Molly-Mae Hague ‘didn’t feel safe’ before £800k burglary and forked out on security

Molly-Mae Hague had spoken candidly about her fear of staying home alone as well as her need to tighten security measures at her home just weeks before being burgled.

The former Love Island star and her boyfriend Tommy Fury, both 22, had £800,000 worth of their possessions stolen by an "experienced gang" who specifically targeted their home on Thursday 21 October, according to reports by the Mail Online.

And earlier this month, the PrettyLittleThing creative director admitted that she was staying at her manager's home while Tommy flew to America for work commitments.

Back in April, Molly-Mae shared a video where she admitted that she had splashed out on a high-profile security company following a "few incidents" at her Manchester home.

Speaking in a YouTube clip, the reality star said: "I'm not sure I've mentioned this before, but I now have to pay a lot of money a month for extremely high security for the apartment.

"I had a few incidents, I just don't really feel safe anywhere anymore. I didn't feel safe in our last apartment, I don't really feel safe here."

Molly added: "I don't really feel safe anywhere anymore because I just feel like no matter how much you try and keep your life private, when you're in the public eye, your life is never private."

She explained that even the amount of PR parcels she got sent to her private address also left her worried as she had not given them the exact whereabouts of where she resides.

This comes after the MailOnline reported that the couple has been so shaken up from the incident that they have vowed never to live in their swanky apartment again.

The couple had a mixture of expensive jewellery and designer clothes stolen during their evening out.

An insider told the publication: "They will never return back to their apartment again. Unfortunately, they feel they have been targeted and don't feel safe there anymore."

Police are investigating the break-in, but any arrests are yet to be made.

When approached by OK!, Molly-Mae's representative shared: "Molly is doing well considering the circumstances. It has been a very distressing time but she is trying to be as positive as possible."

A representative for Greater Manchester Police revealed: "On Friday 22 October 2021 police received a report of a burglary.

"During the burglary a number of items were taken, including jewellery. Enquiries are ongoing and no arrests have been made."

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