Rebekah Vardy has been mocked by TikTok star Max Balegde once again as he addressed their long-running feud amid her legal battle with Coleen Rooney.
He told Daily Star at Summertime Ball what he would say to her if he saw her, cheekily saying: "Becks, our families used to be so close, we used to play out together all the time, knock on my door, do you want to play out?
"And I’d say I just want to live like that again.
"I’m free next weekend let’s play rounders, please answer my texts and answer the door because I will come knocking."
Vardy, who is suing Coleen for libel after being accused of selling stories to the press, was unimpressed by Max in 2021 when he mocked their battle.
She strongly denies all accusations made by Coleen and has previously spoken out about the cruel trolling she has faced.
Max, who has 645,000 followers on TikTok, joked he'd been "wrongly accused" of referencing illegal drugs and sexual content in his social media videos.
He posted on Twitter: "Someone has been repeatedly reporting my videos on TikTok for things that don't even apply (drug use, sexual assault etc) and I just found out who they are.
"PRAYING FOR MY DOWNFALL. I will destroy you."
He added: "It was… Rebecca Vardy's account," referencing Coleen's famous post in which she accused Rebekah's account of leaking stories from her private Instagram.
Rebekah replied to the tweet asking him to take it down, writing: "Listen you may think this is all fun and jokes but I don't!
"Having people wish death on you and your unborn child is not a laughing matter. It's sickening. Remove it."
Max replied: "Rebekah ngl bestie I don't think anyone really thinks you're reporting my TikToks."
"Irrevent [sic]!" Rebekah replied, "I don't want to be associated with it.
"Sorry that would have said IRRELEVANT! Do you have nothing better to do."
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