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Wayne cheating was unacceptable but I forgave him, Coleen Rooney said as she first spoke about the matter

COLEEN Rooney has expressed anger for the first time for cheating on husband Wayne – saying many of his affairs are “unacceptable”.

Wag is attached35 years old, said she felt angry at the striker’s behavior and said that friends asked her why she was banned. former ace of England and Man Utd after he was caught with a prostitute behind her back.

Coleen Rooney says it's 'wonderful' that her marriage to Wayne survives his affair

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Coleen Rooney says it’s ‘wonderful’ that her marriage to Wayne survives his affair
Coleen admits Wayne is no longer allowed to drink alcohol unsupervised,

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Coleen admits Wayne is no longer allowed to drink alcohol unsupervised,

Childhood sweetheart Coleen said it’s amazing that their 13-year marriage is still alive and that she decided not to leave him in part for the sake of their sons.

She told Amazon’s documentary Rooney, which premieres this Friday: “Life goes on and I’ve moved on. You continued. Not the behavior, no. It is not acceptable.

“Forgiveness I mean is different. What he did is unacceptable but it happened and it was a phase of life that we were in at the time. But we continued.

“I forgave him but it is unacceptable. If it appears, we talk about it like we are talking about it now. I wasn’t as angry as I was at the time. “

She added: “I really think it’s amazing that we’re where we are today. We’re lucky that we both have the strength and support of each other and those around us to keep going. That’s something we’ve had to work hard on.

“I wouldn’t be standing here if I hadn’t forgiven him.”

Coleen, mother of Kai, Klay, Cass and Kit, admits Wayne is no longer allowed to drink alcohol unsupervised, as we revealed on Saturday.

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‘Not good for him’

She affirms that 36 years old has a responsible adult – her brother, Joe or someone else she trusts – keeps an eye on him so he doesn’t get lost while drunk.

“I know the groups Wayne plays in are not good for him,” Coleen said.

“Lovely people but together, alcohol is not good and I told him that from day one.

“I don’t want him to stop being friends with them but I don’t want him hanging out with them because they’re in a bad situation.

“It’s not a good thing if Wayne goes unsupervised.”

Wayne’s 2004 visit to a brothel in Liverpool’s back street Also featured in documentaries.

He blamed alcohol but suffered from a slump, which occurred days before his £30m move from Everton to Man United.

“I put myself in the wrong place and when you get into alcohol, you make bad decisions and suffer the consequences,” he said. It doesn’t take away my love for Coleen. I raised my hands, that was it. We worked through it. ”

But in the film – for which the pair are being paid around £1m plus a portion of the syndicated profits – Coleen admits she’s been thinking about leaving.

The Rooneys at the premiere of their show in Manchester tonight

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The Rooneys at the premiere of their show in Manchester tonight
Wayne Rooney says he made 'bad decisions' due to alcohol

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Wayne Rooney says he made ‘bad decisions’ due to alcohol
Coleen admits she partly stayed with Wayne partly because of their son

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Coleen admits she partly stayed with Wayne partly because of their son

Vice ‘n’ alcohol shame

In 2002, 17-year-old Wayne paid Charlotte Glover, then 21, £140 to sleep with her.

The following month, he allegedly had sex with Gina McCarrick along with a 48-year-old rubber-clad old woman known as Auld Slapper.

He has visited their one-time £45 brothel in Liverpool ten times.

In 2011, it was reported that he got into a fight with deputy girls Jenny Thompson and Helen Wood.

In 2017, he admitted to drunk driving at Laura Simpson’s VW girl party and received a two-year ban.

More people raved after his move to the US team DC United.

In July, he was photographed sleeping in a hotel room with three women.

“When you make decisions, you have to focus on what you want, not what other people are saying,” she said. I listen to important people – my parents – and they always give me a positive outlook on things.

“We’re in a situation, so let’s sit down, see what we can do and we can make it work, and we have.

“We’re not the romantic type, anyway. We want to laugh together and do good work together.

“People say, ‘Are they just staying together to keep the family unit together?’. That’s part of it, but we still love each other.

“Hopefully he learns and doesn’t get into those horrible situations again.” Wayne said of the film: “It’s more important that my teammates, friends, family remember me for who I am than what I did.

“Things that happened in the past, with girls, for example. Things I regret. It’s something that I feel goes against my name.

“I think that’s important because it’s part of what happened to my life growing up. People still see it and see me in a different way. I’m not that kind of person.”

Wayne and Coleen attended the premiere of the TV series in Manchester last night.

  • ROONEY will be available on Amazon Prime this Friday

Arguing at concerts and ‘broken’ jaws

By MARTIN LIPTON

WAYNE said he got into a fight in Manchester and broke his jaw.

“I wasn’t the prettiest kid at that age,” he said.

“I wouldn’t say I’m a bully but there are things I shouldn’t do. I crossed the line.

“I don’t know if it’s anger or not. Sometimes you get hit and that’s not cool but I used to get some fun out of it.

“I’ve been to concerts – Stereophonics, Cast, the former Liverpool band. Normally there’s a lot of fighting at the end. You can imagine in the mosh pit there were about 15 of us, all Scousers in the middle of Manchester, and it would end in a fight.

“I broke my jaw once. I was about 13 years old and some people grabbed me and hit me.

“He hit me again and I did as I threw a big lawn mower and caught him and I ran away.

“We wouldn’t go knowing there would be a fight but knowing there was a chance.

“I returned from Southport with my eye sewn up and again my mother was not happy. I’m probably around 12 years old.

“It doesn’t look like you will get any favors from the government or from any person in power so you have to find your own way of life. For kids that age, you have to fight.”

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