Coleen Rooney's legal team have brought Rebekah Vardy's 'kiss and tell' with Peter Andre into their ongoing legal battle.
In explosive new documents seen by The Sun, Coleen's legal team has accused Becky of selling private information about other celebrities to the press.
It is the latest development in the ongoing legal feud between the pair after Coleen, 34, accused Becky, 38, of selling stories about her last year.
Defence: Coleen Rooney's legal team have brought Rebekah Vardy's 'kiss and tell' with Peter Andre into their ongoing legal battle (pictured in September)
According to the publication, Coleen's defence has now included the 2001 story from the News of the World which saw Becky claim that she had a fling with Peter.
The papers state: 'In the interview, the Claimant disclosed amongst other things that (i) she had sexual intercourse with Peter Andre in November 2001, and that it lasted just five minutes...
'(ii) Peter Andre had "the smallest trouser equipment I’ve ever seen" that was "like a miniature chipolata"...
'(iii) that he "had absolutely no hairs on his body"; and (iv) he "slaver[ed]" like one of her boxer dogs when he kissed her.'
Drama: In explosive new documents seen by The Sun, Coleen's legal team has accused Becky of selling private information about other celebrities to the press
Past: According to the publication, Coleen's defence has now included the 2001 story from the News of the World which saw Becky claim that she had a fling with Peter
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Coleen Rooney, Rebekah Vardy and Peter Andre for comment.
The documents also claim that Rebekah sat near former friend Coleen at Euro 2016 in order to 'maximise media attention'.
The papers are said to claim that Becky ditched her allocated seats at the match and deliberately sat near Coleen 'to guarantee her appearance in the media'.
Coleen claims that Becky, who is the wife of footballer Jamie Vardy, has a habitual practice of providing private information to the media.
The documents also reportedly discuss how Becky allegedly worked for The Sun to film a 'behind the scenes' video at the National Television Awards in 2018.
The papers are said to accuse Becky of being The Sun's Secret Wag columnist, providing gossip on 'Britain's biggest players'.
Some of the stories from that column include: 'Kate Wright breaks WAG code by flaunting wealth and rubbing people's face in it' and: 'Out of all the footballers' partners, Danielle Lloyd was the most desperate to be a wag'.
It has been reported that Coleen wants to end the £1 million High Court libel battle against Becky set to take place from November.
Feud: It is the latest development in the ongoing legal feud between the pair after Coleen accused Becky of selling stories about her last year
Sources claim those close to the wife of Derby County footballer Wayne Rooney, 34, have been encouraging her to settle their dispute privately, after her rival confirmed she is taking part in Dancing On Ice and has vowed to 'clear her name'.
The pair have been at loggerheads ever since Coleen accused Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy's wife of leaking stories about her to the media last October - a claim she fiercely denies.
An insider told The Sun: 'Things have gone much further than many had expected.
'Coleen is a rather shy and private person, so the idea of having personal matters relating to her and Wayne raked over in court is something that fills her with dread.'
According to The Mirror, Coleen and Rebekah will face off in November – just over one year after the former accused the latter of leaking stories about her.
Rebekah is seeking substantial damages in the subsequent libel trial, as she claims to have suffered 'severe and extreme hostility and abuse' in the fallout after the claims were published on Instagram.
The Mirror reports that judge Mr. Justice Nicklin has stated a preliminary trial will decide the 'natural and ordinary' meaning of Coleen’s social media posts.
He has also given Coleen until October 2 to serve a 'statement of case'.
In the September 17 court order he stated: 'It is ordered by consent that there be a trial of the preliminary issue of the natural and ordinary meaning of the words complained of.'
The half-day trial, he has stated, would be heard by a judge specialising in media and communication after November 15.
Limelight: The documents also say that Rebekah sat near former friend Coleen at Euro 2016 in order to 'maximise media attention'
Court costs are expected to stay under £25,000 on each side, according to the publication, with any party exceeding the limit being required to justify them.
It has since been claimed that Coleen wants to undertake 'forensic analysis' of Rebekah's electronics to look for evidence, according to a report from The Sun.
A source speaking to the publication claimed: 'Coleen met with her lawyers and they've told her they need to continue putting together more evidence.
'She needs to prove that Becky was directly responsible for the leaks or, at the very least, that the information came from her social media account.
'Coleen is adamant she is right, but in a legal setting the evidence she has may not be enough to cross the threshold.'sonos sonos One (Gen 2) - Voice Controlled Smart Speaker with