Rooney Twitters On Phone Hacking

A Manchester United and England football star has revealed on his Twitter that Detectives from Scotland Yard investigating the News of the World phone hacking claims, visited him last week.

Wayne Rooney said he had been shown documents suggesting that his voicemails were hacked.

On Twitter Rooney wrote: "Looks like a newspaper have (sic) hacked into my phone".


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