Molly-Mae Hague has opened up on the terrifying burglary at her and Tommy Fury's Manchester apartment last month in a new video.
Love Island beauty said the robbery, where £800K worth of goods were taken from their home, is "the worst thing that's ever happened to me".
Molly-Mae spoke out in a video posted to her YouTube page, after asking fans for their questions on her Instagram story.
In the video, she said: "Obviously, 99% of the questions I have been asked are about a situation that Tommy and I erm, a couple of weeks ago now.
"I've kind of dealt with my emotions now and I'm kind of doing really well so, this morning I was thinking: 'I don't really wanna dwell on it, bring it back up and bring up the emotions that I dealt with quite well' – not to float my own boat but I do think I've dealt with it quite well."
She added: "Basically, Tommy and I were robbed a couple of weeks ago now and it was without a doubt the worst thing that's ever happened to me – to us I'd probably say for him.
"And it was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we've been dealing with a lot.
"Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied, you name it."
The Love Island beauty went on: "I'm sure you guys have read, but basically, what they said in the articles is true, they took everything and we were left with a lot of stuff at all.
"I have been dealing with emotions that I wouldn't think I'd have dealt with during a time like this – one of them being guilt, which I never thought if I was ever to be robbed I would feel guilty for being robbed.
"But, I think seeing lot of the things on social media and seeing people's opinions on why we got robbed, I started to feel like: 'Was this my fault, did I share too much, did I do the wrong thing?'
"And I think, on reflection, now I mean – it's another thing I want to talk about in this video is how things are going to have to change now."
The reality star warned that "karma will come for the people that did it".
She then branded the thieves as "evil".
Later in the clip, Molly-Mae broke down in tears as she explained she and Toomy have moved from the Manchester pad where the robbery took place.
She admitted: "Honestly, I have never understood someone to have an emotional connection with an apartment, it's so strange.
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"The saddest thing about all of this," she said through tears. "I don't know why I'm getting upset because I was fine going into this video but when I speak about the apartment and moving out of it, that is the saddest part of this whole situation for me.
"It's not the things that were taken, it's not feeling violated of our space, it is literally the sole fact that we had to leave out apartment like that. That will never get any easier for me because that apartment was literally my happy place."
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