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Laura Simpson planned for 'quiet time' with Rooney

The 29-year-old brunette who partied with Wayne Rooney before he drove her in her car has admitted she would have spent the night with the married football star.

Laura Simpson, a single mother-of-one, said she and Rooney hadn't discussed whether they were going back to his mansion in Prestley, but they wanted to be away from 'prying eyes'.

She said: 'I allowed him to drive my car, my black soft top, because I was too drunk to drive.

'Was I going to spend the night with him? Yes, perhaps, we hadn't really discussed it.

'We just wanted to be away from all those prying eyes.'

Laura Simpson, 29, the single mother whose car was being driven by Wayne Rooney when he was pulled over and arrested for drink driving

Laura Simpson, 29, the single mother whose car was being driven by Wayne Rooney when he was pulled over and arrested for drink driving

She's been targeted by online trolls since

Ms Simpson, spotted on Friday, just hours after Rooney's arrest, in Cheshire. She said it was a 'mad few hours' before the arrest

This is Laura Simpson, the 29-year-old brunette who let Wayne Rooney drive her home in her car after a ten hour drinking session

This is Laura Simpson, the 29-year-old brunette who let Wayne Rooney drive her home in her car after a ten hour drinking session

Former England captain Wayne Rooney was seen talking on the phone as he was being driven back to his Cheshire mansion this afternoon by his agent Paul Stretford 

Former England captain Wayne Rooney was seen talking on the phone as he was being driven back to his Cheshire mansion this afternoon by his agent Paul Stretford 

She was on a night out with friends at the Bubble Room when she spotted Rooney. But she says they did not speak until after her group and his moved to the Symposium Bar, two miles away in Wilmslow.

She said: 'There was a big group and the drinks were flowing. I ended up talking to Wayne about this and that and we were having a right laugh. He kept admiring my boobs... saying "I'd like to get my hands on them".

'I'm a single girl and I'm allowed to have some fun. I was swept away with the moment but I wasn't awestruck. 

'I'm not a marriage wrecker it was all playful fun and I'd had loads to drink.

'We had a kiss, a hug, some banter, harmless fun. When the bar was closing, one of Wayne's pals came up to me and said "You know Wayne likes the look of you and wants to go somewhere with you".

'I said "Yeah, OK". I was told to meet him outside in a waiting taxi which had been called. It was about 1.15am.

'We arranged for the taxi to drop us at my friend's house where I had left my car earlier.' 

She added: 'The taxi dropped us off, it was a five minute ride or so and Wayne paid. We didn't go into the house but decided to drive off into the night, we had no idea where we were going.'

Former England captain Rooney, 31, was charged with drink driving yesterday after being pulled over while allegedly taking single mother Ms Simpson home in her Volkswagen Beetle.

The Everton star's pregnant wife Coleen, 31, was on holiday in Mallorca while he was partying near their £6million home, on Thursday night. She has since been seen at their home after flying back by private jet on Friday.   

Ms Simpson (left) is believed to have left with Rooney following a raucous night where the footballer (right) was seen dancing on tables and singing Oasis songs

Rooney was driving her VW Beetle, above, when he was pulled over by cops after the night out

Rooney was driving her VW Beetle, above, when he was pulled over by cops after the night out

Laura told MailOnline: 'I felt safe with Wayne, his driving was OK. We were on the road for 10-15 minutes and then we thought we saw flashing police lights so Wayne slowed down, he wasn't speeding, and stopped at the side of the road. 

'There were two officers, I think and Wayne looked really worried. He turned and said to me "I'm sorry, I'm sorry, you'll be OK, I'm getting out of here". 

'On reflection he was foolish for driving me car if he was over the limit, it was silly.'

She told The Sun: 'Wayne was p****d right off and really worried about it. It all happened so fast. It was a whirlwind. I don't know if it's because I was that drunk but he didn't seem that drunk to me.' 

Rooney posed for selfies with fans at a host of bars and restaurants near his Prestbury home before attempting to drive home in a black car owned by the 29-year-old office worker from Salford, Greater Manchester, just after 2am.

Some 10 hours earlier he met up with former team mate Wes Brown and Burnley defender Phil Bardsley's younger brother to begin their night. 

The trio went for a meal at Italian restaurant Piccolino in Alderley Edge at around 4pm and then moved onto the plush Bubble Room bar where they partied until 10pm.

Onlookers saw the trio singing and dancing to local band Funky Treacle, who were playing Oasis covers and Rooney was seen bellowing their rendition of Wonderwall at around 10pm. 

The office worker said Rooney had been 'p***ed off' when he was pulled over by police around 2am

The office worker said Rooney had been 'p***ed off' when he was pulled over by police around 2am

Ms Simpson described the night as a 'mad few hours' and admitted that it may not have been wise for Rooney to drive her home

Ms Simpson described the night as a 'mad few hours' and admitted that it may not have been wise for Rooney to drive her home

Rooney was driven back to his Cheshire mansion by his agent after being released from custody on Friday afternoon 

Rooney was driven back to his Cheshire mansion by his agent after being released from custody on Friday afternoon 

Ms Simpson is believed to have been introduced to Rooney in the Bubble Room cocktail bar where they 'had a laugh' drinking prosecco and vodka together.

