Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 2 September 2014

Escort in apology to Rooney's wife

Coleen Rooney was pregnant when kiss-and-tell claims were made against husband Wayne

Celebrity escort Jenny Thompson has made a public TV apology to Coleen Rooney two years after kiss-and-tell revelations rocked the WAG's marriage.

The 23-year-old said she wanted to say sorry following the England and Manchester United star's infidelity with her while she was working as a £1,300-a-night prostitute.

She said she has given up being an escort, changed her lifestyle, become a mother, and is full of regret about her past.

"At the time I knew that and there is no excuse for what I did," she told ITV's Daybreak.

"At the time my excuse was, 'It's a job'. That was my excuse at the time, but now looking at it, it was wrong and being a mother now I can see how that must have felt, to do that to a family."

Asked what she would like to say to Coleen, she replied simply: "I'm sorry."

Reports broke in September 2010 claiming she had slept with Wayne while his wife was pregnant with son Kai.

Jenny, who is working on a book about her life, later revealed she worked as an escort and has been linked with a number of Premier League footballers.

From a comfortable middle-class background in Bolton, she became a regular on the Manchester club scene in her teens and began working as an escort as a way of being a rebel, she said.

"It's weird. I was always quite rebellious when I was younger and I always had certain issues with myself, self esteem, and going into that - there was never any particular reason, I think I was rebelling. I was doing something I was not supposed to do and at the time it felt like it was exciting, but now, looking back, it was the total opposite."

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