After a series of booze-fueled sex scandals, Wayne Rooney wants to be remembered for “who I am, not what I’ve done.”
Following a series of booze-fueled sex scandals during his long career, WAYNE ROONEY has expressed his desire to be remembered for “who I am, not what I’ve done.”
The 35-year-old Manchester United and England great will star in an explosive documentary that will premiere on Amazon Prime in early 2022.
Rooney also says in one recording that he wants to be remembered for “who I am, not what I’ve done.”
Rooney explains: “What people don’t realize is that you’re 17 years old, and you’re bound to make errors.
“People continue to look at me differently. However, it is critical that people remember me for who I am rather than what I have accomplished.
“Whether I like it or not, football is and will be a part of my life till the day I die.”
With 53 goals, Rooney has surpassed icons such as Sir Bobby Charlton and Gary Lineker as England’s all-time highest goal scorer.
Among his many achievements, he won five Premier League titles and one Champions League.
Rooney’s career has been overshadowed by a spate of inebriated sex scandals, despite his exceptional footballing prowess.
Despite meeting Coleen, his now-wife and mother of his four children, when he was 12, Rooney began visiting prostitutes when he was 16.
In 2004, it was discovered that Roo had a £140 romp with Charlotte Glover, then left her a signed autograph as a gift.
Later, he spent £45 to sleep with Gina McGarrick, then 37, at a Liverpool brothel that he claimed he had visited ten times.
In 2010, Rooney cheated on Coleen with Jennifer Thompson, a £1,000-a-night prostitute, before it was revealed that he had a threesome with her and Helen Wood.
In September 2017, the former Everton striker was caught drink-driving another woman’s Volkswagen Beetle, prompting Coleen, who was pregnant at the time, to phone her and demand an explanation.
Rooney was photographed drinking with barmaid Vicki Rosiek in Florida, USA, during a ten-hour boozing spree during Super Bowl weekend in February 2019.
Later that year, in Vancouver, Canada, the ex-United star was seen following a mystery brunette into a hotel lift.
Rooney was recently photographed sleeping in a hotel room while semi-naked party girls danced about him in July of this year.
Rooney had previously claimed he had been the victim of a’set up,’ and had filed an official police report despite swearing he had done nothing wrong.
Cheshire Police had previously stated that they were investigating a blackmail case.
Coleen confesses in the documentary that she has ‘forgiven’ Rooney for his pranks, but that they are ‘not acceptable.’
Rooney is also notorious for having a temper on the field, most notably when he screamed at Cristiano Ronaldo at Euro 2004.
However, in the Amazon documentary, the ex-striker discloses that… Brinkwire Brief News.