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Molly-Mae Hague And Tommy Fury Buy A Guard Dog After Raids On Their Home

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury have bought a guard dog after they were victims of a £800k burglary at their Manchester flat last year.

Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury Buy A Guard Dog After Raids On Their Home

Tommy, 22, took to Instagram on Friday to share a clip of their new German Shepherd.

He added an emoji to his story as You've Got a Friend in Me played over the video.

Molly-mae dog

Following the break-in, Tommy and Molly-Mae, also 22, moved out of the apartment and into a gated property in Cheshire.

An inside source told The Sun: “Most of the footballers in the area have them [dogs] and the burglars just stay away because these animals are ferocious.”

They continued: “As soon as the burglary was discovered, Molly said she’d never live in the flat again and that she wanted the security of living in a house.”

“But the prices for rent are crazy and they are looking to buy somewhere asap. Tommy also says he wants a guard dog because they are a real deterrent.”

Molly-Mae addressed the burglary incident in a YouTube video titled Let's Talk and admitted: “It was without a doubt the worst thing that's ever happened to me.”

Wiping tears from her face, the blonde beauty also revealed she would be sharing less intimate details about her life moving forward, before adding of the robbers: “Karma will come for the people that did it. It's evil.”

Molly could be seen sitting on the floor of her and Tommy's new bedroom as she addressed her fans, telling them she would not be giving a tour of her new home, explaining: “For mine and Tommy's safety I just can't risk that anymore.”

She added she and her boxer beau left the old property as soon as they learned of the break-in, saying: “After what happened we haven't stayed a night there since.”

Molly-Mae said: “Tommy and I were actually robbed. It was without a doubt the worst thing that's ever happened to me - to us I'd probably say - and it was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we've been dealing with a lot.”

“Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied, you name it. What they said in the articles was true, they took everything. We were left with not a lot of stuff at all.”

“I've been dealing with emotions I didn't think I'd be dealing with at a time like this, like feeling guilt. I never thought if I was ever to be robbed I'd be feeling guilty.”

“But I think seeing a lot of the things on social media and seeing a lot of people's opinions about why we got robbed I started to think 'god was this my fault? Did I share too much? Did I do the wrong thing?'”

“That's another thing I want to talk about in this video: how things are going to have to change now. At the end of the day, with a job like mine, my job is to literally share my life, that's how I make a living.”

“I share every aspect of my life with you, things I buy, where I live, what I do with my boyfriend, where I'm going, it's really hard to find that balance of sharing - so that you guys want to keep up with my life and see what I'm doing - but then also keeping my life private so that I stay safe.”

She noted: “I think I potentially lost that balance. Karma will come for the people that did it. It's evil.”

When asked: “How are you feeling about not being able to go back home?”, Molly said: “Now, some of you may have realised from what I've been posting that we have moved, we left our apartment.”

£800,000 worth of designer goods and jewellery were stolen from the flat she shared with Tommy.