Coleen Rooney seen in tears over Rebekah Vardy drama as documentary The Real Wagatha Story reveals first trailer | The Sun

COLEEN Rooney broke down in tears while sending a warning to Rebekah Vardy in her new Wagatha documentary.

Her legal battle with Rebekah dates back to 2019 when Vardy sued Rooney for libel after being accused of leaking stories about her to the media.

In a first look at the series, Coleen, 37, is seen in tears in front of the camera before telling her rival: "Don't play games with a girl who can play better."

Piers Morgan and her husband Wayne Rooney are seen in the teaser too, giving their take on the bitter libel case.

The former footballer jokes, "What's she done now?" while reflecting on the aftermath of her claim.

Coleen is also seen laying out photos of her family – including Wayne, 37, and their children Kai, 13, Klay, 10, Kit, seven, and Cass, five – as part of her detective work.

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She's asked: "Have you still got the post on your phone?" before responding, "Yeah, yeah, yeah. I stick by them."

Footage of the duo entering court is shown alongside Coleen's narration.

Last month, Disney+ announced it will launch Coleen Rooney: The Real Wagatha Story on October 18.

Coleen first accused Becky, 41, of leaking stories to the press in October 2019.

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No-one could have anticipated how huge the saga would become as the women ended up in court.

Coleen went on to win her High Court legal battle with Becky last summer, after the latter accused Coleen of libel.

Becky had insisted the judge “got it wrong” but later denied she would appeal.

The Sun previously revealed Coleen was forced to change the working title of the documentary after Becky cleverly trademarked “Wagatha Christie” earlier this year.

Those working on the show revealed how Disney+ bosses had chosen Wagatha Christie: Coleen’s Story to be the original title of the series.

However, they were forced to change it after Becky’s legal move.

Husband Wayne Rooney gives his take on the bitter libel caseCredit: Dorothy Street Pictures
Coleen is seen on her mobile phone in one clipCredit: Dorothy Street Pictures
And setting out her legal case in anotherCredit: Dorothy Street Pictures
Coleen's new three-part documentary will air in October

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