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Fans accuse Tommy Fury of posting old photo as he 'hasn't returned home to Molly-Mae'

Ella Scott

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Fans accuse Tommy Fury of posting old photo as he 'hasn't returned home to Molly-Mae'

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@mollymae

Tommy Fury has sparked outrage after fans accused him of 'faking' a reunion with his daughter.

The rumour mill has been going into overdrive recently following the 24-year-old’s controversial trip to Abu Dhabi.

Last weekend, Tommy was snapped enjoying the Formula One Grand Prix and later was seen dancing alongside US musician Chris Brown in a club.

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On Tuesday (28 November), it seemed as if the professional boxer had returned home to Cheshire.

It appeared that he marked the occasion by uploading a sweet snap of his daughter, Bambi Fury, to Instagram, but failed to mention Molly-Mae Hague, 24, in his now-expired Stories update.

However, The Sun has alleged that the Love Island star may not have returned home after all, as the publication claimed that his car is still at the train station.

Fans have slammed Tommy Fury for posting a photograph of Bambi to social media. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury
Fans have slammed Tommy Fury for posting a photograph of Bambi to social media. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury
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MailOnline reported that Tommy did return from the Middle East earlier this week, but is yet to collect his vehicle from the station.

Following the claims that the 24-year-old may (or may not be) in Cheshire, fans have accused him of posting an old photograph of Bambi to cover his tracks.

One Instagram user wrote: “Go home to your child.”

Another commented: “Shocked at your behaviour Tommy, shouldn’t be anywhere near a club or those fame/d*** thirsty girls begging for your attention. Molly deserves better.”

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A third said: “I think best thing to do is address these rumours whether they’re true or not.

The boxer was spotted partying in Abu Dhabi last weekend. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury
The boxer was spotted partying in Abu Dhabi last weekend. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury

“Because ignorance isn’t always bliss.”

However, many of the boxer's 5.5 million followers have taken to Instagram to offer their support.

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One wrote: “People don’t believe EVERYTHING you read on social media, MSM [mainstream media] are corrupt af & this is most probably a humiliation stunt, this is what celebs go through when they sign up for fame. IYKYK!”

A second said: “Haters are just chatting through their a*** Tommy, as though they don’t go out too.

“Only difference is no one cares to take notice of them.”

Neither Tommy nor Molly-Mae have commented on the speculation. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury
Neither Tommy nor Molly-Mae have commented on the speculation. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury
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“Why do people believe fake stories,” wrote a third.

Prior to Tommy jetting off to Abu Dhabi, the family headed down to London to enjoy a festive weekend together.

Molly Mae took to Instagram earlier this month to share a series of adorable snaps at Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland.

In one photograph, the former Creative Director of PrettyLittleThing, her fiancé and their 11-month-old daughter, could be seen smiling whilst riding on the teacups.

In the caption of the carousel - which was posted to her 7.8 million followers - Molly-Mae wrote ‘An evening of teacups and churros’.

Tyla has contacted representatives for Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague for a comment.

Topics: Sex and Relationships, Molly Mae Hague, Tommy Fury, Celebrity, Social media, Instagram, Love Island

Ella Scott
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