Nicola McLean has claimed Rebekah Vardy’s agent Caroline Watt is “suicidal” amid the Wagatha Christie court case.
During an appearance on GB News, Nicola made the comment as she defended her close friend and fellow WAG Rebekah.
Rebekah is currently going head-to-head with Coleen Rooney in a High Court battle.
She is suing Coleen over an online post that accused her of leaking private stories to the Sun newspaper – which Rebekah denies having done.
Nicola believes Rebekah “deserved her day in court because she was passionate about clearing her name”.
However, former WAG Lizzie Cundy challenged Nicola, who said the £3million libel case has been a “character assassination” for Rebekah.
She added: “We’ve seen her there without her evidence which is sadly at the bottom of the North Sea. That was critical evidence and that’s what matters.”
Nicola furiously responded: “She’s been one of my best friends for 17 years and I know for a fact that she DID drop that phone.
“Everyone is making light over the situation but Caroline has ended up suicidal. I think it’s unfair to bring her into it.
“She’s known lots of things about people that haven’t ended up in the papers so I don’t think we should start dragging her through this as well. She’s in a very fragile state of mind.’
Nicola then turned to ask Lizzy: “When was the last time you actually spoke to Colleen? Because she has taken you off her private Instagram and you no longer follow each other.”
Lizzy then fired back: “She was invited to my party on Thursday and she let me know she was going away with Wayne.
“I don’t know why you have this horrible slur and mud-slinging on me?
“I’ve known Colleen since 2006 – I don’t know Rebekah, but from what I hear I don’t want her as a friend to be honest.’
In recent days, it was revealed Coleen is “confident” she will win the Wagatha Christie trial.
A close friend told the Sunday Mirror: “After the trial, Coleen had a cup of tea and packed her bags for holiday, confident she had won.
“She has told friends she will be vindicated and she feels relieved that her truth is out there. This whole saga has been very painful.
“She isn’t counting her chickens as she knows the ultimate decision lies with the judge – but she’s adamant she has told the truth throughout and that justice will prevail.”