Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace reveals thieves stole her underwear as she is burgled
Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace has been left shaken after revealing that her home has been burgled for the second time this year.
The former Big Brother star, 39, had her underwear stolen after her house was ransacked by someone who she believes has been watching the property.
The culprit also made off with a pillowcase, an iPhone and an iPad during the burglary, which took place on Wednesday between 1pm and 7.30pm.
She announced the frightening news on Twitter on Thursday morning, writing: “Burgled. Violated. Again. Sometimes I wish I could heal the world and sometimes I wish I could just beat the world up quite frankly.”
Those responsible broke in through a window after breaking a lock on the fence in her back garden.
The culprit left muddy footprints throughout the star’s home, and police have already been round to look for clues.
"When I found out about the burglary, I suffered an awful panic attack,” Aisleyne told The Sun .
"A rash just came all over my body, I was hyperventilating.
"It’s the violation, the thought that someone has been through all my personal belongings."
Aisleyne, who now works as a property developer, believes she could be being targeted by an online stalker.
"If they’ve gone to that extreme to break in just to steal my underwear, it feels scarier than a typical burglar,” she said.
"It makes me feel like, what’s next?
"The police think that it’s most likely to be a stalker who has been watching the house because I’ve had someone trolling me online for months and I think it’s him.
"I’m just devastated that I wasn’t home to protect my dogs."
The reality favourite says she is now keen to kit out her home with the highest level security system, reminiscent of her time in the Big Brother house.
She explained: "There’s someone watching my house, 100 per cent.
"I want to up my security now and have cameras everywhere, with bars on my window.
"It’s like I want to be back in the Big Brother house.
"Everyone says they don’t like the whole Big Brother idea of being watched on CCTV, but I would feel safer than I do now."
Aisleyne has since taken to Twitter to beg followers to come forward with any information they might have.
She tweeted: “Please if anyone saw or knows anything come forward, there’s already one eye witness.”
It’s been a tough year for Aisleyne, who was held at gunpoint in March by three masked intruders during a home invasion.
The star later told how she worried she would be raped, after being forced to hand over designer handbags, jewellery and money.
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