Rebekah Vardy asks ‘Who’s Davy Jones’ as Wagatha lawyer mentions phone in sea
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Rebekah Vardy was left confused after Coleen Rooney's lawyer made a niche nautical pun while he interrogated the WAG over publicist Caroline Watt’s missing phone.
During the third day of her libel case against Coleen Rooney, the 40-year-old was questioned about the “unfortunate” incident that found her publicist’s phone lost in the North Sea.
Mrs Rooney is being sued for libel after claiming Mrs Vardy's Instagram account was used to leak private information to the press, which Vardy denies.
In court on Thursday (May 12), brunette Rebekah was left baffled after Mrs Rooney’s barrister David Sherborne questioned her about the missing messages between herself and her agent Caroline.
As Vardy took the stand, Mr Sherborne accused the wife of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy of leaking another story based on a photo on her private Instagram account.
While the mum-of-two denied the claims, Mr Sherborne then spoke of the absence of the WhatsApp messages.
The jury heard how her agent’s mobile phone accidentally fell overboard from a boat into the water shortly after a judge had ordered for it to be examined ahead of the trial.
He said the missing messages were “lying at the bottom of the North Sea in Davy Jones’s locker”.
It was at this point that Vardy asked: “Who is Davy Jones?” to which the judge, Mrs Justice Steyn, replied: “It just means at the bottom of the sea.”
Coleen’s barrister explained after a series of leaks from her private account, the mum-of-four posted a message on social media in view of her 923,000 followers.
It read: “The grass strikes again. It’s just the fact that someone is telling them. It’s just the fourth thing in recent weeks that I have noticed.”
Vardy denies the claims made against her. The trial continues.
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