She claims the footballer left through the back of the bar and ordered them a taxi to her car.

Coleen, who has three sons with Rooney, is said to be 'livid and embarrassed' having learned of Thursday night's antics.

A source close to the couple said her friends have grown increasingly concerned at his behaviour over the last couple of months.

'Coleen has previously put him on a final warning to shape up and this has emphasised the need for real change,' the source told The Sun.

After his arrest he spent almost 12 hours in cells before being bailed and driven home by his agent Paul Stretford while making stony-faced phonecalls on his mobile.

In the early hours of Friday morning, the group were seen inside the 'late-night' cocktail bar Symposium in the nearby town of Wilmslow, just two miles away. The venue is owned by Hollyoaks actor Ashley Taylor-Dawson.

Rooney was photographed  smiling next to fan Jack McIver in the Bubble Room bar in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, last night. Around four hours later Rooney was arrested

Rooney was photographed  smiling next to fan Jack McIver in the Bubble Room bar in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, last night. Around four hours later Rooney was arrested

Rooney (centre) had been hanging out with former Manchester United team mate Wes Brown (left) on the night

Rooney (centre) had been hanging out with former team mate Wes Brown (left) on the night

Rooney, England's all-time record goal scorer, was stopped by police on Thursday night (stock photograph) 

Rooney, England's all-time record goal scorer, was stopped by police on Thursday night (stock photograph) 

Coleen Rooney was photographed in Mallorca showing off her baby bump

She confirmed the couple are expecting their fourth child

Coleen Rooney was photographed in Mallorca showing off her baby bump (left) after she confirmed the couple (right) are expecting their fourth child together 

After leaving the venue, Rooney was pulled over while driving a black VW Beetle and was arrested by officers. A source told Metro that he was three times over the limit. 

He was then granted bail and was spotted wearing Thursday night's clothes after spending the night at Middlewich Custody Suite.

The former Champions League winner looked dispirited on the phone while slumped in the back of the Range Rover as he was driven home by his agent Paul Stretford.    

Cheshire Police today confirmed they have charged Rooney with driving whilst over the prescribed limit.

He was pulled over just yards from Symposium and was later released on bail. He is due to appear at Stockport Magistrates' Court on September 18.

A photograph of Rooney smiling with fan and county cricketer Jack McIver inside Bubble Room was posted on McIver's Instagram page at 10pm on Thursday night.

His cricket team mate Gary Davies told MailOnline: 'He will get some stick tomorrow when he plays.' 

The former England and Manchester United star spent his Thursday night in the Bubble Room in Alderley Edge (pictured) 

The former England and star spent his Thursday night in the Bubble Room in Alderley Edge (pictured) 

Rooney was alleged as being 'visibly drunk' and an onlooker said he was being 'friendly' and 'nice to people'. He was seen drinking vodka and lager, according to people in the bar. 

A source told MailOnline: 'I saw Wayne Rooney with two of his friends inside Symposium at around 2am.'

The source said he thought that Rooney was 'visibly drunk' and said he would be 'surprised' if it was true the football star later got behind the wheel.

Another witness said Rooney was drinking beer inside Bubble Room.

They told MailOnline: 'Wayne was with Wes Brown and Phil Bardsley's younger brother.

'They were singing songs and watching the live band. They all sang Wonderwall by Oasis.

A night on the tiles: Wayne Rooney's binge

1pm: Wayne Rooney leaves training in Halewood, Merseyside

4pm: Diners spot Rooney eating at Italian restaurant Piccolino in Alderley Edge. One posted on Facebook: 'Casually sitting next to Wayne Rooney!'

10pm: County cricketer Jack McIver takes pictures with Rooney at Bubble Room in Alderley Edge

2am: Revellers say they saw Wes Brown and Wayne Rooney partying at Symposium in Wilmslow into the early hours

Just after 2am: Rooney is arrested by Cheshire Police just outside Symposium

1.20pm: Police confirm Rooney has been charged with driving whilst over the prescribed limit

'I left at about 10.30pm and Wayne was just drinking beer.'

A police spokesman said: 'The man was arrested shortly after 2.00am today, Friday 1 September, after officers stopped a black VW Beetle on Altrincham Road, Wilmslow.

'Wayne Rooney, aged 31, has since been charged with driving whilst over the prescribed limit.

'Rooney has been released on bail and is due to appear at Stockport Magistrates' Court on 18/9/2017.' 

Funky Treacle band member Neil Shaw-Hulme was performing at Bubble Bar while Rooney was partying. He said the crowd 'went wild' when he belted out Oasis.

The singer told MailOnline: 'It was a happy night and there was a party for someone's 25th. 

'I didn't see Rooney - I was playing guitar, sax and keys whilst singing so I tend to be quite focused.' 

The owner of the 'late night' cocktail bar where Rooney was last seen before being arrested on suspicion of drink driving claims the footballer had a 'good time'.

George Yiannis claimed that the Everton striker had come into swanky bar Symposium after previously being in The Bubble Room across the road.

However he claimed he nor any of his staff had served Rooney any alcohol to his knowledge and were unaware that he had been arrested until reading the news this morning.

The chef, who co-owns the bar, said: 'Rooney was in

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