Molly-Mae slammed by Made In Chelsea stars as 'the ideal candidate for a robbery' as she’s ‘not smart’

MOLLY-Mae Hague has been branded 'not smart' by two Made In Chelsea stars following her £800k burglary.

The Love Island star, 22, and her boyfriend Tommy Fury, also 22, fell victims to an 'experienced gang' of thieves in October.

Molly and Tommy's apartment was broken into and they were robbed of designer clothes and expensive jewellery worth hundreds of thousands of pounds.

The couple were out at the time, celebrating Molly's Beauty Works launch in London, but she later described it as "the worst thing that's ever happened to me".

Talking about the incident, wealthy Made In Chelsea stars Nicola Hughes and Tiffany Watson have slammed Molly for flaunting her wealth on social media.

Tiffany, the daughter of a millionaire restauranteur, said to her pal on their What We Don't Post podcast: "The only thing I would say…do you ever watch her vlogs? She does showcase a lot of what she buys and it will be things like 50 grand necklaces.

"I think, if you're a burglar, that's kind of your ideal candidate because you can see all these things that she's got.

"She's not hiding any of them, which is amazing because I loved watching all those things, but from a safety point of view, it was maybe not the smartest idea."

Irish model Nicola, who is married to wealthy businessman Charlie Tupper, added: "Obviously she has security 24/7, that's great but in general, when I'm wearing my engagement ring or anything expensive, I'm quite nervous. I don't know if there is any comparison."


Following their burglary, Molly-Mae and Tommy moved out of their £1.3million Cheshire apartment and into a new property.

Influencer Molly has also hired 24/7 security to make sure she's safe going about her day to day life.

She spoke about the robbery in a Q&A with fans and acknowledged whether she had "shared too much" online.

Molly admitted: 'I've been dealing with emotions I didn't think I'd be dealing with at a time like this, like feeling guilty. I never thought if I was ever to be robbed I'd be feeling guilty.

'”But I think seeing a lot of the things on social media and seeing a lot of people's opinions about why we got robbed I started to think, 'God was this my fault? Did I share too much? Did I do the wrong thing?'”

She added: "At the end of the day, with a job like mine, my job is to literally share my life, that's how I make a living.

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“I share every aspect of my life with you, things I buy, where I live, what I do with my boyfriend, where I'm going.

"It's really hard to find that balance of sharing – so that you guys want to keep up with my life and see what I'm doing – but then also keeping my life private so that I stay safe.”

Tearful Molly concluded: "I think I potentially lost that balance. Karma will come for the people that did it. It's evil."

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