Molly-Mae Hague has claimed she was thrown out of a luxury Dubai beach club after a security guard caught her with a vlogging camera.
She has insisted she wasn’t using her camera at the time but she claimed the club had promised her a full refund following the incident.
Recently the former Love Island star, 23, enjoyed a holiday in the United Arab Emirates for her birthday with boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury, who is also 23.
In a video uploaded to her YouTube channel on Sunday, the model claimed she was confronted by a security guard at Cove Beach at the Caesars Palace for having her camera out.
She told her 1.65m subscribers: “We have now left Cove.”
Her boxer boyfriend Tommy Fury interrupted to warn her not to give the venue a bad review before they got their promised refund.
Hague, who recently celebrated her new autobiography becoming a Sunday Times No.1 bestseller, continued: “That’s not me, I don’t throw shade, but we basically just got kicked out at the end.
“Basically, we were leaving because we want to go to this Aqua Fun because obviously we’d leave a cool, vibey beach club to go to an aqua park because that just sums us up but, as we were leaving, Tommy just signed the cheque and I had my vlogging camera in my hand.
“I wasn’t even vlogging, I just had it in my hand and one of the security guards came up to me and was like, ‘Why have you got that camera? You need to leave. Did they not check your bag when you came in here? How did you get in here with that camera?’
“Then he tried to escort me out but because Tommy was somewhere else trying to pay the bill, I was just stood there like, ‘What is going on?’
“He was really shouting in my face and then fully tried to escort me out because I had the vlogging camera but no one checked out bags when we went in, no one said I wasn’t allowed a camera.
“It was so weird. He said, ‘You need to leave, you need to leave. Who let you in here with that camera?’ Then he was trying to usher me out.
“So, that was interesting. But because we left and we didn’t really use any of the money that we spent for the bed because of that situation, they did give us a full refund which is good.”
The Standard has contacted a representative for Cover Beach for comment.
Elsewhere, Hague and Fury recently moved into their “dream home” in Cheshire.
The six-bedroom mansion reportedly set them back £4million with the Pretty Little Things creative director updating fans on their renovations on a specially dedicated social media account.