Stephanie Davis shares the moment a ruthless thief stole her son Cabane’s birthday present from the boot of her new boyfriend Joseph McIlroy’s car.
The 28-year-old actress revealed on Instagram on Wednesday that she went ’empty’ after most of the presents were stolen the day before Cabane’s fifth birthday.
Stephanie said she made the discovery after viewing CCTV footage that showed the thief walking into the car before opening the boot to find a pile of toys.
Upset: Stephanie Davis shares the moment a ruthless thief stole her son Cabane’s birthday present from the boot of her new boyfriend Joseph McIlroy’s car
Speaking in her Instagram stories, the former Hollyoaks star said: ‘I had a bad morning this morning.
‘I woke up this morning with Joe’s boot and passenger door open. Yesterday we went shopping for Cabane’s birthday presents at Smithy’s and everywhere else and someone stole them from the back of the car.
‘This morning I was absolutely broke I thought “why, what is my life”. Thought a day before his birthday and his gifts have been robbed.’
Gone: The 28-year-old actress revealed on Instagram Wednesday that she was ’empty’ after most of Cabane’s gifts were stolen the day before her fifth birthday.
Shocked: Stephanie made the discovery after viewing CCTV footage that showed the thief walking into the car before opening the boot to search for the toys.
Proud mum: Stephanie hired Cabane after a tumultuous relationship with her ex-boyfriend Jeremy Connell. She is now in a new relationship with Joe
Jerk: ‘This morning I was completely broke I thought “why, what is my life”. Thought it was a day before his birthday and his gifts were robbed,’ she said
Stephanie said she was ‘trying to find compassion’ because the thief ‘must be desperate to do so’.
She continued: ‘No matter how many gifts he receives, it is with him.’
While sharing the video, Stephanie said, ‘Think I am cursed’.
The television personality has been having a tough time of late. Last month, Stephanie feared she would die at the hands of her hunter—who tormented her for months with creepy gifts.
The actress’ stalker, 43-year-old Alex Boston, pleaded guilty on November 12 to stalking the Celebrity Big Brother star, though he failed to serve a sentence on December 22.
In a new interview discussing the test for the first time, Stephanie described how she first noticed someone was watching her when a delivery of hand-crafted daffodils was left outside the house where she lives with her son, Cabane. .
Terrible: The television personality has had a tough time of late. Last month, Stephanie feared she would die at the hands of her hunter – who had tormented her for months.
At first, Stephanie brushed off any annoying thoughts and thought that maybe her mother, Pauline Davis, left flowers outside her door.
Although Pauline confirmed that she was not a gift giver and more gifts began to arrive at the estate, Stephanie began to worry.
Talking about some of the gifts she received, Stephanie told the Mirror: ‘She left behind a big bag of stuff that apparently she picked out for me. What startled me was that there was a small leopard print number – upon reflection it makes me feel sick – as I thought he clearly saw it, went out and got it, and thought it was would be nice to me
Stephanie said she knew that the person who left the gifts was the culprit, as they kept leaving bunches of daffodils with the gifts.
One gift was a plant, accompanied by a message that read: ‘Grow it to increase our love.’, declaring love and acknowledging that he wanted to be the father of his son, Cabane.
Terrible: Actress stalker Alex Boston, 43, pleaded guilty on November 12 to stalking the Celebrity Big Brother star, though he failed to serve a sentence on December 22
Stephanie, who was in a relationship with Oliver Tasker at the time, asked her then-boyfriend if he was sending the gift—though he said he seemed annoyed and confirmed it wasn’t him either.
The gifts made Stephanie feel paranoid and she began to question whether it was anyone she knew in her local area, including a man who repeatedly asked her out on dates. .
During the test Stephanie discovered hundreds of messages from the stalker to the fake accounts in her Instagram.
He said: ‘I saw a few messages from this account – one in hundreds, because I don’t know how many accounts he created to message me, like really obsessive and creepy – but he was basically saying that He knows we are meant to be together and he loves me and wants to be Cabane’s father.’
A CPS spokesperson said: ‘Between April 2020 and July 2021, Boston followed Ms Davis by bombarding her with messages via social media, distributing letters and gifts, and walking outside her home address.’
CPS said Moreton’s Boston in Wirral, Merseyside, was identified through fingerprint evidence on his Instagram account and letters.
More letters to Davis were found when his address was searched.
Creepy: Gifts for Stephanie continue to come in but Stalker will also bring gifts for his son, Cabena