MOLLY-Mae Hague's fans feared the star would be robbed just like Kim Kardashian months before thieves stole £800k worth of belongings from her home.
The distressed Love Island star's home, which she shares with boyfriend Tommy Fury, was broken into by an "experienced gang", it was revealed last night.
Police are investigating, but so far no arrests have been made.
It comes five years after Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kim was left "badly shaken" when thieves "tied her up and held her at gunpoint" in Paris before making off with more than £9million worth of jewellery.
In the aftermath, Kim was unable to sleep without security guards and she no longer wears jewellery.
Back in August, millionaire Molly-Mae had revealed she had treated herself to a pricey new bracelet after signing the biggest contract of her career as she landed a seven-figure deal with PrettyLittleThing.
The 22-year-old stunned fans with £128,000 worth of jewellery on her wrists alone – but it sparked fear she would be targeted like the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star.
A concerned fan tweeted:"I love Molly-Mae but I would honestly be so terrified that some sort of Kim K kidnap and robbery would take place with that amount of jewellery on me…"
One more agreed: "Mad!! I was thinking she needs to be careful flashing it around, look what happened to Kim."
A third wrote: "She’ll just get mugged now. It’s cringe why they do it."
Another shared: "I beg the poor girl never gets robbed but she has more than my years salary on one wrist."
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.
It was ransacked as they partied at Molly's Beauty Works launch on Thursday.
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."
It's believed the culprits got scared off and quickly ran off across the park at the back of the property.
A representative for Greater Manchester Police revealed: "On Friday 22 October 2021 police received a report of a burglary.
"During the burglary a number of items were taken, including jewellery. Enquiries are ongoing and no arrests have been made."
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