Jamie Vardy has installed a high-tech security system in his mansion after he and wife Rebekah were targeted with death threats and sick online abuse.
The Leicester City and England striker has fitted powerful cameras in every room and in the grounds of his new Lincolnshire pad.
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Vardy, 30, was forced to move house earlier this year after the location of his house became public.
Fans and cranks would wait at his gates and ring his buzzer – some innocently looking for autographs, but some purposely trying to rile the player and his family.
Jamie and wife Rebekah has also been a target for disgusting online abuse.
She revealed to The Sun last month that vile trolls had said they had wanted to “rape” two-year-old Sofia and others wished that newborn boy Finley “should have been stillborn”.
The abuse came in the wake of Claudio Ranieri’s sacking last March – Vardy even revealed that one deranged fan tried to run Becky off the road.
Now the couple can log into the system on their mobile phones when they are out and are alerted by the system if it picks up movement inside or outside of the house.
Becky shared a snap of images showing infant son Finlay sleeping in his room for the first time – with every minute of his slumber recorded to a hard drive.
She wrote on Instagram: “hhh my little man first night in your own bedroom #growingtoofast”.
Their previous house was put on the market after fans found the location of the home, in Melton Mobray, following Leicester’s shock title win under Claudio Ranieri.
Vardy famously held a title celebration party at his house the night Chelsea drew with Tottenham – handing the crown to the Foxes.
The new 11-bedroom house has four acres of land and it is almost 30 miles from Leicester in a remote part of the Lincolnshire countryside.
The property, bought for around £2.5m, also boasts an indoor pool, sauna, tennis court, five bathrooms, five reception rooms and stables and paddocks.
It is bristling with cameras and lights outside the property.
The couple also had a high wall – standing two metres tall – built to protect their grounds from intruders.
A source said: “The house is just perfect for them and the high wall and other security measures gives them the privacy and protection they crave.”
Becky once hit out at mindless idiots who paid visits in the middle of the night to their home.
She said: “To the little T**** that think it’s funny pressing my gate buzzer continuously scaring my kids at 12.30am shouting Jamie your on camera.
“Have some respect! There is a baby living in this house! Next time I won’t be messing! #b*******.”
And she later stormed: “Let’s make something clear! Anyone who wants anything LCFC related signed go to the bloody training ground, do NOT come to our house.”