Jamie and Rebekah Vardy’s £2m luxury villa used by OnlyFans couple to film raunchy content | The Sun

A BRITISH couple have claimed they filmed raunchy content in Jamie and Rebekah Vardy's villa.

OnlyFans star Jenny Davies says she paid a fortune to stay in the £2m home in Portugal but had no idea of its famous owners.

Mum-of-five Becky, 40, and Leicester striker Jamie, 35, have owned their plush pad for several years.

It is at an exclusive golf resort and has three pools, a gym, sauna, steam room and six bedrooms.

Jenny told the Daily Star: “I’ve managed to create content in Rebekah Vardy and Jamie Vardy’s villa in Portugal.

“I would never have dreamed of doing that even five years ago."

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She explained that she booked the luxury pad through a company and only later found out who owned it.

Jenny – who stayed there with her husband Brad Holmes – added: “I was like: ‘Oh my god I’ve been making content in their home’.”

The OnlyFans star said the platform – which generates money for its contributors via subscriptions – had changed her life.

She explained that she once lived in a council house but now owns a Lamborghini and takes luxury holidays.

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Coleen Rooney last month won a libel case last month brought by Rebekah, who she had accused of selling stories about her to the media.

Both women racked-up about £1.5million in legal fees, with a hearing set for September 21 to decide who will pay what.

Becky, 40, maintains her innocence and is being wooed by TV companies for her side of the story.

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