Stephen Bear’s brother, Danny, has been revealed as a millionaire businessman who has worked with Priscilla Presley.
This month it emerged that Stephen, now a convicted sex offender, had been faking his lavish lifestyle, flaunting his wealth and pretending to own luxury items believed to be fake or rented.
However, in a strange twist of fate, it is discovered that, while pretending to be a millionaire, he is connected to a wealthy businessman.
danny Bear, 35, made his fortune after founding his the artisan bakers brand Euphorium in 1999 and sold it to Tesco in 2015 years later.
He continued to work in business, becoming a partner at Shogun Films, and revealed last year that he was creating a global hospitality brand featuring Priscilla Presley, ex-wife of the late Elvis.
Siblings: Stephen Bear’s brother Danny has been revealed as a millionaire businessman who has worked with Priscilla Presley
Since then, the businessman has branched out into acting, starring in low-budget gangster crime dramas. Renegade and Nemesis.
has been advised by British film producer Jonathan Sothcott, who told Essex Magazine: ‘I know so many actors who just don’t have that grit and realism, it’s something you just can’t fake.
“Danny is a natural, he’s a good-looking guy, he can act and he has that star quality. I can see him be in a lot of our movies in the future, he just has that something about him.
Danny has showcased his luxury lifestyle on Instagram, giving his million followers a glimpse of his swanky Surrey mansion and his custom-built BMW X6 modeled on the Batmobile.
In 2016, Danny revealed that he hoped to branch out into the reality TV business, claiming that a fly-on-the-wall show focused on his family could rival The Kardashians.
After Stephen became a household name as the winner of Celebrity Big Brother, Danny revealed that he wanted the whole family to shine.
He told El Sol: ‘We are a family of artists, it is in our DNA.
‘Our old man says: “A day without laughing is a day wasted.” We are a proper East End family and are always laughing and joking. Never mind these Kardashians, we’d make great TV.
Faking it: It emerged this month that Stephen, now a convicted sex offender, had been faking his lavish lifestyle, flaunting his wealth and pretending to own luxury items.
Entrepreneur: Danny Bear, 35, made his fortune after selling his artisan bakery brand to Tesco in 2015 and revealed last year that he was building a global hospitality brand with Priscilla Presley
Stephen’s family made headlines that year when it was claimed that his father he was kicked out of Elstree Studios the night of the Celebrity Big Brother finale.
After the end of the show, Bear’s father is alleged to have gotten drunk and disorderly and ranted against security, which ended with the family minus their winning son driving off in a car.
Though it seems the con man in the house wasn’t upset with his father in the slightest, as the next day Bear joked about his father’s run-in with security.
He wrote: ‘My parents are a legend (sic)’ before adding several crying emojis with laughter.
Earlier this month, Stephen, who is engaged to Jessica Smith, was convicted following a trial at Chelmsford Crown Court with television personality Georgia waiving her right to anonymity under the Sexual Offenses Act. , saying that she felt compelled to do so, as many people knew. of the video
Judge Christopher Morgan jailed Stephen for 21 months and gave him a restraining order not to contact Georgia.
The reality star has also been ordered to sign the sex offender registry and will be subject to 10-year reporting requirements.
Following the March 3 sentencing, Assistant Crown Attorney for the East of England Hannah Von Dadelszen said Stephen will be forced to “sell whatever assets he has” to repay the £2,100 obtained in the Georgia video. .
He turned up for his court appearances in lavish spectacles, arriving in expensive vehicles, often dressed in a fur coat and waving a gold-handled cane as he played for the cameras.
Despite giving the illusion of living a lavish lifestyle, complete with an OnlyFans platform, lavish vacations, designer clothes, Rolexes and jewelry that appear to be fake, Stephen, 33, may now be forced to sell his assets just to return the funds you made. to post the video.
He could also lose his £600,000 three-bedroom house in Essex after struggling to make mortgage payments.
He had eight failed businesses and ran his only remaining business from his parents’ home.
Loaded: Danny has showcased his lavish lifestyle on Instagram, giving his 1 million followers a glimpse of his swanky Surrey mansion
Caro: Danny also has a custom BMW X6 inspired by Bruce Wayne’s Batmobile.
His company is called Cubanlink Ltd and his parents Linda and Stephen’s home address in Walthamstow is listed as his registered office. Stephen’s occupation is listed in Companies House as Shop Assistant.
In 2021, Stephen boasted of having a cryptocurrency fortune worth over $200,000; however, his Twitter followers soon pointed out that the attached screenshot was a stock image that had been used elsewhere.
He also has a website for his supposed college on his Facebook bio, where he promises that he can “help you make six figures a year.”
However, the website is down and I get an error message that the domain has not connected to a site.