Rebekah Vardy allegedly threatened Coleen Rooney with legal action for allegedly publishing staged Instagram stories, and she warned, "Believe me, or we'll face trial."
Coleen accused WAG colleague Rebekah on Wednesday of having sold stories to the press after she made a clever trick to find out who had left her personal Instagram account.
After the fierce debate that took place this week in social media and in the newspapers, they are now to communicate with each other through their lawyers.
A source close to highly pregnant Vardy now claims she is fully prepared to go to court against her WAG colleagues when she refuses to believe her innocence.
WAGs at war: Rebekah Vardy (left) has threatened Coleen Rooney (right) with legal action
A source near Vardy, 37, told The Sun, "She's ready to see Coleen in court if necessary."
As Rebekah found out, she works with IT experts to find out who else has accessed her private account to prove she's not behind the leak.
In the meantime, friends of Coleen say that she will not bring any further evidence as she is satisfied with her own investigation.
Rebekah had previously asked to see screenshots of Instagram stories and who had seen them.
Coleen accused WAG colleagues Rebekah on Wednesday after she staged a clever trick to find out who's selling stories from her private Instagram account
The full statement: Coleen claimed these allegations on Instagram after discovering that she had been cheated on by someone nearby, and concluded that this was Rebekah's report
She also said arguing with Coleen was like quarreling with a dove when the war of words escalated this week.
At the Victoria Derbyshire Show on Thursday, attorney Phil Sherrell of the law firm Bird and Bird, who did not work with Rooney or Vardy, said what could be Rebekah's next move.
Regarding Coleen's original social media post, Mr. Sherrell said, "The question here is what the person who reads this tweet and Instagram post thinks he is?
"Does she say it's Rebekah? Or does she say it's Rebekah's report? When I read this, although the last part speaks of the account as an account, there are some uses of the word "person". I think there is a good argument that it is Rebekah, or at least very likely that it is Rebekah.
At this point, Rebekah has a claim. But where is she going? That brings them to court, where we'll see if it's true or not. & # 39;
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He continued, "Everything on the Internet is understandable to one person, so we can somehow find out if this was someone who used Rebekah's account without permission, or if it was with the data behind it."
Victoria asked, "So how do you know exactly how to find out who had access to your account?"
Mr. Sherrell then replied, "Yes, Rebekah can go to Instagram and ask" when and on what date my Instagram was accessed. "For example, they'll say," This Monday at 10am, someone will have that broadband account Your account accessed, for example B. BT ".
He added, "Then we will go to BT and ask for the address that had this account, so we get an address and get to a person in a house.
"And it's true, with everything on the internet you can find out who it is, if you look closely."
An insider told MailOnline exclusively on Wednesday evening, "Rebekah wants to prove she has nothing to do with the leaked stories, and works with a lawyer and IT experts who can view the Instagram-based forensics that several people have access to . "
They added: "Rebekah was incredibly stressed and has not stopped sobbing all day, which is very atypical for her.
"The whole situation has disturbed her and she still does not understand why Coleen did not turn to her first to ask her directly about the problem.
The police visited Jamie's and Rebekah Vardy's home after Ms. Vardy received death threats after her quarrel with Wayne Rooney's wife Coleen
Pregnant Rebekah, who was with her husband last month, has posted some of the news she received online
"She flies home from Dubai early because she feels her time abroad is spoiled and she just wants to be surrounded by a family.
A spokesman for Coleen said, "It's irrefutable that the leaks came from one account and only one account."
The scandal has hit the nation to such an extent that police officers went home to the Vardys for the terrible trolling they faced.
The couple are on vacation in Dubai, but the police have arrived in Lincolnshire to check the security after the vile news that Rebekah received.
The Lincolnshire police spent about 20 minutes at the property talking to the security forces.
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