#CollenRooney has offered to end her infamous Wagatha Christie court battle with #RebekahVardy – but only if Vardy admits her Instagram account was the source of a series of leaked stories TheSun reports.
It was revealed the offer of an 11th-hour peace deal would see both make a substantial donation to charity.
Its understood the pair are poised for one final round of mediation.
And now the MailOnline has reported Coleen’s team is ready to accept Rebekah knew nothing about the leaks if she admits her Instagram account was behind them.
The agreement would suggest a member of Vardy’s team was behind the leaking of stories to the media without her knowledge.
Coleen is keen to prevent the libel case reaching the High Court and is ready to consider a last round of negotiations if Vardy’s team are willing to make some concessions.
Both WAGs would pay their own costs if they reach an agreement, a move known in legal circles as a “drop hands” settlement.
And they would “agree to disagree” on the central claims made by Coleen in her Wagatha post.
Vardy furiously denied leaking fake stories about Coleen to the press.
A preliminary hearing last year found in her favour, with the judge ordering Coleen, to pay £22,913 costs.
Despite her peace offer, Coleen has made it clear she will not apologise.
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