Tommy Fury breaks silence on terrifying robbery at home he shares with Molly-Mae – and why they refuse to get bodyguards

TOMMY Fury has opened up about the terrifying moment robbers smashed their way into the home he shared with Molly-Mae Hague.

The pair's lives were turned upside down when thieves took £800,000 of belongings from their Manchester flat while they were enjoying a night out last year.

But despite bandits making off with a vast haul of jewellery and designer items, 6ft powerhouse Tommy refuses to hire bodyguards.

Opening up about the ordeal for the first time, he told The Sun: "It was a down time in our life – but we got through it.

"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.

"You can’t think about it or live your life wondering: ‘Will I be robbed?’ Whatever happens, happens.

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"We don’t dwell on it and we put it to the back of our mind. It is what it is.

"If somebody wants something of yours and they’re professionals, a few bodyguards won’t stop them. If it’s going to happen it will."

The star spoke out after fellow boxer Amir Khan was targeted at gunpoint by thieves who swiped his £71,000 watch.

However, Tommy admitted he did fear for girlfriend Molly-Mae, who he met on the 2019 series of Love Island, when he's on one of his many trips away.

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The star added: "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 has called the burglary “the worst thing” that had ever happened to them saying on YouTube: "It was just awful, horrendous, terrible.

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"So we have been dealing with a lot. Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied. You name it.”

In the wake of the robbery, Tommy and Molly-Mae moved into a “fortress” mansion in Cheshire once owned by a Premier League footballer.

They have since moved again, buying their first place together – a lavish house thought to be worth an incredible £3.5million.

The couple, who are having extensive building works done to the property, moved in but found it too noisy to sleep.

Tommy and Molly, both 22, have since jetted off on holiday to Los Angeles while construction continues.

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