Stephen Bear was jailed for 21 months for sharing a Private video without Georgia Harrison’s consent. Henry Bear, 33 of Bryony Close, Loughton appeared at Chelmsford Crown Court today (3 March) where he was sentenced after being found guilty of voyeurism, disclosing private images without consent and breach of bail conditions.
Stephen Bear was jailed for 21 months for sharing a Private video without Georgia Harrison’s consent:
Stephen Henry Bear (born 15 January 1990) is an English reality show participant and won Celebrity Big Brother in August 2016. Love Island star Georgia Harrison spoke of her relief after her ex-boyfriend Stephen Bear was jailed today for posting revenge porn of her.
Bear and Ms Harrison stars began dating in November 2018 after meeting on the MTV series The Challenge, before splitting a month later. In March 2019, the pair reunited and jetted off to Thailand for a fitness retreat but their whirlwind romance came to an end again shortly after.
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Who is Georgia Harrison?
Born December 28, 1994, Georgia Harrison is a television personality. She is best known for appearing in Love Island.
Who is Stephen Bear?
Stephen Henry Bear is an English reality show participant and convicted $3x offender who won Celebrity Big Brother in August 2016.
What happened between Stephen Bear and Georgia Harrison?
Stephen Bear was found guilty of sharing $3x tape featuring Georgia Harrison on OF. The 32-year-old was accused of voyeurism, and two counts of disclosing private, $3xual photographs and films – and was found guilty on all three charges.
Georgia Harrison Talk to the Media:
Georgia Harrison expressed her solidarity with other victims of revenge porn after her ex-boyfriend, Stephen Bear, was imprisoned for 21 months for sharing their private video on his OF website.
Georgia Harrison expressed her solidarity with other victims of revenge porn after her ex-boyfriend, Stephen Bear, was imprisoned for 21 months for sharing their private sex video on his OnlyFans website. pic.twitter.com/lAkH3ryIMw
— Evening Standard (@EveningStandard) March 3, 2023