Coleen Rooney Wagatha documentary release date revealed as she speaks for the first time on TV about Vardy row | The Sun

COLEEN Rooney's Wagatha documentary release date has been revealed.

Disney+ released the news it will launch Coleen Rooney: The Real Wagatha Story on October 18.

In a newly released picture promoting the three-parter, footballer's wife Coleen is pictured wearing a striking pink suit and holding her phone.

She sits in front of a background of newspaper headlines.

It comes after Coleen, 37, sensationally accused her Wag rival Becky of leaking stories about her in a dramatic social media post.

After turning detective by checking who she allowed access to and when, she famously wrote: “It’s………Rebekah Vardy’s account.”

It was cleverly dubbed the Wagatha Christie scandal.

The new Disney+ doc will be the first time people have heard directly from Coleen and her footballer husband Wayne about the scandal which rocked their lives.

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

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

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

Becky, 40, 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.

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