Georgia Harrison to open up about Stephen Bear revenge porn ordeal in documentary

georgia harrison to open up about revenge porn in documentary
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In a new ITV documentary, Georgia Harrison is reportedly planning to open up about the trauma she endured when her ex-boyfriend, Stephen Bear, shared footage of them having sex on OnlyFans.

To recap, reality TV star Bear was last week sentenced to 21 months in prison following a trial in which he had been found guilty of disclosing private sexual images/films with intent to cause distress and one count of voyeurism. Bear was also handed a restraining that prevents him from contacting Harrison for five years, and was ordered to sign the sex offenders register, meaning he will be subject to notification requirements for 10 years.

The crime happened back in 2020 when Bear – who previously appeared on a string of TV shows, including Shipwrecked, Ex on the Beach and Celebrity Big Brother – posted CCTV footage of himself and Harrison having sex on OnlyFans. The clip had been caught on the CCTV unit in his garden without Harrison's knowledge or consent.

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Speaking about the guilty verdict – and subsequent sentencing – Harrison, who has waived her right to anonymity, told reporters outside Chelmsford Crown Court on 3 March: "I just want to say that I’m happy and relieved that this matter is finally over."

Harrison continued: "This sentence is a vindication of what I’ve been put through and sends a clear message that the police and courts take this matter very seriously."

Now, an insider has claimed that Harrison plans to share further insight into the ordeal in an ITV documentary. "Georgia was put through hell and so making this documentary was extremely hard for her, there were a lot of tears during filming," a source told The Sun. "She was both angry and devastated throughout the trial and the film captured all her raw emotions during what was a really horrific time."

The insider went on: "After this utter nightmare, she wants to finally move on with her life and through justice being served and by meeting other victims of revenge porn, she’s taking those first steps."

If you need support, call Refuge’s Freephone 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247 or go to Alternatively, contact the Revenge Porn Helpline here.

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