Wayne Rooney faces being dumped by ‘betrayed’ Coleen
Coleen Rooney is reported to be on the verge of giving Wayne his marching orders after new claims that the football superstar has been seeing a vice girl.
Coleen (24) is said to be shell-shocked by the claims that the England striker had sex romps with 21-year-old Jenny Thompson costing £1,200 per night.
Rooney (24) was reported to have paid for sex while Coleen was pregnant, according to yesterday’s News of The World.
Today, a friend of Coleen’s was reported to have said: “She’s been torn apart by this.
“She has every right to grab their son (Kai) and walk out.”
The friend was also quoted as saying that Wayne was treating the allegations as “no big deal”.
“The most shocking thing is he told her it was no big deal — just boys being boys,” the friend was quoted as saying.
Coleen is believed to have deliberately missed a number of public appearances on Saturday night after discovering that the lurid allegations were running in the following day’s Press.
Coleen, who forgave her husband after he slept with a prostitute prior to their marriage, is believed to be still at the couple’s £4.5m mansion with her parents.
Security guards were posted at the Cheshire house.
Rooney, who starred in England’s 4-0 win over Bulgaria on Friday night, played golf on Saturday and then trained with the rest of the England squad yesterday. He is expected to travel to Switzerland today with the squad who play the Swiss in a vital Euro qualifier on Tuesday.
Publicist Max Clifford said as long as Rooney kept scoring goals the fans would not care.
Mr Clifford said: “The only thing Wayne Rooney has to worry about is his wife — whether she, like all the others, is prepared |to accept her husband's alleged |infidelities.
“Nobody in football gives a monkey's as long as he's winning on the pitch.
“He could be a mass murderer as long as he's scoring goals.
“(England manager Fabio) Capello can't demote him because that would mean he couldn't play and the team needs him.
“Rival fans will have something else to shout about, but so what?”
Mr Clifford said Rooney's sponsors were also likely to stick with the player, adding: “Will it stop people drinking Tiger Beer? No. Will it stop people buying Coca Cola? No.”
A spokesman for electronic game firm EA Sports, one of Rooney's sponsors, said yesterday: “This is a personal matter and we respect Wayne and his family's privacy.”