MODEL Danielle Lloyd has revealed that Wagata Christie’s trial forced her to go through ‘traumatic’ personal events she would rather forget.
Ms Lloyd, who testified in a ‘psychic’ case between her friend Coleen Rooney and Rebecca Vardy, has revealed how ‘a lot of nasty things’ were said about her during the £3m explosive showdown.
The case ended on Friday when Becky Vardy lost her case against Colleen Rooney, who accused her of leaking stories to the press, and she can now appeal the verdict.
Speaking to TalkTV after the results, the former Miss England, 38, said: “Colene got justice and everyone involved in the lawsuit.”
But she revealed how “a lot of nasty things were said about me, a lot of traumatic things were brought up.”
Danielle previously said it was “heartbreaking” to hear Vardy mention her name in court after Wag referred to a message sent to her agent Caroline Watt that referred to a “nasty bitch.”
Vardy testified that this was most likely directed at Mrs Lloyd and not Mrs Rooney.
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy’s wife was also asked about a text from August 2019 in which she told her agent to “leak information about the Maldives” and cited a “leak of information about a pregnant girl”.
The comments were linked to a magazine article in which Ms Lloyd spoke about her honeymoon in the Maldives and her heartbreaking miscarriage.
The model, who is married to Michael O’Neill, was about eight weeks pregnant when she suffered a tragic miscarriage in 2019.
She said at the time, “To be honest, it really upset me and, you know, brought back some really bad memories.
“And I was very, very upset at the time, and obviously it was just heartbreaking for me to have it come up again.”
On Friday, she told TalkTV’s Kate McCann, who was dragged into Wagata’s trial and saw herself having to deal with “things that I don’t want to bring up or talk about again.”
The mom-of-five concluded: “So I feel like justice has been done and hopefully now there can be a turn and people can just get on with their lives.”
Previously, Danielle called Vardy a “rat” in an explosive text message to Colleen published by Kristen Bell Tattoos.
She exploded, “She’s fucking ashamed of her.”
Danielle sent the message after Colleen revealed that she thought she had finally exposed the mole leaking to the press, sparking a saga three years ago.
Wags in the war
Vardy has come under fire from a referee after Colin, the wife of ex-England and Manchester United star Wayne, won a historic libel case, ending a three-year saga.
In her opinion, Ms. Judge Stein said that Colleen’s viral “revealing” post was “essentially true” and in the public interest.
The Instagram post followed Colleen’s operation, which posted fake stories on Instagram to see if they would make it to the press.
She concluded that Rebecca Vardy was responsible for leaking the stories, as she was the only person who could view them.
Ms. Judge Stein also said that Rebecca “knew, condoned and actively participated” in the media leaks by her agent, Caroline Watts.
The judge ruled that Rebecca “deliberately withheld testimony” during the trial and that the deletion of WhatsApp messages central to the case was “deliberate and not accidental.”
Ms Justice Stein also said her testimony was “clearly inconsistent” with other evidence “in many cases”.
Rebecca was “generally unwilling to make actual concessions” during her speech before the court, the verdict says.
Ms Judge Stein said: “It was clear that Ms Vardy found the process of testifying stressful and sometimes frustrating.
“However, I believe that, unfortunately, it is necessary to treat the testimony of Mrs. Vardy with great caution.
“There were many instances where her testimony clearly contradicted contemporary documentary evidence, such as in relation to the 2018 FIFA World Cup and Photoshopped photos, and other instances where she shied away.”
She said: “I am very saddened and disappointed with the decision the judge came to.
“This is not the result that I expected, and I do not consider it fair. I filed this lawsuit to protect my reputation, and I am devastated by the judge’s conclusion.
The judge ruled that Colleen’s post was not in the ‘public interest’ and she also dismissed her claim that I was a ‘secret prankster’.
“But as for the rest of her judgments, she was mistaken, and I cannot agree with that.”
While I hold no grudge against Mrs. Vardy, today’s decision makes it clear that I was right in what I said in my October 2019 messages.
This came after Colleen revealed that she was “happy” with the decision, but said she “never believed” the case should have gone to trial “at such a cost in a difficult time for so many people when money could be would be much better spent helping others.” “.
Colleen said she had “no choice” but to follow through to “protect” herself and stop the leaked stories.
She added, “Both before and after my social media posts in October 2019, I have done my best to avoid the need for such a lengthy and public trial. All my attempts to do so were rebuffed by Mrs. (Rebecca) Vardy.
“These leaks from my personal Instagram account started in 2017. They continued for almost two years, invading my personal life and the privacy of my family.
“While I hold no grudge against Mrs Vardy, today’s decision makes it clear that I was right in what I said in my October 2019 posts.
“Finally, I would like to thank my entire legal team, my family, friends and everyone who has supported me, including the public, during this difficult and stressful time.”