PETER Andre can't remember his one night stand with Rebekah Vardy and is considering legal action over her 'chipolata' comments, according to reports.
The singer, 48, revealed his upset after comments the WAG made about his manhood in a 2004 interview resurfaced during her court battle with Coleen Rooney earlier this month.
He released a video addressing the comparison between his penis and a small sausage, saying he'd endured ridicule for 15 years.
Now a source has told the Mail: "Pete doesn’t remember meeting her, never mind anything else.
"At the time of the article he was younger, he didn’t have children and it didn’t matter so much. He was ribbed by his friends, but they knew the chipolata slur was the opposite to the truth.
"But now he is a dad and has a wife and he just doesn’t think it’s true. He is considering legal action against Rebekah," they continued. "He has consulted lawyers and is yet to decide whether he will go through with it, but he is very upset."
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Rebekah and Pete's night together is said to have taken place two years before the interview slamming his prowess in bed.
She told the High Court that she "deeply regretted" the comments and claimed her ex-husband forced her to criticise Pete, something he has denied.
The mum-of-five said: "It's something I deeply regret and something that's very much part of my past.
"It's not nice to read. I have dealt with this. To me, this is mud-slinging.
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"I was always threatened with mud-slinging by Mrs Rooney's team.
"I went through a terrible, terrible relationship. It was horrible, it was abusive, and I was forced into a situation.
"Yes, it's horrible. Would I ever do something like that again? Not in a million years. It wasn't nice."
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