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has revealed that she was 'basically disowned' when a girl pierced her ears in the school toilets.
Reflecting on her younger years on Instagram Stories on Friday, she explained that her parents were very unimpressed and made her take the earrings out. 
The star, 21, told her fans the 'fun fact' after announcing that she's re-pierced her ears at home after not wearing studs for two years.
Rebellious phase? Molly-Mae Hague has revealed that she was 'basically disowned' by her parents as a teenager after a girl pierced her ears in the school toilets
Molly-Mae said: 'I basically re-pierced by cartilage and second piercing last night, not the most enjoyable activity but I've not worn both for 2 years!

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'Fun fact - a girl pierced my ears in the school toilet in year 8 and when my parents found out I was basically disowned and was made to take them out x.'
The blonde beauty also shared a short clip revealing the impressive results of her handy-work, with her now rocking two small studs along side a gold hoop.
'Not the most enjoyable activity': The Love Island star, 21, explained that she had re-pierced her cartilage and second piercing at home after not wearing earrings for two years
Molly-Mae has been in a reflective mood of late and shared a sweet throwback snap revealing a strawberry birthmark on her head on Monday 
In the adorable picture Molly-Mae is seen cuddling her toy elephant Ellie Belly and her birthmark pokes prominently out through her short blonde locks.
Molly-Mae previously chatted about her birthmark during a YouTube video shared to her account back in January, addressing her hairline's shape. 
While putting on her makeup, Molly-Mae explained: 'I actually was born with a very very large strawberry birthmark. 
Throwback: Molly-Mae has been in a reflective mood lately and shared a sweet snap of herself as a baby revealing a 'huge' strawberry birthmark on her head on Monday
'Essentially it looked like this [holds up a pink beauty blender].

It was bright red, it was super large, it stuck out from my head quite far. It was a very, very large one to be honest and in certain pictures of it it's quite shocking, it was huge.' 
The reality star went on to discuss how she had the birthmark removed when she was 12 or 13 years old and starting secondary school.
She told fans that her parents had been worried she could be bullied over the mark but added that 'luckily' she never was bullied.  
So sweet: Molly-Mae previously shared childhood snaps showing her strawberry birthmark in January, telling fans it was 'super huge'
Pointing it out: In a YouTube video, the star addressed why her hairline has a small dent
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