DANIELLE Lloyd begged Rebekah Vardy to find her a rich footballer boyfriend before the pair’s explosive WAG war, The Sun Online can reveal.
The glamour model was “desperate” to get back into the WAG circle – with the claims surfacing today as she waded into the sensational row between Vardy and Coleen Rooney.
Lloyd today claimed she had been involved in “similar run-ins” with pregnant Vardy after the 37-year-old was accused of leaking stories about fellow WAG Coleen.
But Jamie Vardy’s wife hit back, saying: “She is just fuming that I ‘didn’t get Jamie recruiting’ for her like she asked me to…”
And a source backed up the claims of Vardy, telling the Sun Online: “Danielle said she was miserable and bored and desperate for her old showbiz life back – she wanted Jamie to ask his footballer mates if they wanted to date her.
“She was keen to bag herself a rich top footballer – as far as she was concerned Becky had the glamorous millionaire lifestyle she’d always dreamed of and so she begged her for help to get back into that circle.”
The source added: “Unfortunately Danielle was left disappointed as nothing panned out.”
Lloyd was once a serial WAG after dating top footballers including Teddy Sheringham, Marcus Bent, Jamie O’Hara and Jermaine Defoe. She is now married to Brummie electrician Michael O’Neill.
It comes as:
- Rebekah Vardy begged Coleen Rooney to believe she didn’t leak stories
- Pregnant Vardy was targeted by vile trolls saying ‘hope your baby dies’
- Danielle Lloyd calls Rebekah Vardy a ‘rat’ after their Twitter spat
- Coleen Rooney ‘used a professional MOLE-HUNTER’ to find leak
- Pals said they feared the pair would ‘never be friends again’ over the spat
- Wayne Rooney’s cousin Claire brands Rebekah Vardy a snake and rat as she rallies around the WAG
- If you’re struggling to keep up, here’s a list of who’s who – and whose side they’re on
Danielle had been quick to stick the boot into Vardy after the WAG row sensationally broke out yesterday – tweeting three rat emojis in response.
And she today claimed on This Morning she “wasn’t surprised” over the drama, adding: “I wasn’t shocked, I have had run ins with Rebekah over similar things.”
But Vardy was quick to respond, taking to Twitter to write: “Danielle Lloyd making false claims on This Morning that we have had ‘similar run-ins’ is utter *******s.
The WAG drama that exploded on social media yesterday has seen claims Coleen Rooney, 33, and Vardy will “never be friends again”.
WAR OF WORDS
It first unfolded that Coleen had turned detective to find the culprit who was leaking stories about her.
Coleen decided Rebekah must be the culprit, something the pregnant WAG has strongly denied.
She then blocked all but Rebekah from her private Instagram account and posted a number of fictitious tales which then made it to the Press.
And it has today been claimed the initial fallout was sparked by a cheating jibe.
In an interview with Fabulous, Rebekah said: “I wouldn’t stand for it if my husband cheated on me, I wouldn’t put up with that in a million years.
“If I was prepared to put up with that behaviour, where would my self-respect be? What example would I be to my kids?”
Rebekah Vardy immediately hit back and denied any involvement with the ‘leaking’ of stories[/caption]
She was speaking after Coleen had famously forgiven Wayne for a number of incidents throughout their marriage, which included a threesome with prostitutes while she was pregnant.
But friends revealed Rebekah wept down the phone to Coleen – begging her to believe she was not to blame over the leaks.
Instead, Coleen shared an explosive tweet, writing she had long held a “suspicion” over who it was.
She then said: “I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them.
“It’s……… Rebekah Vardy’s account.”
Vardy, who is heavily pregnant, immediately wrote her own statement to ask why Coleen didn’t call her before the post, insisting: “What would I gain from selling stories on you?”
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Each of the stories provided to The Sun was put to Coleen’s representatives before publication, and on each occasion they declined to comment.
A Sun Spokesperson said: “Like all reputable media organisations, we don’t comment on sources.”
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