Georgia Harrison has shared her fears about what would have happened had Stephen Bear been found not guilty at his recent trial.
The Love Island star’s ex, Bear, was jailed for 21 months for sharing a private sex video of them on his OnlyFans website.
Bear earned money from the clip, which was posted without Georgia’s consent, after she was unaware she was being filmed.
The 33-year-old was also given a restraining order to not contact Harrison for five years, and will be subject to notification requirements for 10 years after signing the sex offenders register.
Georgia issued a powerful statement following the sentencing, admitting she was ‘happy and relieved’ it was ‘finally over.’
Now the reality star has said she would have ‘lost everything’ had the court found him to be not guilty.
Speaking on This Morning ahead of her documentary Revenge Porn: Georgia Vs Bear, she said: ‘I he had got not guilty I would have lost everything.’
Explaining she had been silenced for the two years leading up to the court case, she said: ‘I would have been silenced for the rest of my life.
‘I would have been cancelled. Everyone would have believed I had something to do with [releasing the video].’
Reflecting on the fallout from Bear posting the tape online, she said she had suffered a ‘drastic drop in finances,’ having not done any TV work and being dropped by brands she was working with.
She previously described Bear of having made ‘a mockery’ of the trial, as he repeatedly showed up to court in a rented Rolls Royce, dressed in furs and carrying a cane.
On the morning of his sentencing, he sang to reporters and took selfies outside the court.
Georgia now says she is torn about the way he acted, as while it was ‘so disrespectful’ and ‘painful to watch,’ at least the world now saw ‘what I’ve been dealing with.’
The star is set to tell her full story in ITV documentary Revenge Porn, sets to air on Monday, March 20.
This Morning airs weekdays from 10am on ITV
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