Georgia Harrison hits out at Stephen Bear's 'villain' fiancée Jessica Smith
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Georgia Harrison has called out Stephen Bear's fiancée Jessica Smith, labelling her as a 'villain' who 'lives in a bubble'.
The reality TV star is fresh off her trial win against Bear, who has been sentenced to 21 months in prison on 'revenge porn' charges after being accused of sharing video footage of the former couple having consensual sex online, without Georgia's knowledge.
Throughout it all, Bear has had his fiancée Smith, who he regularly makes OnlyFans content with, fighting his corner.
Not only has Smith been posting photos of her and Bear to Instagram throughout the trial and sentencing, and following Harrison ITV documentary on revenge porn, but she has been posting videos to TikTok of her visits to Bear in prison.
Asked what she thinks of Smith's continued support of Bear, despite the horrific charges, Harrison had a lot to say.
"I just think obviously she clearly does want to be in the spotlight and she wants to get followers onto her OnlyFans page, which she is doing successfully," she told the Saving Grace podcast.
"I don't know, I just think he's a villain and so is she.
"I just think they enjoy infamy, or they wouldn't encourage it."
She went on to point out that Smith and Bear had been complaining about the coverage about them in the press, but were still 'literally snogging around the corner of the court.'
The former Love Island star added that she actually 'feels sorry for' Smith, since she met Bear when she was just 21 years old.
"I know he's extremely manipulative, especially when you don't have anyone to give you their honest outside opinion."
She added: "She's clearly in a bubble because they don't leave the f***ing house."
Harrison also complained that some of the content on Smith and Bear's OnlyFans pages has seemed like direct hits at her during the court proceedings, whether it was posting a caption like, 'can't believe you filmed this without me knowing', or filming a porn video dressed in orange inmate jumpsuits.
Earlier this month, Harrison called out Smith directly, after Smith shared a video of Bear claiming he was 'innocent until proven guilty' - a video that he posted after he had been proven guilty.
The video also saw Bear say he hopes he'll get a chance to give his side of the story one day.
Replying to Smith's tweet, Harrison wrote: "He’s had 2 and a half years to tell his story.
"He was questioned for hours by the police, a judge and barristers during which he was given a platform in crown court to explain himself.
"There is only one side of the story and that side was proven in court. Open your eyes."
Throughout the trial, Bear denied all the charges against him and claimed that he deleted the footage of Harrison and didn’t share it with anyone.