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Robbie Williams has weighed in on the WAG war between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy and discussed the perils on 'provoking shame'. 

While the Take That hitmaker, 45, admits he understands the wife of Wayne Rooney's desire to seek revenge on the perpetrator of her leaked stories, yet warned that the backlash from the drama could be 'suicide causing'.

Last month, pregnant Rebekah was explosively accused by Coleen of leaking stories about her to The Sun newspaper, which the expectant star has fiercely denied - leading to the WAG war which has captivated the nation.

Shock: Robbie Williams has weighed in on the WAG war between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy and discussed the perils on 'provoking shame'

Shock: Robbie Williams has weighed in on the WAG war between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy and discussed the perils on 'provoking shame'

Coleen was given the nickname 'Wagatha Christie' when it was revealed that she had been leaking fake stories on her private Instagram to see who was passing the information to the press - a move Robbie revealed he had done himself in the past.  

Robbie - who has banned himself from using his Twitter alone - was keen to point out the dangers of online activity while weighing in on the story.

In an interview with The Telegraph Magazine, he said: 'Let's say Rebekah was guilty - which we don't know. How she will feel inside right now is 10 times worse than how Coleen would have felt when those things were happening to her'.

Robbie went on to push the perils of the outing, as he said: 'It's a dangerous game to play... I understand Coleen's need for revenge and I probably would have done the same thing but we have to be careful...

Shock: While the Take That hitmaker, 45, admits he understands the wife of Wayne Rooney's desire to seek revenge on the perpetrator of her leaked stories, yet warned that the backlash from the drama could be 'suicide causing'

Shock: While the Take That hitmaker, 45, admits he understands the wife of Wayne Rooney's desire to seek revenge on the perpetrator of her leaked stories, yet warned that the backlash from the drama could be 'suicide causing'

'It's suicide-causing - provoking those levels of shame'. 

Since her exposure, Coleen has not publically discussed the scandal which Rebekah has

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