Coleen & Wayne Rooney 'rock solid' despite party girl photos as she 'backs him' over 'stitch-up' & refuses to end hols

COLEEN Rooney has backed Wayne over his party girl pictures and believes he was the victim of a "stitch up".

The Wag, 35, has stood by the ex-England star after photos of him in a hotel with Snapchat model Tayler Ryan and her pals Elise Melvin and Brooke Morgan went viral.

She is even refusing to cut short a holiday with their four sons in Abersoch, North Wales while the pictures continue circulating on the web.

A source said: “Coleen is fully behind him. She feels he’s been the victim of a stitch-up.

“She has spoken to him and is entirely backing his version of events. They are rock solid.”

Coleen looked tense as she basked in the sunshine on the beach with her female pals yesterday.


It comes as Cheshire Police confirmed they are reviewing a blackmail complaint.

A statement said: "We have received a complaint of blackmail which we are reviewing."

The Derby County manager fears he was been the victim of a "set up" and is understood to be absolutely clear he did nothing wrong.

His team confirmed he had made an official complaint and was interviewed in person by cops for around an hour yesterday.

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It is not believed the blackmail claim relates to the girls Rooney was pictured with.


The photos, taken in the city’s £60-a-night Staycity hotel, were leaked and went viral.

In one picture captioned 'Mooney Rooney', a woman in a g-string is seen displaying her bum to the camera.

Another image, entitled 'Sleepy Wayne', shows a woman making a peace sign next to the ex-England captain.

A scantily dressed woman is laying on a bed close to ex-Manchester United legend Rooney, who is fast asleep in his clothes.

And another snap appears to show the football boss talking to a blonde woman in a nightclub.

The photos are the latest in a long list of drunken scandals to rock the pair's 13-year marriage.

In 2017, he was driving Laura Simpson home when he was nicked for drink-driving at 2am after a ten-hour booze session.

Two years later, the then-DC United player was arrested for being drunk in public when he set off a security door alarm at a US airport after a booze and sleeping pill mix left him “disoriented”.

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