She’s a WAG scorned.
Danielle Lloyd took to Twitter last night to reveal the identity of the ‘anonymous’ girl who slept with her husband Jamie O Hara.
She posted the image with the caption: ‘No one stays anonymous forever!’.
However, obviously having second thoughts Danielle later deleted the image however, not before we took a handy screen grab.
A couple of weeks ago the girl in question sold a story to the Mirror saying how she slept with Danielle’s husband in their marital home while his mates cheered them on from the other side of the door.
Telling her alleged story to the Sunday Mirror, the girl said: “He told me they weren’t together.”
Hmmm, OK but surely the fact it was DANIELLE’S HOUSE would have been a surefire giveaway?
“Danielle’s stuff was all over the place and they were clapping him like he was some kind of hero,” said the woman. “They were applauding a man with three kids for cheating on his wife.”
“I know what I did was wrong and I regret it now. But I’m single and I was drunk and fancied him. He lied to me. He said they had split up. The worst thing is he showed no remorse.”
Jamie, 27, is believed to have picked up the girl and her friend at a Birmingham nightclub last weekend while Danielle, 30, was away in Liverpool.
“He was out with three friends and came over telling us we were gorgeous. He said ‘you’re amazing, please come back to my hotel’. We knew he was married but he told us he and Danielle had broken up,” she told the paper.
After taking them back to a hotel after the nightclub he is then reported to have invited them and his friends back to his house.
“Inside his house there were pictures of Danielle and the kids all over the place but he just didn’t seem to bother about his wife,” she said.
Danielle had said in past interviews that she would never stay with Jamie is he strayed and that he would be ‘kicked to be kerb’ immediately and it seems she certainly kept to her word.
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