Rebekah Vardy has succeeded in a bid to strike out parts of Coleen Rooney’s defence which included allegations of Mrs Vardy’s close relationship with The Sun newspaper and her alleged, but denied, authorship of “The Secret Wag” column in the latest part of the ‘Wagatha Christie’ High Court libel case.
However, the High Court refused to issue summary judgment to Vardy to end parts of the libel battle.
Mrs Rooney had posted a series of “false stories” about her private life on Instagram in 2019, in a bid to find the friend she suspected of leaking stories about her to the media.
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