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Peter Andre issues emotional plea after Rebekah Vardy claims about his body resurface in court: ‘What about mental health and being kind?’

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supports HTML5 videoPeter Andre has spoken out following Rebekah Vardy’s comments in court, during which she detailed an alleged sexual encounter with the Mysterious Girl hitmaker.Vardy – who is suing former friend Coleen Rooney for libel after she claimed in 2019 that Vardy leaked stories about her to the press – took the stand this week, where she was questioned about an interview she gave to the News Of The World in 2004.Barrister David Sherborne showed what appeared to be an A3 print-out of the article to Vardy before reading the headline: ‘Peter’s hung like a small chipolata, shaved, slobbery, lasts five minutes.’The Australian singer has now broken his silence after initially refusing to comment on the matter and ‘just let everyone have a laugh.’Andre voiced his upset after the comments about his body were repeatedly brought up for 15 years.He questioned how people can claim to care about ‘mental health’ and ‘being kind’ when he’s been ‘the butt of all jokes’ for such a long time.‘I kept quiet didn’t say anything, and I let everyone have their laugh and say what they wanted to say.

Yes, now she’s gone to court and admitted the story was made up and did that because her ex husband forced her to, and it was all made up,’ he shared on Instagram, referring to how Vardy said she was ‘forced into a situation’ by her ex in talking to the press.‘It is something that I deeply regret… It is not nice to read and I understand why this is being used,’ she also said in court.Andre continued in his video: ‘Put that all aside and think how it feels if a man or if I had said this about her anatomy or if a man said something about a woman’s anatomy, made up something whatever, you can use your imagination about saying something very.

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