Wayne Rooney’s party girl Laura Simpson has hit out at “attention seeking” on social media, just days after Coleen Rooney broke her silence on her husband’s ‘drink driving’ shame.
Posting on Facebook on Friday, Coleen said she is standing by her man, but insisted that she would have been “fine” as a single mum if she decided to end the marriage.
Just days later, Laura Simpson, the girl who owned the car Wayne Rooney was caught behind the wheel of following a boozy night out, took to Twitter to slam ‘attention seekers’.
In a now-deleted tweet, she wrote: “What a load of attention seeking b*******.”
Simpson responded to trolls (Image: @LSimps10/Twitter)
Wayne Rooney was banned for driving for two years after being caught drink-driving (Image: Daily Mirror)
She later added: “Very very attention seeking if you ask me.”
A troll replied to her: “Learn to stay away from married men if you don’t want s*** off people you s***.”
And Laura replied: “Lol it’s the married men that need to learn to stay away from other women stop trying to turn my tweet into anything to do with that boring s*** now go away and crack on with your day.”
She then added: “Didn’t do anything except get a lift home… or did I? Apparently you’re the font of all knowledge.”
Laura Simpson on ITV’s This Morning (Image: ITV)
On Friday, Coleen admitted that she thought that could have been in the end of her relationship.
In a lengthy and emotionally charged Facebook post, Coleen said she loves husband Wayne , even though he “doesn’t deserve” to have his good qualities listed for the time being.
But while she said “time was spent apart”, deep down Coleen was prepared to forgive her childhood sweetheart.
Coleen and Wayne Rooney pictured together on her social media (Image: Internet Unknown)
“I know I would be fine on my own, with just me and my children, but I don’t want to live like that, I want to try and continue our marriage and live as a family, because that’s what I want to do,” she wrote.
“I’m not saying everything is fine and forgotten about, but we are as good as can be at this point, I’m not the type of person to put a show on and say we’re all loved-up…. I’m just real.”
She also addressed the ‘gold-digging’ claims that have dogged their relationship ever since they first got together, when Wayne was a footballing wunderkind.
Coleen Rooney and her son Kai on his 8th birthday (Image: Instagram)
Many critics have pointed out that the couple’s net worth – thought to be above the £110million mark – could have played a factor in keeping Coleen from throwing her husband out.
But she said her happiness is not dependent on cash.
“To answer a lot of people, not everything in our life is money related,” she wrote.
“People think when you earn a lot of money everything is fine, yes there are advantages, but this isn’t everything in life and it’s doesn’t always make people happy.
Coleen Rooney and her three children (Image: Twitter)
“People are everything, and people are what make me the happiest in life. We surround ourselves with friends and family who are genuine, kind and caring people.”
While she and Wayne have not been seen together since his arrest – she’s been taking holidays with the kids while he’s been busy training for the new football season – it seems they’re now definitely back under the same roof.
But she did admit it’s going to take time for Wayne to regain her trust.
“I know my own mind and it’s something I want to try and work on… Yes, it has been a s**t time,” she added.
“But one thing is that he is a brilliant dad. He’s made silly and selfish mistakes, some he’s learnt from, some obviously not. However maybe that will change?”