Rebekah Vardy lashes out at Danielle Lloyd for making 'false claims' on 'This Morning'

Amy West
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Rebekah Vardy has slammed Danielle Lloyd for making “false claims” about her following her social media spat with fellow WAG Coleen Rooney.

Lloyd appeared on This Morning today to discuss how Rooney publicly accusing footballer Jamie Vardy’s wife of leaking private stories to the tabloids over the last few months.

Vardy was quick to deny the allegations, but Lloyd - who was previously married to Billericay Town player-manager Jamie O’Hara and suggests she’s had her own negative experiences with Vardy - told presenting duo Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield that she wasn’t surprised to hear who was named as the person reportedly telling-all.

Rebekah Vardy has slammed fellow WAG Danielle Lloyd for making 'false claims' about her during on 'This Morning' following her public feud with Coleen Rooney (Photo by Matteo Ciambelli/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Now, Vardy has taken to Twitter to say: “Danielle Lloyd making false claims on @thismorning that we have had ‘similar run-ins’ is utter b*****ks. She is just fuming that I ‘didn’t get Jamie recruiting’ for her like she asked me to...”


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In a follow-up tweet, 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.”

On the ITV daytime show, Lloyd had said: “Obviously like everybody else, you read it and you think, ‘Oh my gosh’ but I wasn’t as shocked seeing who it actually allegedly was. It’s definitely come from Becky’s account so who was it?”

The 35-year-old wasn’t afraid to make it known whose side she’s on either, saying: “I think she did it. Sadly, I really do. I think it’s a shame because she probably never thought she was going to get caught out.

Danielle Lloyd has come out in support of Coleen Rooney, after she publicly accused Rebekah Vardy of sharing private details of her life to the tabloids (Photo by Joe Maher/Getty Images)

“It’s obviously not [for] money. I think it’s the press issue. I think she thought, maybe, if she was feeding the press stories, she would get more headlines for herself. I could never do that to somebody.”

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Reacting to Vardy’s retort on Twitter, Lloyd seemed to insinuate that the former is The Sun’s anonymous Secret Wag columnist, who writes explosive stories about the lives of several footballers’ wives.

“Do you mean like how the sun recruited you Luv,” she said. “#secretwag we are all entitled to our opinions and we all know it came from your account attacking me won’t take that away another low blow by you #notagirlsgirl.”

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