Coleen Rooney wins family Cluedo night for seventh week running ahead of Rebekah Vardy legal showdown

It's... Rebekah Vardy (again)

Coleen Rooney


Coleen Rooney made it seven wins out of seven during family Cluedo night then vowed to settle her legal dispute with fellow WAG Rebekah Vardy.

The 34-year-old maintained her 100% record in the murder mystery game with a well-deserved victory over husband Wayne at their family home.

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Sharing her triumph with her 1.2M Twitter followers, Coleen wrote:

“Delighted to announce I’ve won the Rooney household ‘Cluedo Night’ for the seventh game running.

“After making my way around the board and collecting all the clues, I was able to deduce that the murderer was (once again) … Rebekah Vardy in The Sun with my Instagram stories.”

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The columnist also tweeted a photo of the plastic figurines on the board, but with a picture of Rebekah Vardy’s face glued to Miss Scarlett’s head.

But after making it a clean sweep of Cluedo victories, Rooney is turning her attention to solving her legal dispute with Vardy.

The pair became involved the public spat after Coleen’s bombshell social media post last October in which she accused Rebekah of selling false stories to the press.

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Rooney claims she hatched an elaborate plot to share bogus stories on her private Instagram account that allegedly only Vardy could see.

Now the fellow WAGS are keen to resolve their dispute with reports claiming the women will hold an arbitration hearing via Zoom this week.

“This will be the final roll of the dice,” said Coleen, while rolling a six.

Rebekah Vardy

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It’s understood that numerous institutions across the globe are praying for a speedy resolution to the legal wrangle, as they seek Rooney’s help in solving some of the greatest mysteries in human history.

Head of Scotland Yard, Dame Cressida Dick, believes Coleen Rooney could be the person to finally reveal the identity of Jack the Ripper.

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“Despite extensive media coverage and protracted police investigations, the identity of the Ripper was never established. I firmly believe Coleen could finally shed some light on the issue,” said Dick.

However, cold water was poured on Rooney’s ability to the solve the case when she was rumoured to have asked Scotland Yard if Jack the Ripper was on Insta.


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