Jamie Vardy 'installs high-tech security system amid death threats'

Vardy 'installs high-tech security system'
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Jamie Vardy installs new high-powered cameras inside and outside his Lincolnshire mansion after receiving death threats, according to a report.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has reportedly increased the level of security at his mansion after he and his wife Rebekah were subjected to death threats.

The 30-year-old was forced to move to a new pad in Lincolnshire last month after the location of his previous house was made public.

According to The Sun, the England international has fitted cameras in every room after being left riled by the hateful mail, most of which was aimed at his wife.

Vardy can now pick up any movement inside or outside his house via his mobile phone thanks to the addition of the high-powered cameras.

It was reported earlier this year that Vardy's mansion had come under attack from foxes, leading to the installation of a steel ring around the perimeter of his property.

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