Georgia Harrison broke down in tears as she feared her ex Stephen Bear had “get away” with his revenge porn crimes in his harrowing ITV documentary.
The programme, which aired on Monday night, featured home video footage of the Love Island star telling his mother that he was concerned that the police would not charge Stephen with his crimes.
He was later assured by police that Stephen would still be charged, and he was later found guilty of voyeurism and sharing private sex videos without consent, and sentenced to 21 months in prison.
The documentary also featured vile voicemails sent by Stephen to his ex Georgia, as he tried to vehemently deny that he had filmed and circulated revenge porn of the couple.
In part of the documentary, Georgia feared at one point that Stephen might avoid facing justice for his crimes.
Explosive: Georgia Harrison broke down in tears as she feared her ex Stephen Bear had ‘get away’ with his revenge porn crimes in her heartbreaking ITV documentary
The show showed her at home talking to her mother on the phone, breaking down in fear that Stephen would not be charged.
“Mom, I think Bear got away with it,” she said through tears.
Explaining why he felt this way, the star told the camera: “I knew the time was coming that I needed to be uploaded, and I look at his TikTok and it’s like a video of him and his whole family.”
On his TikTok, Stephen seemed to be celebrating something, leading Georgia to wonder “why did he have to be so happy.”
Georgia then recorded the moment she received a phone call from the police, who assured her that they were still going to charge Stephen.
The documentary also featured voice memos sent by Stephen to Georgia, where he attempted to vehemently deny his revenge porn crimes.
Stephen called the former Love Island, Georgia star ‘fucking dumb’ and claimed she was seeking attention after she called on social media in 2020 for her followers to send screenshots and information to her agent if they had seen the clip. .
After she and her mother Nicola gathered enough evidence, Georgia confidently confronted Bear on WhatsApp and refused to back down as he tried to manipulate her.
Shocking: The documentary also featured vile voicemails sent by Stephen to Georgia, as he tried to vehemently deny that he had filmed and circulated revenge porn of the couple.
Emotional: The show showed Georgia at home talking to her mother on the phone, breaking down in tears fearing Stephen would not be charged.
Vile: In Georgia’s ITV2 documentary Revenge Porn: Georgia Vs Bear, which aired on Monday night, Stephen called Georgia “fucking dumb” for denying her involvement.
In Georgia’s ITV2 documentary Revenge Porn: Georgia Vs Bear, which aired on Monday night, Stephen spat: ‘Trolls, man, what the hell are you talking about? My DMs are inundated with everyone saying that I apparently filmed you and sent it to you.
So, I’ve followed your story and you’ve actually written a few essays and essays, describing me as someone I’m not.
‘It’s not fair. You shouldn’t be doing that. Especially since I haven’t sent anything that I would ever send.’
Georgia texted back: “I have evidence to prove it and you know what you’ve done so don’t play dumb.”
Playing innocent, Bear raged: ‘What do you mean what I’ve done? What the hell have I done apparently? I haven’t done anything. It’s like you’re just looking for attention or something.
In an on-camera piece, Georgia said in the documentary, “He was just trying to manipulate me into feeling sorry for him, which in the past has worked.”
On another note, Stephen continued: “I don’t do stuff like that, that’s the next level.” That can ruin people’s lives.
‘You just don’t think before you do anything. That’s really not fair.
Georgia replied, “I’ve talked to several kids you’ve shown and I have people who have sent me screenshots.”
Horrible: Georgia confidently confronted Bear on WhatsApp and refused to back down as he tried to manipulate her
She added: ‘I’m going to put your pants on (sic)’.
In a last-ditch attempt to save himself, Stephen told Georgia, “Have some fun, brag to all your friends, but when the dust settles, you’ll look like a jerk for making up outright lies.”
Georgia responded with a text message: “Wicked, we’ll discuss it in court.” Because you know what you’ve done.
Mocking Georgia, Stephen replied, ‘God, you’ve actually lost your way. Damn hell!
“Do your worst and you’ll feel so fucking dumb afterwards.”
Georgia concluded: ‘You will go to jail for this bear.’
Horrible experience: Stephen claimed Georgia was seeking attention after he called on social media in 2020 for his followers to submit screenshots if they had seen the film.
Stephen is serving a 21-month jail sentence for voyeurism and two counts of ‘revenge porn’ after uploading images of the couple having sex to his OnlyFans subscription, without their consent.
The illicit recording had been captured on CCTV on 2 August 2020, in his garden in Loughton, Essex, without Georgia’s knowledge, on the adult website OnlyFans and he made £2,000 from it.
Georgia, who also appeared on The Only Way Is Essex, waived her right to anonymity and insisted that she stand in solidarity with other victims of revenge porn.
The TV personality discussed the “biggest obstacles” she faced after becoming the victim of her ex Stephen’s revenge porn on Monday.
She said that despite having “constant flashbacks” of the video, the hardest part was “proving how distraught” the distribution of the clip had made her feel.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, he explained: “I think rape is a good word. You feel extremely exploited and hurt. Having to deal with that scale. It was a really devastating moment for me.
Georgia continued: ‘One of the biggest hurdles is showing that someone knew you would be upset if they shared that video.
‘Six percent even get the perpetrator charged, that’s just arrested.
Recovery: Georgia discussed the “biggest hurdles” she faced after becoming the victim of her ex Stephen Bear’s revenge porn on Monday.
You are using another human being. It doesn’t matter what your motivation is.
It’s downright evil. What I really want other victims to know is not to feel like they can’t come forward. The only shameful thing is the distribution without consent.
Recalling discovering that the images had been shared online, she explained: “I had constant flashbacks of all the other images that were there.” It was important to me that the police stopped him.
‘I think we’re getting there. In politics, a lot of people talk about things, but really it’s about doing them.’
Asked by hosts Susanna Reid and Ed Balls if she would consider going into politics, she said: “For the last 2 years I’ve talked to victims on a daily basis.” I’ve really educated myself on this, so I feel like I have the skills to pull this off.’
It comes after Georgia said she will “always fear” being secretly recorded having sex in an exclusive MailOnline chat.
The TV star says she “went into a spiral of dark depression” when she found out Stephen had managed to use her sex life for financial gain, and the trauma has affected her relationships with men to this day.
Exes: illicit filming took place at Bear’s home in Loughton, Essex, in 2020 and, in a new ITV2 documentary, Revenge Porn: Georgia vs Bear, Georgia tells her story.
“It’s definitely impacted the way I treat intimate situations,” she says.
“Especially if I find myself in a relationship where she will become intimate or sexually active, I will always have this fear in the back of my head. Even though I feel safe, I think ‘Is there a camera? Is someone recording me?’
I always have this hypersensitivity. It has definitely affected me with future relationships. I’m doing my best to get over it.
Georgia says she’s getting therapy and doing everything she can to “get rid of trauma patterns.”