Saturday 16 December 2017

Helen Flanagan worried steamy photos on stolen phone could be made public

Helen Flanagan
Helen Flanagan
Brian O'Reilly

Brian O'Reilly

FORMER Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan is reported to be worried steamy photos and texts on a stolen phone belonging to her could be made public.

The actress was the victim of a terrifying home invasion earlier this month after she tweeted she was home alone without her boyfriend.

A source close to the actress told The Sun: “Helen's mortified at the thought of the photos and texts going on the web.

“She doesn't want her solo amateur stuff bouncing around the net for ever.

“It's all very well doing sexy poses for mags in a studio. But daring shots taken in the privacy of her home are very different and were never taken to be made public.”

However police have attempted to calm the star, reassuring her the thieves probably only took her phone to prevent her calling the police.

They believe the criminals likely ditched the phone shortly after making their escape.

The burglars who broke into her home were wielding a saw and a screwdriver and made off with jewellery as well as her phone.

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