Molly-Mae Hague forced to delete YouTube video of Bambi video after fans warn her of security blunder

Molly-Mae thanked fans for pointing out the blunder before deleting the YouTube video
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Molly-Mae Hague accidentally shared a huge security blunder in a since-deleted YouTube vlog. The Love Island star and her partner, Tommy Fury, were victims of a burglary last year, so fans were quick to point out her slip up.

In the video, she unknowingly shared the security code on her baby monitor. She deleted the video and thanked fans for pointing out the mistake. 

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Molly-Mae has previously spoken about battling anxiety , after thieves stole £800,000 from her and Tommy’s former home in 2021. After the burglary, the couple moved from their Manchester flat to a more secure Cheshire mansion. 

Speaking about the event, Tommy said: "There’s a lot of celebrities being robbed, it’s rife at the moment and that is always going to be there. It’s terrible but it’s one of those things.

"When I’m not at home I do worry about Molly, but I try to put it to the back of my mind otherwise it will affect me and my job.I won’t let them win. Molly is safe and sound and that’s my mindset - positivity. I don’t live my life wondering ‘what if this happens?’ You can’t think like that."

Molly-Mae  revealed she had been robbed yet again when her camera was stolen during a PrettyLittleThing fashion show. She said she was heartbroken to have lost all the footage from the camera. 

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Molly-Mae said: "So I've had a lot of questions about where my vlog is from that week... basically my camera was stolen that week with my SD card in with all my footage from the fashion show."

"I don't even like typing it because for ages I told myself my camera would come back to me someway and I could get the footage back. I don't even care about the camera even though it was a brand new one I bought that week. I just wanted the SD card out of it with all the memories and footage on."

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