Everyone knows that footballers' wives and girlfriends often make for popular tabloid fodder, but when Coleen Rooney realised that someone with access to her private Instagram was leaking stories to The Sun, she made a decision to take matters into her own hands by laying an intricate trap for the follower who was betraying her.
A source close to Vardy, 37, told The Sun: 'She is prepared to see Coleen in court if necessary'. Coleen then planted several false stories about herself on her Instagram stories, which were subsequently published on The Sun after Rebekah's account viewed them.
"It was not a simple telephone name".
She went on to say that over the last five months, she'd conducted an experiment to determine which account belonged to the tell-all, detailing how she "blocked everyone from viewing [her] Instagram Stories apart from ONE account" and posting a series of false stories to see whether they'd made it into the tabloids. The whole world hates me!'
She wrote: "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".
"I don't know why on earth she would do this to me".
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"I have never felt that it was my place to talk about someone else or their relationships".
And now Rebekah has exposed what exactly was said during the phone call.
He went on: 'Everything on the internet is traceable to an individual, so we will be able to find out one way or another whether this was someone using Rebekah's account without permission, or if it was her with the data behind it'.
"Over the past years various people have had access to my Insta".
Today, Danielle Lloyd stepped things up by speaking out against Rebekah on This Morning - prompting a further hitback from Mrs Vardy online.
We've asked for the proof, but it's not been forthcoming'.
Whereas everyone looks to be wading into the debate to fragment what they mediate came about, all eyes are on Rebekah to try and whisper her innocence after she hired "forensic IT consultants" to try and clear her title.
'I have no idea who it could be.