Molly Mae Hague defended by fans after trolls tell her 'you deserve to be robbed after boasting about jewellery online'

MOLLY-Mae Hague's army of loyal fans have silenced cruel trolls who claimed she "deserved" to be robbed after "flaunting" her designer lifestyle online.

The influencer – whose job it is to promote the latest products while giving her followers an insight into her style and passions – suffered a heartbreaking robbery at her home with boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury in which an "experienced" gang stole £800K worth of goods.

It has been reported the duo, who met on Love Island and had set up home at the £1.3million rented property in Cheshire, will not return following the incident.

Yet despite the hugely upsetting nature of the incident for both 22-year-olds, the usual suspect trolls have piped up to claim they are in fact to blame.

Some disgusting trolls even went as far as to claim the Filter tab brand founder "got exactly what she deserved" as they spouted of the "daily purchases and having to show us on Instagram AND YouTube."

Another vile Instagram user commented underneath a supportive message nby Molly's sister Zoe and commented: "Constantly flaunt it and flaunt where they live 24/7 then are surprised people worked out where the apartment is … face palm."

Another put: "Tell your sister to keep flaunting her wealth 😂😂😂."

Yet Pretty Little Thing creative director Molly-Mae's huge fanbase exploded with support, with one writing: "Stay strong! I promise it gets better after a while❤️ keep the chin up."

Another quizzed: "Why are you so bitter? If ur broke then that’s ur issue.

"Molly used to shop at charity shops and didn’t have a lot. Now she is in a position to better herself, you wanna hate? Get a job broke ass."

One agreed as they typed a lengthy post: "Before people start with the nasty comments like yourself no one deserves there possessions taken from them be it in the public eye or not people work hard for what they have it doesn’t matter what the cost of any items are there priceless to them because they belong to them.

"So stop and think to what you say people are hurting right now and it doesn’t help with comments like that.

"It’s nice to show kindness and support at times like this."

Another took to Twitter to issue their support as they added: "This is awful and the trolls really need to give them a break, both Molly Mae and Tommy Fury work hard and do not deserve this!"


The reality TV darlings were thankfully away from their Cheshire apartment and in London at Molly-Mae's festive BeautyWorks launch when criminals struck to steal £800,000 of their possessions.

Police are investigating, but so far no arrests have been made.

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.

An insider told MailOnline: "They will never return back to their apartment again.

"Unfortunately they feel they have been targeted and don't feel safe there any more."

They added: "They have stolen approximately £800,000 worth of belongings leaving them with nothing left other than what they had on them in their suitcases in London on the night of event."

Molly's rep told The Sun: "Molly is doing well considering the circumstances.

"It has been a very distressing time but she is trying to be as positive as possible."

Meanwhile, in a chilling prediction, Molly-Mae did not stay home alone while Tommy was recently in America after previously telling how she was "terrified" in the pad.

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