Distressing developments in the ongoing dispute between Jamie Vardy and Jamie Vardy's lookalike.
As most of you are aware, the relationship has broken down beyond repair in the past few weeks, with Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah now (very unfairly) labelling Jamie Vardy's lookalike 'a stalker' and blocking him on twitter.
Jamie Vardy's lookalike - who used to go by the name 'Lee Chapman' - is deeply upset by the row and said he can't understand why she would claim he is a stalker as they have only met once and he has never tagged her on twitter. He says the row is affecting his relationship with Leicester City football club.
And the lookalike's agent dropped this bombshell in an interview with the Sun, which was picked up by Independent.co.uk today.
According to Chapman's agent, James Austin, he has been deeply upset by the Vardy family's reaction and has considered ending his role as the footballer's doppelganger.
The news that he is considering ending his role as Jamie Vardy's doppelganger will come as a shock to many.
Most would agree that Lee Chapman is better suited to the role of being Jamie Vardy's lookalike than perhaps anyone else, most especially those who look nothing like Jamie Vardy.
It is unknown at this point whether this drastic move will entail plastic surgery of any kind.
Either way, the train is already in motion. We know all too well that these things always end the same way.
In a couple of days, Vardy's lookalike will emerge from his chateau in France, address the media scrum outside and read from a carefully prepared statement.
He will announce that after careful consultation with his family and friends, and with a heavy heart, he is leaving his role as Jamie Vardy's lookalike and suspending all Jamie Vardy lookalike related activities for good. He might have the good grace to concede that the pressures of the role just became too much for him at the end.
He will say that he is now looking forward to spending more time with his family and perhaps ask that the media respect his privacy.
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