Defiant Molly-Mae Hague shows off designer bag and jewelry after £ 800,000 heist

MOLLY-MAE Hague showed off her Chanel bag and jewelry after having £ 800,000 of personal property stolen from the apartment she shared with Tommy Fury.

The former Love Island star, 22, looked stunning in a dark red and purple blazer and matching dress pants.

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Molly-Mae Hague looked glamorous as she posed with her designer handbagCredit: instagram
The media personality broke down in tears and told fans it was

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The media personality broke down in tears and told fans it was “the worst thing that has ever happened”Credit: YouTube / MollyMae

The media personality posed with her classic designer handbag and a pair of gold hoops.

Looking sophisticated in the vibrant ensemble, Molly-Mae opted for a neutral makeup palette or kept her golden tresses slick over her shoulder.

Molly-Mae got on fire for the launch of her new Beauty Works collection and headed into the party to celebrate.

It comes after a tearful Molly-Mae declares that “karma will come” for “wicked” thieves.

She choked back tears as she opened up to fans about the shocking break-in, calling it “the worst thing that has ever happened to her.”

In a moving video posted to YouTube, the 22-year-old said the thieves “took it all” but their punishment will come for them.

“It’s just a really, really horrible thing that happened,” Molly-Mae said.

“Karma will come for the people who did it. That’s all I’m going to say because it’s just bad.”

Molly-Mae and her boxer Tommy were devastated when an “experienced gang” robbed their home.

It was trashed while they were partying 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 leave her house – explaining how more upset she was than losing her designer products.

“The saddest thing in all of this – I don’t know why I get mad – but when I talk about the apartment and move out, that’s the saddest part of this whole situation for me,” he said. she declared.

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

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

“We were absolutely forced to go out, we couldn’t stay there any longer. Too many people knew where we lived. How can I sleep there at night if Tommy ever leaves? It wouldn’t be possible.

Karma will come for the people who made it. That’s all I’m gonna say because it’s just bad.

Molly Mae The Hague

Shaken Molly and Tommy have vowed never to live in their apartment again after designer clothes and expensive jewelry – estimated at £ 800,000 – were stolen while they were away.

The couple moved to a new location following the incident, with their £ 4,250 per month apartment in Cheshire already for rent.

An ad on a real estate website advertises the property as ‘secure’ and ‘gated’ with other benefits listed including ‘impressive views of the park from the terrace’.

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

Meanwhile, influencer Molly revealed that she “feared thieves targeted her after posting about the 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 has been extremely careful to keep her address private, everyone is concerned that the YouTube videos shot in the apartment may have educated the gang on how to get in.”

They added: “It’s such a shame that Molly worked so hard for everything she bought.

Molly-Mae said 'karma will come' for 'bad' thieves

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Molly-Mae said ‘karma will come’ for ‘bad’ thievesCredit: Instagram
Molly-Mae Hague denounces £ 800,000 burglars as ‘evil’ and swears ‘karma will come to the people who robbed us’

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