Molly-Mae Hague calls burglary 'worst thing that's ever happened' to her

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Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has described the recent burglary incident at her home as "the worst thing that's ever happened" to her.

The reality TV star and her boyfriend Tommy Fury were in London in late October when their Manchester apartment was targeted by burglars, who reportedly stole around £800,000 worth of belongings.

The 22-year-old broke down in tears as she addressed the incident in a YouTube video on Monday, confirming that the burglars "took everything" and they've been forced to move homes.

"Tommy and I were actually robbed. It was without a doubt the worst thing that's ever happened to me - to us - I'd probably say, and it was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we've been dealing with a lot," she shared. "Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied, you name it. What they said in the articles was true, they took everything. We were left with not a lot of stuff at all."

The influencer admitted the burglary made her feel guilty and question whether she had been sharing too much information about her life on social media, and she went on to state that she wouldn't reveal quite as much online as she did before to ensure her safety.

And while she's sad about losing some designer clothes and expensive jewellery, Molly-Mae confessed that she is most upset about having to leave the apartment.

"That apartment was my happy place. It was my sanctuary. It was so, so, so special to me," she shared. "We were absolutely forced out, we couldn't stay there anymore. Too many people knew where we lived. How can I sleep there at night if ever Tommy goes away? It wouldn't be possible."

Watch: Molly-Mae Hague is "Focusing on the future"

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