Stephen Bear’s fiancée Jessica Smith told Georgia Harrison to “sue him” in a now-deleted tweet.
Last Friday, 3 March, Celebrity Big Brother star Stephen was sentenced to 21 months in jail after being found guilty of two counts of revenge porn and one of voyeurism last year.
At the time of one of the offences in December 2020 that Stephen, 33, has since been convicted of, Love Island star Georgia, 28, tweeted: “so stressed and hurt by everything that’s been shown to me today [pleading face emoji]."
While Georgia did not directly address the situation unfolding at the time, she later waived her anonymity to speak publicly about the ordeal sue endured.
Jessica had quote tweeted Georgia's post and wrote: “Sue his dirty f***ng a**” alongside a sick-face emoji, as seen in a screengrab obtained by The Sun.
Jessica wasn’t dating Stephen at the time of her tweet. The pair sparked up a romance in May 2021.
In other tweets, Jessica, now 24, referred to the Ex On The Beach star as “trash” and accused girls of “using him for clout”.
OK! has contacted Jessica for comment.
Fast forward to Stephen being sentenced last week and Jessica spoke out in favour of her husband-to-be.
“Through thick and thin my love. I’ll see you soon,” she wrote next to a snap of them together.
In a separate tweet she added: “What’s even the point anymore. I’ve lost half of my heart, I feel empty.”
Following Stephen’s sentencing, it’s been revealed that Georgia will speak out further in her own documentary.
Discussing the upcoming documentary, Georgia told her social media followers: "I was silenced for over 2 years now I finally have the chance to show you the journey I had to go on to get to this point.
"There was a lot of interest from the get go about making a documentary on this subject and I couldn’t be happier to announce @itv @itvxofficial will be showing it on the 20th march at 10pm on itv2.
"Itv made me the person I am today from Towie, to love island to this and there is no one i would trust more to handle such a sensitive part of my life."
She added: "More information to follow but since it’s out in the press I thought I should let my followers know as you guys have supported me so much to get to this point. Thank you."
The programme, titled Revenge Porn: Georgia vs Bear, will be released on 20 March.
In the wake of his sentencing, Stephen may be faced with selling his car and home to pay back the money he made from sharing the X-rated video with Georgia.
Chelmsford Crown Court heard 273 people viewed the video for $9.99 each – making him around $2,800.
In total, he made just shy of $50,000, or £40,000, on OnlyFans from October 2020 up until its deactivation in early December.
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