When former reality TV contestant Stephen Bear arrived in court on March 3 to be sentenced to 21 months in prison, he sang in front of reporters and posed for selfies with supporters.
Bear had been convicted in December of voyeurism and sharing private sex videos and photos of him and his ex-girlfriend, Georgia Harrison. Ms Harrison, a TV personality and model, said she waved her anonymity to ‘stand alongside others’ who have been victims of similar crimes.
BBC correspondent Sonja Jessup was there the day Bear was convicted at Chelmsford Crown Court and asked if he had an apology for Ms Harrison. He did not answer.
Learn more about the meaning of Bear’s phrase here.
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