Molly-Mae Hague reveals car accident with Tommy Fury near Cheshire home as she suffers 'flashback'

Molly-Mae Hague
Molly-Mae Hague -Credit:Molly-Mae Hague YouTube

Molly-Mae Hague has told fans that she and Tommy Fury were recently involved in a car accident as she suffered a 'flashback' while being seen back in her car. The influencer opened up about the accident in her latest YouTube video.

She explained how she and boxer Tommy, 24, were heading out on a romantic date night when they were in their 'first accident'. Molly-Mae, also 24, explained how the couple had 'collided' with another vehicle after an elderly lady 'drove straight into' Tommy's car while on a country lane.

Speaking in her latest video while driving, Molly said: "I just drove down this little bit of road which has made me have a flashback that happened a couple of days ago. It was the weirdest thing ever and we kind of experienced our first little car crash. We were completely fine but a women drove literally straight into Tommy's car."

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Mum-of-one Molly-Mae, who shares one-year-old daughter Bambi with Tommy, continued: "We weren’t in my car and luckily Bambi wasn’t in the car because we were going on a date night and Zoe and Danny (Molly-Mae's sister and her fiancé) were at the house with Bambi.

"We had literally just left the house and this woman was pulling out a church car park and there was basically not enough room in the road for two cars and so she needed to wait until we had gone pass to then pull out and our cars just collided and we went straight into each other.

"Then she reversed her car back because I think she was like, 'Oh my gosh I can’t believe I’ve just crashed into you,' but she reversed back and then pushed the accelerator again and went straight into us again so she went into us twice! It was the weirdest thing ever, so I immediately got out the car and ran over to her. I actually thought she was not well or having a bit of a…I can’t explain it.’

Molly-Mae explained that the woman appeared to be in her late 70s or early 80s and was "really confused and upset" by the collision. She said: "My heart just broke for her because she was in complete shock by what she had just done.

"She was really confused and upset and I tried to comfort her but she wanted to just drive off and shut the car door and go. There was some car damage but we didn’t take her details because we were too flustered and a bit in shock. I felt really sorry for her and I didn’t want to upset her anymore. So yeah, that was fun."