Rooney faces fresh allegations over sex with prostitutes

CHILDHOOD sweethearts Wayne and Coleen Rooney were facing allegations about the footballer’s private life yesterday.

Rooney is accused of paying more than a thousand pounds a time to have sex with a prostitute while his wife was pregnant with their new son.

Jennifer Thompson, 21, who charges £1,200 (€1,400) a night, claims she slept with 24-year-old Rooney seven times in four months.

She says they had sex in one of Manchester’s most exclusive hotels, and she further claims Rooney invited her back to the £4.5 million (€5.3m) home he shares with Coleen for sex while his wife was away.

It is not the first time Rooney has been linked to prostitution. He admitted visiting massage parlours as a teen.

In 2004, Rooney admitted paying for sex following allegations in a Sunday newspaper that he visited massage parlours in Liverpool.

He said: “It was at a time when I was very young and immature and before I had settled down with Coleen.”

Thompson, from Bolton, told a newspaper: “Wayne chased me with sex texts and paid in wads of cash. He didn’t seem to care he was betraying Coleen.

‘Wayne certainly enjoyed all our meetings and didn’t seem to care what he was doing to his wife. I think he believes he is invincible and untouchable.”

She says she first met Rooney in June last year at the Manchester 235 Casino, five months before Coleen gave birth to the footballer’s son Kai.


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