Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney arrive at court, Peter Andre looks down
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Fresh blow for Peter Andre in new development following Wagatha Christie trial?

Documentary about trial said to be under way

Peter Andre my not have heard the end of Wagatha Christie following claims the trial could feature in a documentary.

According to OK! magazine, Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy‘s libel case may be the subject of a TV show.

Footballer’s wife Rebekah, 40, has sued fellow WAG Coleen, 36, over claims Vardy leaked stories about her to the press.

And during the course of the trial, previous ‘chipolata’ remarks made about Peter in a kiss-and-tell interview resurfaced.

Peter Andre reacts with an open mouth
Peter Andre had hoped a line could be drawn under the Wagatha Christie trial (Credit: YouTube)

Peter Andre and the Wagatha Christie fallout

The Mysterious Girl singer, 49, said he hoped a line could be drawn under the matter which “has been brought up again and again and again”.

He said during an appearance on Loose Women: “At some point you go ‘okay’, you know? That’s the only thing, it becomes more than just that.

“We all say stupid things, everyone does. I’m sure I’ve said many stupid things in my life.”

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Rebekah had said she was “deeply sorry” for comparing Peter’s manhood to a mini sausage in a 2004 News of the World interview.

And just a day later, Peter told fans how the comments have affected his mental health.

Rebekah Vardy and Jamie Vardy arrive at court
Rebekah Vardy was supported in court by husband Jamie Vardy (Credit: Splashnews.com)

Wagatha Christie documentary claims

A verdict on the Wagatha Christie case is yet to be returned. But OK! claims a documentary about the trial is under way.

Discovery+ are making a documentary about Wagatha Christie.

A source told them: “Discovery+ are making a documentary about Wagatha Christie.

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“They’ll be speaking to the legal teams from both sides, including David Sherborne, as well as friends and family.”

Coleen Rooney and Wayne Rooney leave court
Coleen Rooney and Wayne Rooney leave court during the trial (Credit: Splashnews.com)

“They also want to get Peter Andre involved – and other people who were brought up in the case,” the source continued.

ED! has approached a representative for Peter Andre for comment.

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