried to settle this on three previous occasions.

“She’s acutely aware of the ridiculous spectacle this has become at a time when people are dying from Covid.

<!--googleoff: all-->
    <div class="sun-grid-container sun-grid-container--white">

<div class="sun-row ">
    <div class="col sun-col-6">

        <div class="rail rail--classic  rail--trending theme-showbiz" data-slide-count="4" data-slide-count-tablet="4">             <div class="swiper-container">

                <div class="rail__header">

                                        <h3 class="rail__title theme__after-color">Most read in Showbiz</h3>


                <div class="swiper-pagination theme__swiper-pagination"></div>

                <div class="swiper-wrapper">


How Louise Redknapp’s ‘perfect’ life hid private battle as her marriage ended

baby joy

Paloma Faith gives birth to baby girl via C-section as she shares first picture


Ne-Yo ‘abuses stardom’ by demanding cash to promote struggling artists


Love Island millionaires Gabby, Kem and Olivia claiming furlough handouts


Charlotte Dawson reveals heartbreaking pictures of her lowest moments as a mum


Dancing On Ice’s Joe-Warren & Vanessa cosy up after 10 days in Covid hotel

                <div class="swiper-button-prev theme__background-color-rgba-80"></div>
                <div class="swiper-button-next theme__background-color-rgba-80"></div>

            </div><!-- .swiper-container -->
        </div><!-- .rail .{rail} .swiper-video-rail .{theme-slug} -->

    </div><!-- .col .sun-col-6 -->
</div><!-- .sun-row .{row} .rail-video-index-->
</div> <!-- .sun-grid-container .sun-grid-container-{color} -->
<!--googleon: all-->

“As far as she is concerned this has gone too far.

“The legal costs on both sides are well into six figures.”

Source: Showbiz – latest celebrity news, gossip, photos, TV and film reviews | The Sun | Read More