The heartless robbers who took everything from me in £800k robbery are evil – but karma will come says Molly-Mae Hague

A TEARFUL Molly-Mae Hague has said "karma will come" for the "evil" robbers who cleared £800,000 worth of personal property out of the flat she shared with Tommy Fury.

The former Love Island star fought back tears as she opened up to fans about the shocking break-in, branding it the "worst thing that's ever happened" to her.

In an emotional video posted to YouTube, the 22-year-old said the robbers "took everything" but that their punishment will come around to get them.

"It's just a truly, truly awful thing to have happened," Molly-Mae said.

"Karma will come for the people that did it. That's all I'm going to say because it's just evil."

Molly-Mae and her boxing beau Tommy were left devastated when an "experienced gang" robbed their home.

It was ransacked as they partied at Molly's Beauty Works launch on October 21.

Breaking down in tears in the YouTube video, Molly went on to reveal how sad she was to be leaving her home – explaining how she was more upset about that than losing her designer goods.

“The saddest thing about all of this – I don't know why I'm getting upset – but when I speak about the apartment and moving out of it, that is the saddest part of this whole situation for me,” she said.

“It's not the things that were taken, it's not feeling violated for our space, it's literally the fact we had to leave our apartment.

“That apartment was my happy place. It was my sanctuary. It was so, so, so special to me.

“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.”

Shaken Molly and Tommy have vowed never to live in their apartment again after designer clothes and expensive jewellery – thought to be worth £800k – were snatched while they were out.

The pair have moved into a new place following the incident, with their £4,250 a month Cheshire flat already up for rent.

Karma will come for the people that did it. That's all I'm going to say because it's just evil

An advert on a real estate website bills the property as being "secure" and "gated" with other perks listed including "impressive views across parkland from the terrace".

The plush penthouse, which influencer Molly often used to film her YouTube videos, boasts a spacious and open plan living, dining and kitchen area.

Meanwhile, influencer Molly has revealed she "fears thieves targeted her after she posted about shopping sprees".

A source told The Sun Online: "The fear is that the thieves saw evidence of Molly and Tommy's shopping sprees on Instagram and decided to target them after that.

"Even though Molly was extremely careful to keep her address private, everyone is worried the YouTube videos filmed in the flat may have tipped off the gang on how to get in."

They added: "It's such a shame as Molly worked so hard for everything she bought.


"It's heartbreaking that she'll never go back to the flat."

On the night of the raid, Molly and Tommy had gone on a rare evening out as they joined forces at Molly's Beauty Works launch.

They beamed as they walked hand-in-hand into the Christmas product party event, with Molly wearing £180,000 worth of jewellery.

But while they partied with reality TV star pals including Maura Higgins, their precious belongings were being removed from their apartment.

Already a multi-millionaire after her appearance on Love Island, the star often shows off her expensive gifts and pricey purchases on her YouTube and Instagram accounts.

The influencer has 5.9million followers on Instagram and 1.57million subscribers on YouTube.

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