Molly-Mae Hague claims her terrifying £800k home robbery was "bad luck."
Molly and boyfriend Tommy Fury were targeted by thieves who broke into their Cheshire home in October taking jewellery and designer items.
The couple who met on ITV2 reality series, Love Island have tightened their security since the incident, however Molly puts the robbery down to "bad luck."
Speaking on her YouTube channel, she said: “I have this weird theory in life that everyone has their ultimate fair share of good and bad.
“I don’t know if it’s unhealthy to think this way, but when loads of good things happen to me in life, I kind of get a little bit fearful that something bad is around the corner.
“When loads of good things happen to me, this is too good to be true and something bad is definitely looming."
Before the robbery, the 22-year-old had signed a string of huge deals including becoming a creative director with clothing brand Pretty Little Thing where she was able to go "abroad constantly to shoot" content.
She continued: "In fact the last two years of my life have been a dream, so unbelievably incredible. So that’s how I kind of thought about it and rationalised it with the house break in.
"I kind of thought, okay it’s time for me and Tommy to have some bad luck and that was our bad luck – but since then it’s just been constant.
"It’s just been one thing after another and everyday I’ve been waking up thinking ‘surely something else can’t go wrong’ and I say to Tommy that it’s only up from here, things can only get better. But things have only got worse, which is so weird.”
The star now has 24/7 security which is costing the reality star turned business women a fortune because she is terrified of people finding out where her and beau Tommy live.
Molly even revealed she won't have her nail tech to her house anymore and won't even order Deliveroo as she feels "it's just not safe, it takes one wrong person to know where you live.”
Speaking on The Diary of a CEO podcast, the blonde beauty shared: "It's sad that at 22 years old you have to think that way.
"It changed things for me. It took that superficialness away. It just made me realise actually these things aren't really important. Your health, and your happiness, and your safety, safety is key."
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