Wednesday, 18 October, 2017

'I've done nothing wrong' says Wayne Rooney car-sharer

Laura Simpson Laura Simpson
Stacy Diaz | 17 September, 2017, 10:32

Rooney needs to be concentrating on his football.

Rooney is due to appear in court to face a drink-drive charge on September 18.

Do you think Coleen should leave Wayne?

The more she learns, the more sympathetic she is to Wayne's version of events.

Now, the pregnant mum of three has reportedly slammed her as a "fame-seeking slapper" following Laura's interview on This Morning last week.

Mail Online has contacted representatives for Coleen Rooney for comment.

"I feel like I've done nothing wrong!"

Holly took a hard line of questioning, as she said: "You got in a auto with a married man". There was no conversation. Basically, we just got a cab.

Reports: The source told the website: "Coleen has been furious at Wayne".

She was there to give her side of the story and to dispel some of the lies she claims the media has written about her.

She denied previous claims she said she had "kissed and cuddled" the footballer, claiming the night had been "blown out of proportion".

Coleen, 31, who is pregnant with her and Rooney's fourth child, is believed to be considering divorce after he was arrested in the early hours of September 1.

She added: 'We ended up in the same area in the club... we fell into talking to each other. Following the news, Coleen was spotted out without her wedding ring on.

She has previously been quoted as saying she "kissed and cuddled" Rooney and would have had sex with him if they hadn't have been stopped.

It is learnt that Rooney has promised Coleen that he'll stop his nights out with pals however she is already planning an October holiday in Dubai with the kids.

The WAG attended a performance of Cilla The Musical at the Liverpool Empire Theatre with her family and even tweeted her appreciation of the show.

During her stint on This Morning on Thursday, Laura denied having ever said she kissed Wayne, and urged his wife Coleen Rooney to forgive him.

She had travelled more than 20 miles from her home in Irlam, north-west Manchester, to get to the bar, where regulars said they had not seen her drinking before.