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Love Island’s Molly-Mae Hague ‘to be more careful on social media’ after burglary

Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague is said to be feeling “shaken” after the Manchester apartment she shares with boyfriend Tommy Fury was broken into

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Molly-Mae Hague has reportedly told friends that she’ll be more careful on social media in future following an £800,000 burglary of her home.

The Love Island star is said to be left feeling “shaken” after the Manchester apartment she shares with boyfriend Tommy Fury was broken into by thieves.

It’s already been reported that Molly and Tommy, both 22, feel so unsafe after what happened that they’ll never return to the flat.

Molly’s fans came to her defence yesterday after cruel trolls suggested she was to blame for the burglary after a recent string of social media posts saw her show off her expensive jewellery collection.

Molly’s pals say she’s learnt a lesson from what happened



Now, an insider says she “will be more careful” with what she posts on Instagram.

The source told OK! : “Molly has been left really shaken up. It was a huge robbery and it was a targeted attack.”

They added: “She’s now realised that she has to be more careful on social media and what she posts.

“She has a lot of followers and a lot of people watching her. She’s going to be so careful going forward and she’s totally learnt her lesson.”

Molly was blamed for showing off her expensive jewellery



Molly-Mae and Tommy were at an event in London when their home was burgled



The break-in is said to have happened at 10pm on Thursday, October 21, while Tommy and Molly-Mae were in London for an event, and that a large quantity of goods were stolen.

Some social media users had blamed Molly-Mae for “flaunting” her wealth, after recently wearing a whopping £180,000-worth of designer jewellery on a night out.

One posted: “I’m not saying Molly-Mae deserved to be robbed but keeping 800k worth of jewellery in your house is pretty stupid”.

Molly and Tommy reportedly don’t want to return to their apartment

While another wrote: “What did she actually expect was going to happen when she constantly flashes everything she owns on vlogs and on Instagram? Hopefully this will be a lesson for them both.”

Others rushed to her defence though, with one writing: “Molly Mae should be able to show off whatever she wants online without being in fear of being robbed. You are all so quick to victim blame, it’s not her fault she was robbed”.

And a second pointed out: “This narrative that showing off luxuries was what got Molly Mae and Tommy robbed is like saying that a woman wearing revealing clothes is what gets her sexually harassed”.

The Mirror has contacted Molly-Mae’s representatives for comment.

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