During the same interview, McLean suggested that if Rooney truly thought Vardy had been behind the leaks then she would've named her specifically, rather than using the phrase "Rebekah Vardy's account".
Iain tweeted that he was " not a fan" of Rebekah but that he didn't think it was fair for her to be heavily criticised online while heavily pregnant.
The stories included one about gender selection, which was published on August 15, one about her plans to return to TV, which was published on September 28 and another about her basement flooding from 14 hours ago, which has been taken down.
However, on Wednesday morning Coleen sent shockwaves through the media when she alleged Rebekah had been selling fake stories about the Rooneys to newspapers.
Jamie Vardy's other half also insisted she has always been loyal to the Rooneys.
"I'll deal with it privately behind the scenes, because I never want anybody to have to go through the upset which I have suffered over the last few days".
"I have not done anything like this and I would not do anything like this. I thought she was my friend but she completely annihilated me".
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy's wife has since denied the allegations launched by ex-England captain Wayne Rooney's spouse, speaking openly about the abuse she has been receiving since the claims were made.
The 33-year-old said she had spent months trying to work out who was sharing stories about her, so blocked everyone from her private Instagram account except Vardy to see who it was. I purchased a extremely darkish energy from her, ' he explained. We are sure you all know it by now, but we'll run through Wag Wars again quickly.
Vardy has indicated that an expert is looking into where the leaks came from.
'Now I know for certain which account/individual it's come from.
Rebekah had previously demanded to see screenshots of the Instagram stories and who had viewed them.