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‘Love Island’s’ Molly-Mae Hague Forced To Hire 24-Hour Security After Fan Turns Up At Her Home

Molly Mae
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Molly-Mae Hague has been forced to hire 24-hour security after a fan turned up at her home.

The 21-year-old, who lives in Cheshire with her Love Island boyfriend Tommy Fury, said she doesn’t ‘really feel safe anywhere anymore’ following ‘a few incidents’.

Opening up in a video posted on her YouTube channel, she said: “I’m not sure I’ve mentioned this before but I now have to pay a lot of money a month for an extremely high security for the apartment.

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Molly Mae & Tommy Fury
Molly-Mae Hague has been forced to hire 24-hour security for the home she shares with her Love Island boyfriend, Tommy Fury. Credit: @mollymae/Instagram

“I had a few incidents, I just don’t really feel safe anywhere anymore. I didn’t feel safe in our last apartment, I don’t really feel safe here.

“I don’t really feel safe anywhere anymore because I just feel like no matter how much you try and keep your life private when you’re in the public eye your life is never private.”

She went on to say how alarmed she is that PR companies keep sending her free products, despite her never giving out her address.

She added: “There’s just no possible way that all these people know my address.

“I’m sure you wouldn’t like it if people knew where you guys lived and I never want to sound like I am complaining, it’s just one of those situations that are hard to explain.”

Fans of the reality star have been left horrified by her admission, with one writing: “It’s crazy that people can’t just respect your privacy.”

Another added: “Omg I would be so terrified if people knew my address that’s disgusting someone has shared it.”

“You should get your lawyers on it and find out which brand spread your address,” a third ranted. “And never feel like you can’t complain about people overstepping your boundaries and doing totally inappropriate things like coming to your house – it’s about consent!”

They added: “You choose what to share, that doesn’t mean you’re not entitled to basic privacy and respect. Sending love.”

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