The Leicester City The attacker was not present for the first five days of the trial, but appeared on the sixth day of Tuesday (May 17) when accompanying Rebecca to the courtroom. It comes after he scored twice in a 5-1 win over Watford over the weekend.
Now comes the second week of the libel trial, which began after 36-year-old Colin accused Rebecca’s account of having leaked to the press stories about her in a post on social media in October 2019 that went viral.
She said this after developing a plan with her Instagram account, which provided for the exchange of stories only with Rebecca, in which the information was forged, and viewing whether they are in the news, after which she received the nickname Wagata in honor of the writer of the mystery of Agatha Christy.
Rebecca denies the allegations and sued Colin for defamation for “false and unjustified defamatory attack.” The trial has been eagerly monitored since its inception, including highlights Rebecca’s lawyer aimed at a wild dig in Derby County, which is ruled by Wayne.
Challenging her insistence that she “believes” that Rebecca was a leak, Hugh Tomlinson QC told Colin: “You can believe Derby County can win the Premier League in two years. It’s not proof or not. yes? “