Molly Mae Hague was too scared to stay in Manchester home before £800k robbery
MOLLY-Mae Hague has revealed she stayed at her manager's house while Tommy Fury was away in Las Vegas after admitting she was "terrified" to be home alone.
The influencer, who is fast fashion brand Pretty Little Thing's UK and Europe Creative Director, opened up on her absence from the pair's £1.3million rented pad just weeks before thieves ransacked the stunning Cheshire home.
Her boxer boyfriend had flown to America for his brother and fellow boxer Tyson Fury's clash with Deontay Wilder, in which Fury triumphed.
Molly-Mae, 22, told her YouTube followers how the apartment was looking particularly clutter-free as she took the camera around her home.
Alluding to her apprehension to stay at the pad alone, she said: "This is the before ...
"It's really tidy actually because I've barely been here because I've been staying at Fran's [Francesca Britton] - that's why it's tidy, because I've not been here to make it a mess.
"But it's really cozy this morning I've put the heating on."
Molly-Mae then went onto detail how she was transforming the space into a spooky Halloween grotto ready for Tommy's arrival home.
She has previously spoken about her apprehension to stay at home alone, despite the fact the pair have committed to staying in their apartment following an unsuccessful property hunt to purchase their first place together.
Back in April, Molly-Mae told how she was too "terrified" to stay in her home alone and had to enlist the help of 24 hour security.
She formerly admitted that she "doesn't feel safe anywhere" and has been forced to hire permanent security to sit outside her apartment.
Speaking on her YouTube channel, Molly-Mae 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.
"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."
The social media influencer went onto describe an encounter with a stranger who turned up at her doorstep.
The TV star continued: "It honestly baffles me, I have no understanding how but the amount of PR packages I receive every single day from people all over the UK that know my address.
"I feel like one brand got hold of my address and have just sent it round. All these different people know my address.
"The other day I actually had someone turn up at the front gate ringing the gate saying they travelled five hours to the town they knew I lived and then just drove all around where we lived to find our house."
The reality star explained that the incident left her panicked and resulted in her hiring round-the-clock security.
She added: "I've basically redone the whole security plan for the next month so I have a permanent security car sat outside the apartment so I know I am 100 percent safe.
"When Tommy is here it's one thing but when I am here by myself I just want that reassurance that I am 100 percent safe.
"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."
The Love Island couple regularly share snaps of their modern flat boasting of stunning city views and an open plan living room.
The famous couple's house was ransacked as they partied at Molly's Beauty Works launch last Thursday.
Thieves are believed to have stolen goods worth £800k from their home in the terrifying ordeal.
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."