'Lauren's Way' was reportedly attacked with petrol bombs on Wednesday night (February 15), less than 24 hours after its grand opening.
"I'm just glad that no-one was in the shop at the time. I feel awful for the people with young families who live in the flats above. Nobody deserves this for just being on a TV show."
Goodger has also thanked fans, family and TOWIE colleagues for their support on Twitter.
"What a crazy 24hrs... want 2say BIG thank u 2family,friends & colleagues &specially u guys on here 4 ur support.Means a lot & I'm so touched (sic)," she wrote.
"As one door closes another one opens..You can't predict your future but u can change the path u want to go!! Think I'm ready turn my page..."
Reports have suggested that the boutique, which was also egged on Tuesday night, may be permanently closed down by the landlord due to fear of repeat attacks.
"Lauren had windows egged and one was broken," a source said. "She was really upset but just put it down to kids being silly. Now the landlord is not sure whether she wants to continue having 'Lauren's Way' at the premises."
A police investigation into the attack has been launched.
'Deuces' - the bar owned by Goodger's ex-fiancé Mark Wright and Jack Tweed - was burnt down in an alleged gang war back in October 2010.
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