A Twitter user appeared to give Coleen Rooney the blueprint 9 months ago to solve who was leaking her information to the press
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- Coleen Rooney accused Rebekah Vardy of leaking her "false" private Instagram stories to the media without permission.
- Rooney said she figured out the leaker by blocking all of her Instagram followers but one, Vardy, then posting "false" information to see what made its way to the press.
- One Twitter user appeared to have laid the blueprint for Rooney nine months ago by suggesting: "Make a false story tell ppl different things see which 1 comes out = find the culprit."
- Twitter has since celebrated the sleuthing.
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Coleen Rooney, the wife of DC United star Wayne Rooney, on Wednesday posted an Instagram accusing Rebekah Vardy, the wife of Leicester City and England striker Jamie Vardy, of leaking information to The Sun.Rooney said after months of information from her personal Instagram account being leaked to the press, she sought out to find who the culprit was.Advertisement
According to Rooney's Instagram, she blocked all but one user from seeing her stories, weeding out who was leaking the information to the press. She determined it to be Vardy.
"Now I know for certain which account / individual it's come from. I have saved and screenshotted all the original stories which clearly show just one person has viewed them. It's ... Rebekah Vardy's account," Rooney wrote.Read more: Wayne Rooney's wife cleverly worked out who was leaking her private Instagram photos by posting 'false stories' visible to only one person: Jamie Vardy's wife
It appears Rooney may have gotten some sleuthing advice on Twitter. In January, Rooney tweeted about her information being leaked to the press. One user named @dbuzz89 might have given Rooney the blueprint to solving the issue."Make a false story tell ppl different things see which 1 comes out = find the culprit," @dbuzz89 tweeted back to Rooney.@dbuzz89's Twitter bio now boasts, "Detective who recently solved the coleen rooney vs rebekah vardy case."Advertisement
Several people on Twitter have found the tweet and complimented @dbuzz89 on the suggestion.
Apparently, @dbuzz89 has gotten a few media requests.Vardy denied the accusations in a separate Instagram post, saying she had never spoken to the press and was upset with Coleen for accusing her of leaking while "heavily pregnant."Advertisement
According to The Independent's Colin Drury, Vardy is consulting her legal team about the accusation.
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It's happened several times now over the past couple of years. It's sad to think Someone, who I have accepted to follow me is betraying for either money or to keep a relationship with the press.- Coleen Rooney (@ColeenRoo) January 27, 2019
Make a false story tell ppl different things see which 1 comes out = find the culprit- dave (@dbuzz89) January 27, 2019
From January! Coleen has been playing a very long game https://t.co/9nVDPG4jSQ- Tara Mulholland (@tara_mulholland) October 9, 2019
This tweet aged WELL!!!- D (@DonovanRoss) October 9, 2019
Had alot of tv shows / radio shows / papers wanting me about the coleen vs rebekah scandal ... do i need an agent for this ?- dave (@dbuzz89) October 9, 2019
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