Rebekah Vardy is giving her first interview since losing to Coleen Rooney in the so-called Wagatha Christie trial, stressing once again that she ‘did not do it’.
In a teaser clip for the interview, Vardy breaks down in tears as she tells her side of the story.
The clip from the 40-year-old’s conversation with TalkTV’s Kate McCann, which is set to air on TV this week, opens with Vardy reluctant to answer a particular question put to her.
‘Oh come on… you can’t ask me that,’ she says.
Vardy, who’s married to England footballer Jamie Vardy, doubles down on her claim that she did not leak ‘false stories’ about Rooney, 36, to the press, after she was originally accused of doing so in October 2019.
‘I will say that till I’m blue in the face – I did not do it,’ she affirms.
The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star, who said she felt ‘extremely disappointed’ after the verdict of the trial was announced, tells McCann how she feels ‘let down’ following the judge’s ruling.
‘I feel let down by a lot of people, a lot of things. But mostly I feel let down by the legal system,’ she states.
She then breaks down in tears, her eyes welling up as she continues with the interview.
People will have to wait until tomorrow night to find out the full extent of what Vardy has to say, amid the report that a TV drama about the libel trial is in the works.
Coleen and me… is due to air on Wednesday August 3 at 7pm on TalkTV.