COLEEN Rooney has once again slammed Rebekah Vardy as she called her texts 'evil' which left her 'knocked her sick'.
The wife of former England footballer Wayne Rooney, has spoken out about her experience of the 'Wagatha Christie' saga for the first time.
Coleen, 37, revealed she was sickened by unearthed messages between Rebekah, 41, and her former agent.
The exchange saw the two personalities discuss her late sister Rosie, who died from Rett syndrome in 2013 aged 14.
"The texts knocked me sick, they were just another level," Rooney admitted to British Vogue.
"When I was reading them I was thinking: the evilness and the hatred that they had for someone that they don’t even know."
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Despite her high-court win, Coleen is trying to move on with her life, but she still feels "uneasy" about that first post which caught the country by storm.
"What I said in that post, I still stick by today," she explained.
And when asked if anyone knew what she was doing, she says she even surprised members of her her closest circle.
She admitted: "[The part] my friends and family were most surprised at me [for was] putting the post up."
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Coleen also admits that the case took a toll on her marriage to ex-footballer Wayne, as she had to spend so much time dealing with her legal team.
"He was supportive, you know, but it took its toll. He kept saying all the way throughout it: 'Don’t worry, you’ll be fine'," she admitted.
"But there were certain moments where we did have disagreements. Not over the case, but he would get annoyed with me because I was quite short-tempered."
She added: "I didn’t have time for him, I lost my focus."
And there is no love lost between Coleen and Rebekah after the case, as she admitted they were not even that close to begin with.
On her prior relationship to Rebekah Vardy she revealed: "She was in the public eye. I thought she would be protective over that kind of thing.
"We could associate, because our husbands had played for England together. But she doesn’t live around here. She wasn’t a friend. I’ve never socialised with her."
The war of the WAGs first began when Coleen sensationally turned detective to uncover a friend who was telling tales to the media.
She spoke out about her experiences in October 2019, ending the tweet with the jaw-dropping line: 'It's… Rebekah Vardy's account'.
Rebekah sued the newly dubbed 'Wagatha Christie' for libel, denying she was the media source. But in July last year she lost the case when Coleen's post was found to be 'substantially true' by a judge.
Rebekah had claimed the Instagram post had cost her a book deal and an endorsement for placenta capsules, while also acting as a lightning rod for people to abuse her on social media.
Coleen went on to win a High Court legal battle with Becky last summer after the latter accused Coleen of libel.
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The Wagatha Christie legal fight is already the subject of a stage show and a Channel 4 drama, whilst Rebekah also conducted a tell-all interview with Talk TV.
Rebekah previously told The Sun that the case left her with nightmares and symptoms of PTSD and that she 'felt physically sick' when she spoke about the trial.
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