Charlotte Dawson was devastated when she was targeted by thieves when her car window was smashed

CHARLOTTE Dawson has revealed how thieves targeted her car when they smashed windows while it was sitting in her driveway.

The media personality – who rose to fame on the MTV show Ex On The Beach – took to Instagram to reveal the devastating news of the break-in.

Charlotte reveals how her white Range Rover was broken into

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Charlotte reveals how her white Range Rover was broken into
The star said thieves broke the window during the night

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The star said thieves broke the window during the nightCredit: Instagram

Charlotte, 29, daughter of the late comedian Les Dawson, explained that while nothing was stolen, her car was smashed.

Sharing a moment with fans, she showed how the roof of the driver’s side window was smashed by thieves to “run away” when the alarm went off.

“Bags of scum tried to get in our car last night,” she captioned the story post along with an angry face emoji. “Then they ran away when the alarm went off.

“A neighbor stuck his head out the window, they ran. We were lucky nothing was robbed, but that’s not a problem.”

The horrific break-in came just hours after Charlotte got home to celebrate her son Noah’s first birthday with friends and family.

She was joined by her fiance of rugby player Matt Sarsfieldto whom she has been engaged since 2020, for a lavish party.

Earlier this month, Charlotte revealed her plans for the day when the couple finally move towards marriage, joking that lovers will is a “week-long” love affair.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Charlotte said: “I’d love to get married but how can you with all this going on?”

Referring to the Covid pandemic and restrictions, she added: “I want a wedding that lasts a week! I don’t just want a day.

“So it’s not going to happen unfortunately any time soon. But at least I know now I’m going to look amazing in my wedding dress!”

Charlotte, who welcomed her son Noah last January, recently showing off her impressive body after the three-stone overhaul.

The TV personality developed gestational diabetes while pregnant with Noah and had to cut out all junk food – but after giving birth went back to eating unhealthy.

“When I was pregnant, I had to stop eating fries and gravy and other things that I loved,” she said.

“So after I had Noah, I made Matthew go get me McDonald’s. I said, ‘Go to Maccy’s now, it’s been five months!”

“And then I continued eating as usual, not exercising – literally walking between the sofa and the fridge.

“But I’ve been getting quite a bit of backlash on my Instagram. I’ve spoken so openly about my diabetes that people have told me I can’t go back to eating like I used to because I can get type two diabetes diabetes.”

Charlotte then went to the doctor and was told she was going to need insulin and decided to change her body and lifestyle, before launching Chazza’s new fitness platform Belleh Blitz.

She said: “Hearing that blew me away. Being a new mom and the image didn’t suit Noah… I thought ‘how am I going to do this? I hate working out,'” she said. I hate eating leaves… how shall I do this?”

“I still have fries and gravy but those aren’t extra, extra, overly large portions. I’ve had large fish and chips, sausage on the side, covered in gravy – that’s just it. It’s not necessary. But I’m still enjoying myself. , and I still have prosecution but not to the extent that I used to.”

New mom Charlotte Dawson reveals how her late father, comedian Les, pushed her to lose weight

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