EX On The Beach star Chloe Goodman has hit out that Stephen Bear “made her life hell” during their time on TV together.
The reality TV contestant – who rose to fame on the MTV programme in 2014 – de marca Stephen, 32, “nasty and vile” in a tell-all chat about the pair working together.
Chloe, 29, opened up about how Stephen repeatedly slammed her as “frigid” when she hit back against his advances.
La estrella de televisión, who featured alongside the Celebridad Gran Hermano ganador en 2016, estaba “hugely uncomfortable” being alongside him on the show.
ella le dijo a la Correo en línea: “I met him on the show and he made a beeline for me. He made advances to me straight away
“I immediately rebuffed them and continued to do so.
“He was very nasty when I was saying no and turning him down. He did have a nasty streak to him – he’s a bully.
“I am a very strong woman but I felt hugely uncomfortable.”
Chloe went on to brand Stephen as a “misogynist” quien fue “intimidación” women on the show, including those who worked behind the scenes, suggesting he’d made a crew member cry.
She concluded that he was a “desagradable” man due to the “vulgar” way he speaks about women, hitting out about his “manipulativo” comportamiento.
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Chloe concluded: “Everything that came out of his mouth was vile and shocking. It’s just the way he is.”
Chloe spoke out after Stephen was convicted and found guilty of sharing a secret sex tape with his Towie star ex Georgia Harrison on OnlyFans.
Stephen was found guilty of filming consensual sex on CCTV before making at least £40,000 on the X-rated site from uploading the clip en 2020.
Él era declarado culpable of voyeurism and two counts of disclosing private, sexual photographs and films.
Georgia, who bravely waived her anonymity, today said she was “relieved” by the verdict after two years of “absolute hell”.
She said in a statement: “The last two years have been absolute hell and this verdict will allow me to start to put the pain I have suffered in the past and start embracing the future.
“Bear’s behaviour was completely unacceptable and those who choose to commit such crimes should and will be prosecuted.
“I have felt ashamed, daño, violated, even broken at times but today I stand here feeling empowered, grateful and a huge sense of unity with all of those who have reached out to support me throughout this ordeal.”
Georgia also said with more people’s lives spent online, it is “important” they are protected “in the virtual world just as they are in reality”.