Stephen Bear has been dumped by fiancé Jessica Smith as he continues to serve out his 21 month prison sentence.
The disgraced reality star, 33, was jailed in March after he was found guilty of sharing a private video of him having sex with his ex Georgia Harrison to OnlyFans without consent and made £2,000 from it.
And according to The Sun despite previously vowing to stick by Stephen, model Jessica, 24, has ‘come to her senses’ and ended their ‘fake and toxic’ engagement.
A source told the publication: ‘It took me a while to realise, but it’s all been fake and toxic with Stephen. I’m better off without him and I’m looking forward to moving on with my life’.
Stephen has reportedly been left heartbroken by the news and tried to call the busty beauty on numerous occasions only for his calls to go unanswered.
Booted: Stephen Bear, 33, has been dumped by fiancé Jessica Smith, 24, as he continues to serve out his 21 month prison sentence (pictured together)
Moving on: Despite vowing to stick by Stephen, model Jessica has reportledy ‘come to her senses’ and ended their ‘fake and toxic’ engagement
MailOnline have contacted Jessica’s reps for comment.
Despite his conviction and sentencing, Jessica has previously vowed to remain at Bear’s side ‘through thick and thin.’
Last month the model was seen moving out of Bear’s Essex home after he was forced to sell up following his revenge porn case.
He was ordered to pay out £207,000 in damages, in one of the highest ever payouts in breach of privacy cases.
Bear shared the secret clip he recorded of Georgia with friends, ignoring her pleas to delete the video before publishing it on his Onlyfans account.
Georgia, who waived her anonymity, has become a campaigner calling for tougher measures against those who share explicit content without consent.
She told the High Court in July that the leaked video was her ‘worst nightmare’.
The High Court ruled Bear must pay £207,900 in damages to Ms Harrison.
Behind bars: Stephen has reportedly been left heartbroken by the news and tried to call the busty beauty on numerous occasions only for his calls to go unanswered
Split: Following his sentencing in March Jessica told her Instagram and Twitter followers that she was sticking by her disgraced fiancé
This is the highest sum to be awarded in an image abuse case and one of the highest awards of all time in a privacy claim arising out of a single act.
Ms Harrison said: ‘I couldn’t be more thankful to everyone who has helped support my civil claim, which after almost three years has finally been settled.’
In her ruling, Master Victoria McCloud said it was a ‘gross act of violation by a man towards a woman’ through use of the internet, The Evening Standard reported.
She added: ‘It was consensual sex but it certainly wasn’t consensual filming, and it was deeply violating.’
She went on to castigate Bear, who she said had gaslighted Ms Harrison by suggesting she was also responsible for the leaked video.
Commentators say he has largely ignored legal proceedings, although he has attempted to sell a property under his control in the last few days.
Shame: Stephen was sentenced to 21 months in jail in March after surreptitiously filming his encounter with Georgia Harrison on CCTV in his garden and then uploading it on OnlyFans (Pictured outside court)
Trauma: Former The Only Way is Essex star Georgia told the High Court that the making and sharing of the sex video was her ‘worst nightmare’ (pictured earlier this year)
Instead Bear, who won Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, had used his notoriety to launch a porn career, which came to a juddering halt in March once he was jailed, apparently much to his surprise.
A source close to Bear said he was ‘completely unprepared’ for being placed behind bars, believing he would be spared a prison sentence if convicted.
Gerogia, 28, has frequently fundraised for charities throughout her television career.
In April, she attended an event at St Giles Trust in London, which provides support for a variety of at-risk groups, including services to help vulnerable women, and met Labour leader Sir Kier Starmer and Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper.
Ms Harrison told Sir Keir: ‘So many women have been let down by the justice system’, saying there are loopholes that allow perpetrators to avoid conviction in cases of image-based sexual offences.
She added that social media and online platforms should be responsible for what is shared on their sites.
‘These platforms need to be held accountable for what they are allowing to happen on their platforms to get more users,’ she said.
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