LOVE Island’s Molly-Mae took a private jet to Ireland yesterday where kids paid £18 to meet her in a nightclub.
The star landed in Knock airport in the West of Ireland before she was driven to County Longford where she attended a personal appearance in Blazers nightclub.
Blazers in Longford, where Molly’s co-star Maura Higgins grew up, hired the new reality star to host their under 18s night and shared videos and pictures of her greeting young fans.
A clip shared by the club showed young girls around Molly and as they took photos with the 20-year-old Instagram influencer by a branding board.
Another saw the popular reality star hug two young lads as they gushed over meeting her.
Tommy stayed in the UK during her flying stop, but he wrote on Instagram beneath a pic of Molly boarding her private jet: “My baby smashing it”
Molly flew by private jet and paraded her designer clobber in snaps on Instagram, including two Louis Vuitton cabin bags worth £4000.
It’s not the only expense she’s racked up as she’s been staying in a £400-a-night luxury hotel in London since leaving the villa with Tommy.
Molly will continue riding the PA gravy train, like her fellow Love Island stars, tonight with a personal appearance at Infinity Nightclub in Sudbury, where adults wanting to see her can get in for free before 11pm.
Later this month she’ll head back to Ireland and join fans in Queens nightclub in Ennis.
Molly has been in therapy these past few weeks after she struggled to cope with cruel trolls since leaving the villa.
The influencer, who finished as a runner up on the show with Tommy Fury – took an intentional break from social media after she discovered she’d been hounded by vile fans.
Her social media silence was in stark contrast to her life pre villa, where she posted regularly and received nothing but positive comments from her legion of loyal followers.
An insider said: “It’s been really difficult for Molly-Mae since leaving the show. She’s always had a really positive experience online but has been cruelly targeted since going on Love Island.
“It’s been incredibly upsetting for her and she’s really struggled to understand why it’s happened to her. She decided to take up the offer of therapy to try and get her head around it all and hopefully get back to her old self soon.
“All the Islanders are offered it but everyone has been particularly worried about her since the show and have insisted she get some help to cope with it all. She was also advised to take a break from being online, which she has taken onboard.”
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