Molly-Mae says it’s ‘really hard’ being sent loads of free gifts

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Molly-Mae Hague has said it’s “really hard” receiving a large amount of free gifts and PR packages.

Speaking in her latest vlog on YouTube, Molly-Mae shared her constant fear of not feeling safe and has had to increase her security spending because of her fear.

She said: “I have to pay a lot of money a month for extremely high security for the apartment. I didn’t feel safe in our last apartment, I don’t feel safe anywhere any more.”

via Instagram @mollymae

Molly-Mae went onto say her lack of feeling safe stems from multiple companies knowing her address and sending packages every day.

She said: “I have no understanding of how, but the amount of PR packages I receive every single day from people, from all over the UK, that know my address.

“One brand got hold of my address and have sent it round, that is what I feel like has happened. As much as I appreciate PR parcels and I know people want to get their businesses out there. It is really hard.”

Molly-Mae went onto clarify in the vlog she didn’t want to sound like she was “complaining” but it was a tricky situation to explain.

She said: “I’m sure you wouldn’t like it if people knew where you guys lived and I never want to sound like I am complaining, it’s just one of those situations that are hard to explain.”

via Instagram @mollymae

Molly-Mae will often document the free items she has been sent by PRs and brands on her Instagram story. Like many influencers she is sent beauty products, clothes and food items.

Molly-Mae is estimated to have a net worth over £2million thanks to six figure deals with brands such as PrettyLittleThing, partnerships with beauty retailer Beauty Works and her own fake tan brand.

Featured image credit via Instagram @mollymae

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