Wagatha Christie: Rebekah Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt offered £300,000 to reveal the truth in TV interview
Caroline Watt has reportedly been offered £300,000 for her “explosive and potentially very damaging” version of the Wagatha Christie case
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Streaming giants are hoping to make a one-off documentary about the long battle between Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney.
Caroline was placed right in the centre of the court case, after Rebekah blamed her for selling the stories about Coleen.
Caroline did not give evidence at the trial, which saw Rebekah lose the legal battle, after a psychiatrist ruled she was unfit to appear.
A source told The Sun that the agent’s “mental health was hit hard by the stress of the court case”.
They said: “Caroline was at the very heart of this case. Anything she says would be explosive and potentially very damaging for both Becky and Coleen.
“Caroline’s mental health was hit hard by the stress of the court case. She never courted fame and was behind the scenes for a reason. To find herself at the centre of the case, the subject of ridicule and criticism, was extremely difficult to take.
“She knows what really happened and is mulling over the various approaches. This could provide her with the opportunity to set the record straight once and for all.”
An insider also revealed that Caroline’s family and friends have advised her against giving an interview, as she is still unwell.
Another source insists that Rebekah believes Caroline would “never hurt her” and still has “a lot of respect for her”.
Rebekah has also been approached by TV companies, after Coleen signed a multi million-pound deal with Disney+ to release a three-part series.
Disney+ outbidded Netflix, Amazon Prime and Discovery - and Coleen is set to earn more than her former England footballer husband Wayne.