Love Island’s Molly Mae Has Admitted That Online Trolling Led Her To Dissolve Her Lip Fillers

“The trolling I got for that was really intense”

Love Island’s Molly Mae Hague has opened up about her experience with online trolling, admitted that it has lead her to dissolve her lip fillers.

Getting candid about her appearance in a recent YouTube tutorial, Molly-Mae admits that she feels she went “too far” with cosmetic enhancements when she left the Love Island villa.

Speaking openly she said:

“I have got most of my filler dissolved, obviously I used to get filler and when I came out of Love Island I got a little bit more filler and for me, that was the worst time for me coming out of the villa,”

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“The trolling I got for that was really intense”

Continuing to speak in her video about the hate she received, she said:

“It was really horrible but I can understand why it happened because I went overboard with it and I didn’t really realise what I was doing and I just went too far.

“It was just a really, really bad time because I had literally come out of the villa and that is the time you are most scrutinised.”

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This isn’t the first time Molly has opened up about her experience with online bullying. She has previously said that the hate she receives sometimes makes her feel defenseless.

Speaking to The Sun she said:

“They say my head’s shaped like a square, my face looks like a 50p, I look like SpongeBob. And there’s the catfish thing, where people say that my Instagram is completely different to how I actually look,”

Molly became involved with an an-trolling project in an attempt to have her voice heard and show the negative impact online-bullying can have.

Admitting that even celebrities and influencers Molly once looked up to jumped on the nasty comments bandwagon, she told The Mirror:

“One thing I was really shocked about when I came out was a lot of celebrities that I looked up to and really loved, I’d go back on their accounts to see what they’d been saying and a lot had been joining in on the trolling and negativity against me.

“Like a Victoria’s Secret model who I’d adored for ages joining in on it and it was so hard to see. There were a lot of celebrities encouraging negativity.

“You’d think they’d understand better than anyone else, you just wouldn’t think that would be a thing, you’d think celebrities would understand what it feels like.”


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