TOMMY FURY’S cousin is reportedly fighting for his life in intensive care after being stabbed on a night out, which comes after the Love Island 2019 final saw the former come runner-up with Molly-Mae Hague.
Tommy Fury’s cousin, Peter Fury Jnr, 28, was allegedly attacked outside The Bubble Room in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, on Sunday at around 12.20am.
The Love Island 2019 star’s relative suffered serious wounds and was rushed to hospital last weekend where he underwent a major operation, The Sun have reported.
Peter, who is also a cousin of boxing champion Tyson Fury, was then moved to intensive care.
His father, Peter Snr, 51, told the publication: “He is lucky to be alive. He went through a four-hour operation.
“There were stab wounds all down the right side of his body, on his chest and arm and in the middle of his abdomen.”
“You don’t expect to find your son fighting for his life,” he added.
Peter’s dad said his son was making a “good recovery” and is set to be out of intensive care today.
A second man was also stabbed outside the nightclub following an altercation, and took himself to hospital.
Two people, a 30-year-old and a 25-year-old woman, have been bailed after being arrested on suspicion of assault.
A spokesperson for Cheshire police told the publication: “Officers found a 28-year-old man had been stabbed twice by two offenders.
“A second man, 28, was also stabbed. He had left the scene and taken himself to hospital.
“His injuries are not believed to be life threatening. Two people from Derby were subsequently arrested.”
It was also reported Tommy didn’t learn of the news about his cousin until after last night’s final, where he came runner-up with girlfriend, Molly-Mae Hague.
Tommy, 20, and Molly-Mae, 20, were the bookmakers’ favourite to win Love Island, but were pipped to the post by Amber Gill and Greg O’Shea, who won £50,000 between them.
The boxer and Molly-Mae were the only official boyfriend/girlfriend couple in the villa and had been together the longest.
During their interview, host, Caroline Flack, quizzed Molly-Mae on claims from viewers she has been “fake”.
Molly-Mae hit back: “It is hard to hear that. I just know this is so real. He know how I feel, I know how I feel, the Islanders know how I feel.
“We’re the only people that really matter. I really, really don’t care if anyone things I’m not genuine.”
The social media influencer added: “This is it, this is us and we’re in our own little bubble.”