Love Island’s Faye Winter terrified and forced to up security after threats from strangers over Instagram home account | The Sun
LOVE Island star Faye Winter has revealed her "struggle" with living alone after a slew of "scary" security threats.
The estate agent, who has split with Love Island partner Teddy Soares, previously told how she had bolstered CCTV at her former home after a terrifying break-in last year.
Faye, 28, who confirmed to fans she is single in a recent chat on her Instagram Stories, has now opened up on her solo home life.
One fan asked her about the future of her home Instagram page, prompting her candid reply.
Faye wrote: "I really want to focus on that next year, I really struggled with this year living alone, getting messages from people that kind of scared me, so I chose to focus on other things.
"Although my house is secure and has cameras all over it, it still made me feel a type of way."
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Previously, she was left devastated as a "scumbag" burst into her car.
Prior to that, when she was still living with Teddy, the pair suffered a devastating break-in just three months after moving in to their dream home together.
They installed CCTV and an alarm system that immediately calls the police if the alarm goes off.
Faye teased that she'd be keeping track of Teddy's whereabouts and easily be able to spy on him when she's not there.
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At the time, they praised the cops for stepping up security after they reported the incident.
Faye told OK!: “It’s hard, but it’s in the hands of the police and what can we do.
“The police were so helpful and they know where we are with alarm system going directly to them and we have seen a lot more police patrolling which has been really nice.”
Meanwhile, Teddy didn't notice the car break-in at first as thieves managed to get in without breaking any windows.
But he thought "something was off" after realising his car seat had been moved.
Teddy added: “It is massively [scary]. We could hear voices but we didn’t really think anything of it.
“Then we went to get a McDonald’s quite late at night and I noticed my chair had been moved so I knew it was unusual and then the next day Faye needed her camera and I realised it wasn’t there.
“It felt so strange getting into my car in and out for a while knowing someone had touched all my stuff and invaded my privacy.”
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