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Coleen should dump that d***head - Former high-class prostitute who had a threesome with Wayne Rooney advices his wife following his Drunk-Driving scandal


Former high-class prostitute and reality TV star, Helen Wood, who is most famous for having had a threesome with Wayne Rooney back in 2011, has now urged his wife Coleen to dump the striker after his arrest on Friday.

The Everton striker was arrested on Friday night for drunk driving after he was found driving a lady in her car, who he enjoyed a wild night out while his pregnant wife-of-nine-years was on holiday in Mallorca with their three sons.

Laura Simpson, a single mother of one, who Wayne Rooney had a wild night with, later came out to claim that the 31-year-old star kissed and cuddled her and also admitted that she was going to spend the night with him.
Following the dramatic twists in the headline, Helen, who is said to have slept with four millionaire footballers, three actors and a judge during her time as a high-class prostitute, told the Daily Star on Sunday that Coleen should dump the "rat".
“Coleen wouldn’t want to hear it from me, but mum to mum, I would tell her to get out," she admitted - Helen being one of women Wayne has cheater on her with.

“He’s a d***head, he’s a rat – we know what he’s like. Just be a single parent and be strong, this person is going to continue to hurt you," she continued. “A leopard never changes its spots, once a cheat always a cheat."

Offering some final advice to the former Queen of the England Football WAGs, Helen said: “Wake up Coleen, you’re on baby number four. I would say to Coleen, get out.”

According to reports, Rooney's wife has cut her family holiday short and is back to from Mallorca to confront her husband. 

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