Danielle Lloyd reveals ‘trauma’ of being dragged into Wagatha Christie case

Danielle Lloyd has discussed the “trauma” she experienced after being dragged into Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy’s Wagatha Christie case.

The seven-day trial took place in May 2022 after Rebekah accused Coleen of libel for publicly alleging that she was the person leaking stories about her and her family to the press.

Today, Friday 29 July, it was revealed that Coleen had won the trial as the judge said it was “likely” that Rebekah's agent at the time, Caroline Watt, “undertook the direct act” of passing the information to The Sun.

During the explosive trial, Danielle’s name was brought up after texts from Rebekah showed her referring to the model as a “nasty b***h”, and she’s now spoken out in light of Coleen’s victory.

She told TalkTV of being dragged into the case: ““The whole thing has just been like a pantomime, it’s been crazy.

“I’m thankful the whole thing is over because so many people have been brought into it. It’s not been nice for anyone involved.”

“Coleen’s had justice. A lot of nasty things were said about myself, a lot of traumatic things that were brought up, stuff that I wouldn’t like to have remembered or talked about again. I feel like justice has been done and now hopefully there’s a line and people can just get on with their lives.”

At the time of the trial, Danielle spoke out in support of Coleen.

Danielle appeared on Talk TV where she admitted it had been "heartbreaking" to hear herself referenced during the trial.

"Honestly, it really upset me and, you know, it's brought back very bad memories. One of the text messages was talking about a miscarriage that I'd had in the past," she said.

Danielle continued: "And I was really, really distraught at the time, and obviously for that to be brought up again, it's just been heartbreaking for me."

She added that she didn't think there would be any winners during the trial due to their eye-watering legal fees.

"I think in the grand scheme of things, I don't think there are going to be any winners because they're going to be out of pocket, you know, financially, both of them," Danielle said.

"And I don't think we will actually ever get to the bottom of who actually leaked those stories."

However, Danielle ensured to make it known where her support lay, adding: "So whatever the outcome, obviously, hopefully, both girls can just get on with their lives, but obviously I am rooting for Coleen."


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