Georgia Harrison admits she checks for hidden cameras when getting intimate with a new partner
Georgia Harrison has admitted that she finds herself looking for hidden cameras when she gets intimate with a new partner after her revenge porn ordeal.
Her ex Stephen Bear is now serving a 21-month prison sentence for voyeurism and two counts of “revenge porn” after she uploaded footage of the couple having sex on his subscription-based OnlyFans profile without her consent.
And after the horrific experience, Georgia said she’s still cautious when she meets someone she knows and despite trusting a man, is “hyperaware” of potential cameras.
The former Love Island star, 28, joined Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway on Friday’s Good Morning Britain where she discussed a woman’s landmark case of abuse. on hidden cameras in their home.
In addition to talking about the case and encouraging the law to change, Georgia also opened up about her own ordeal, admitting she’s related to the woman who found herself looking for cameras in new places.
Tough time: Georgia Harrison has admitted she finds herself looking for hidden cameras when she gets intimate with a new partner after her revenge porn ordeal
Wrong: Her ex Stephen Bear is now serving a 21-month prison sentence for voyeurism and two ‘revenge porn’ charges after he uploaded footage of the couple having sex on his subscription-based OnlyFans profile without her consent
Georgia told the hosts, “When she said she was always looking for the little cameras, I really do… especially when I start a new relationship, get intimate.
“Even though I trust the person I’m with, I always look around… I’m hyper aware of it, but it’s always something I’ll do because I think it’s part of the PTSD.”
On how she is doing now, she added, “I’m really coming out the other side and only getting back to normal life. I’m looking to support other victims and help them through it.”
Georgia’s words come months after her ex-boyfriend Steven Bear’s conviction for “revenge porn” offenses against her.
Late last year, Stephen was found guilty of sharing a video taken in his garden in 2020 showing him and Georgia having sex.
The sentencing of shamed reality star Stephen for sharing a sex tape of Georgia on OnlyFans was recently postponed by a month so that a psychiatric report can be prepared.
He was found to have taken CCTV footage of the deed in his backyard on August 2, 2020 and uploaded it online.
Georgia said she was unaware they were being filmed and told Stephen not to broadcast the footage when he showed it to her, but she said he then shared it on WhatsApp and the online subscription site.
Struggle: After the horrific experience, Georgia shared how she’s still cautious when she gets to know someone she knows and despite trusting a man, is “hyperaware” of potential cameras
Difficult: In addition to talking about the case and encouraging the law to change, Georgia also opened up about her own ordeal, admitting she is related to the woman who found herself looking at cameras in new places
Action: Georgia told the hosts, “When she said she was always looking for the little cameras, I really do… especially when I start a new relationship, get intimate”
Stephen had denied all charges, but last month a jury found him guilty by unanimous verdicts of two counts of disclosure of private sexual photos and films with intent to cause distress.
He was found guilty by a majority verdict of 10 jurors to two of voyeurism.
Stephen, who faces up to two years in prison, was due to be sentenced last week, but a request was made at a hearing at Chelmsford Crown Court to postpone the hearing until early March.
Defense attorney Gemma Rose told the court professionals who have reviewed Stephen so far were “unable to make a formal diagnosis” and that it would be “beneficial” for a full test to be done, reports Essex Live.
She said: “The sentence should be postponed pending the preparation of this report. I realize that the delay will cause stress and anxiety for all involved in the proceedings, but I believe the court has all the evidence.
“The Crown has cited Mr. Bear’s conduct at trial and I believe a psychiatric report will provide some context.”
Prosecutor Jacqueline Carey KC said the crown did not oppose delaying sentencing and that Georgia would attend the hearing and read her own victim impact statement in court.
Horrifying: Georgia’s words come months after her ex-boyfriend Steven Bear’s conviction for ‘revenge porn’ offenses against her (pictured with Bear in 2019)
Speaking out: After sentencing, Georgia described past two years as ‘absolute hell’
During the trial, Stephen regularly came to court in a white Rolls Royce, dressed in a variety of gaudy suits and coats, brandishing a gold or silver cane, posing outside while smoking a huge cigar.
After sentencing, Georgia described the past two years as “absolute hell.”
She added: “I hope that by taking my stand I give other men and women who have been victims of revenge porn the courage to seek justice and most importantly show them that they have absolutely nothing to be ashamed of.
“I have felt ashamed, hurt, violated, even broken at times, but today I stand here feeling empowered, grateful, and a tremendous sense of unity with all those who have reached out to support me through this ordeal.”