Georgia Harrison contacts police after Stephen Bear posts ‘worrying’ video
‘Every time I talk about my problems they all think I’m joking’
Georgia Harrison has contacted the Dubai authorities after Stephen Bear posted an alarming video on his Instagram yesterday.
In the video Stephen spoke in a distressed voice and captioned the post: “The only time goodbye is painful is when you know you’ll never say hello again”
He said: “I’m so sorry to anyone that’s ever loved me but I can’t do it anymore. I just wanna make people happy and it’s never good enough.
“Every time I talk about my problems they all think I’m joking.”
Stephen also referenced “voices in his head” and not wanting to take medication and said he’s “just me”.
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Last week Stephen had posted a video joking about faking suicide, following Georgia Harrison’s claims that he filmed her without her consent and posted it on OnlyFans.
Earlier today Georgia addressed Stephen’s latest video on her Instagram story and said she was “concerned” for him. She asked her followers for the number of the emergency services in Dubai to try and get Stephen help.
She wrote: “Obviously I’m living in Dubai by myself so if that really is a suicide message I’m guessing I should call the authorities and report it, as you would do in England if nobody has heard from him so that police and ambulance services can look for him?”
Georgia later said she had heard he was “perfectly fine” but didn’t want to confirm 100 per cent as that was for him to do.
She said: “I heard he’s perfectly fine but don’t want to confirm that, that’s for him and his family to do. The Dubai authorities have been notified and that’s the most that can be done from my side.
“As someone who’s lost multiple friends from suicide I take things like this very seriously and couldn’t ignore your messages to do something.”
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Stephen’s video comes after Georgia Harrison claimed he had filmed her without her consent and posted the video on OnlyFans.
Stephen has firmly denied all the allegations and posted a statement on his Instagram three days ago and said he thinks the claims have been defamatory.
He said: “In light of recent events I wish to make an official statement. Footage has been shared online that has led to some serious false allegations being made about me.
“I am very upset and shocked about these allegations which are completely untrue. I will not address in any detail spurious speculation building online.
“I feel that the commentary surrounding this is aimed to defame my character, to destroy my career and my life. I will no longer be commenting or adding fuel to this subject. Thank you.”
After posting the original claims Georgia Harrison said she was planning on taking Stephen Bear to court.
The Tab has contacted Stephen Bear for comment.
If you or someone you know has been affected by this story, please speak to someone or contact Samaritans on 116 123 at any time. You can also contact Anxiety UK on 03444 775 774, Mind on 0300 123 3393, and Calm (Campaign against living miserably, for men aged 15 to 35) on 0800 58 58 58.