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January 26, 2024

OnlyFans Revenge Pornography Earned Stephen Bear More Than £22,300

Based on his OnlyFans revenge pornography video, Stephen Bear made £22,300.

After spending ten and a half months in prison, he walked out on January 14 after being sentenced for sharing sex videos with Georgia Harrison.

As a result of her conviction on March 3, last year, the Celebrity Big Brother 2016 winner was jailed on two counts of voyeurism.

A CCTV recording of the two having sex in a garden on August 2, 2020, led to Bear being convicted on Friday of profiting £22,305.46.

Essex Police financial investigator Laura Mackenzie told the court Bear was posing as “a billionaire” on his Twitter and YouTube accounts at the time.

He sold sexual videos despite pretending to be a billionaire, said Bousfield. The court heard his main asset was his house, worth £60,000.

After the video was uploaded on November 8, 2020, his OnlyFans account jumped 43%, from 1,061 to 1,883 by the time it was deactivated on December 8. Subscribers on his profile ‘@hollywoodbear’ could view the footage behind a paywall.

After the footage had gone viral and Ms Harrison became aware of it, there was a “jump up” in 9.99 dollar purchases. According to the court, he earned £1,650.98 after the standard 20% cut to OnlyFans.

His subscription fee was adjusted after the video was posted, from 7.50 dollars to 50 dollars (£39.28).

According to Ms Mackenzie, he earned £15,440.28 from the video on top of the £1,650.98 earned through the paywall.

The judge noted that the convicted sex offender refused to take the stand and provide evidence during the hearing regarding how much Bear earned from the video.

The judge accepted Ms Mackenzie’s profit valuation, and he acknowledged that it was hard to determine accurately what each new subscriber wanted after the video went viral.

In this year’s Love Island: All Stars, former contestants return to the show, the court has been unable to contact Ms Harrison.

After the show ends, the hearing will be held on March 4. In the second case, Epping Forest District Council claims the fence around Bear’s property is too tall. There is no immediate prospect of Bear getting a job, as he is unemployed.

In the second hearing, his defense barrister said: “He doesn’t have a car to his name – we ask for a modest financial penalty; there seems to be little purpose in hammering him with a significant financial penalty.

“As of today, there isn’t employment, and there isn’t a guaranteed contract (of employment), but certainly, the impression is that he’s dedicated to making a lawful professional career.”

Bear agreed to pay the money despite having “no certain or paid employment” at the moment. A £500 fine and £4,707.05 in costs are due in 56 days, and if they are not paid, he could be sent to prison for seven days.

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