Jenny Thompson, 23, has promised not to insert revelations or include Wayne Rooney or Mario Balotelli’s names in her upcoming book.
Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on ITV1′s This Morning, Jenny explained that it was time for her to move on with her life.
“I’m focusing on building my relationship with my family, and what I want to do with my life as a career,” Metro.co.uk quoted her saying.
“I’m doing a book at the moment so hopefully, that’ll be good. It’s not a tell all book, its not a naming book.”
Jenny Thompson also told the public how she had the power to cause more damages in football between players and their WAGs, asserting that she had simply decided not to name anymore footballers who had fallen in her trap.
“‘There are no others that are going to get named.
“Literally, you read things (in tabloids) and certain things do get exaggerated. And if I wanted to name more footballers, certainly, I could’ve done it after the first story broke…
“I could have named them all and I didn’t.”
Perhaps, Jenny was just trying to tell her haters that she was not as destructive as many believe she is… The ex-escort girl reappeared in the headlines after she openly added Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli to her list of “scandal-makers”.
But according to Jenny – who was once identified as “Juicy Jeni” – her relation with Balotelli was more sparked by true feelings than anything else.
“I didn’t go through a nightclub and find him (Mario). It wasn’t set up, it wasn’t a target,” she affirmed.
“We were out having food and I genuinely did just fall for (him)…”
Well, whatever she felt for him, she can be sure of two things: Not only did she break Raffaella Fico‘s heart, but also is she far from being looked upon as a respectable woman in the football world.