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“I’ll never be the same again, but I finally got my confidence back after the revenge porn nightmare,” says Georgia Harrison

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“I’ll never be the same again, but I finally got my confidence back after the revenge porn nightmare,” says Georgia Harrison

GEORGIA Harrison has admitted she will “never be the same person again” but said she has finally regained her confidence after her revenge porn nightmare.

It comes after reality star Georgia, 28, made it Story last week after the government announced changes to revenge porn laws.

Georgia Harrison said she finally found her confidence back after her revenge porn nightmarePhoto credit: Getty
The TV star said she was “stronger” and “more resilient” after her sextape hell.Photo credit: Getty

Georgia’s disgraced ex Stephen Bear is currently serving a 21-month sentence Jail Punishment for voyeurism and sharing a sex tape.

Speaking exclusively to The Sun about the ordeal, Georgia said: “I always say: Victims of image-based sexual abuse are very similar to a grieving process, like losing a friend or family member.”

“The emotions really come in waves – it’s really important to recognize how you’re feeling and understand that it’s totally natural, but also to know that it will pass because everything passes with time, you just have to.” have patience with it.” yourself.”

The former ‘Love Island’ star admitted she’s back on track after taking some time to rebuild her confidence and mental state Health.

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The media personality explained, “I’ll never be the same person again, these things definitely change you.”

“But people are constantly evolving at every stage of their lives, no matter what pushes them to be a new version of themselves. So I definitely don’t feel like I’m the same person that I was, but I feel really, really confident and happy in myself and happy with the stage in my life that I’m in.

“It made me stronger and more resilient – it’s like everything in life. You can choose what life throws at you, but you can choose how you deal with it, and everyone can deal with situations the way they want to.”

Georgia – who previously opened up about how sextape hell had taken a toll on her mentally – said she’s doing much better now.

She continued, “I will speak to specific therapists, but I prefer holistic healing methods.”

“Everyone should see a therapist at some point in their life.

Mental health is so important to me and should be for everyone else – I treat my mental health like my physical health, literally, so I’m constantly working on it.

“I keep that in mind and I try to limit my screen time and social media use, but in the industry I work in, it’s difficult.”

“When I feel like I’m a little frustrated and burned out, I’ll put it down, go for a walk, do yoga and do something to be in nature and be in the present moment and just know that nothing is more important than mine mental health.”

“If you don’t charge up, you can’t really achieve anything in life.”

Georgia, who has partnered with Superdrug’s for the new You Before Yes campaign, said she understands some victims of sexual abuse may struggle with trust issues and fear being judged.

She said, “I definitely think it had a knock-on effect on you.” dating Live as the question “Do you know?” always hovers over you. And if they don’t know and I tell them, will they think differently about me?

“If you know… what is your…” Opinion from me? Will it have any impact? And whether they take me seriously or not?

“I think everyone struggles with things like that, but you have to know that it doesn’t define me or change me as a person.”

“If it was the other way around and I was dating someone who was put in a situation they didn’t want.

“I wouldn’t judge her or look down on her.

“So if you take that as a reason to see someone as inferior, then you’re not someone you want to date anyway.”

The ex-Towie star said that when she spoke openly about her traumatic experience, she became the subject of online trolling.

“When you have a large following and you’re in the industry that I’m in, you’re used to being trolled and also getting messages you don’t want to get in your inbox,” Georgia explained.

“I’ve developed quite a thick skin and really only see them as lost souls spewing negativity. They are the people who need help – nothing they say really upsets me.

“I think when you do something that’s publicly spoken about, you get judged by a small minority, but I really feel like most of my followers are positive.”

Georgia said she feels empowered to give a “voice” to those in the same position as her.

super drug“It gave me an opportunity to express something that is so close to my heart in a big way,” she said.

“They talk about it in all their stores, they put it on the condom packs, it opens up conversations about consent.”

“It’s really rewarding to know it’s having an impact.”

TV personality Georgia was among those calling for a change in legislation.

After a change, it will now be easier to prosecute people for sharing revenge porn Law In England And Wales.

Revenge pornography was criminalized in 2015, but before that prosecutors had to prove it was intended to cause humiliation or distress, but legislation passed on Tuesday will remove that clause.

Sharing intimate images without consent is now punishable by a maximum sentence of six months in prison.

“The legislative reforms passed today will be remembered as turning points for generations to come, bringing peace of mind to so many of the victims who have reached out to me and given at the same time.” Future “We give the victims the justice they deserve,” she said.

After Bear’s incarceration, Georgia admitted she nearly died fighting him for two and a half years – and will now sue him for destroying her career.

Brave Georgia previously opened up about the hell of two years she went through after Bear shared the video on OnlyFans.

Her shocking documentary Revenge Porn: Georgia Vs Bear aired back in March ITV2and she told The Sun that she almost died fighting him for two and a half years.

Stephen filmed consensual sex with Georgia on CCTV in 2020 and then made at least £40,000 on OnlyFans by uploading the clip.

He was also placed on the sex offender registry for 10 years and given a five-year restraining order prohibiting him from contact with Georgia.

Leading UK healthcare retailer Superdrug is launching the UK’s most comprehensive campaign to tackle the important issue of sexual consent, led by campaign ambassador Georgia and in partnership with leading UK charities Brook, Fumble, UK Says No More and Switchboard.

The you before yes The campaign provides information, education and support to improve people’s understanding of consent and help develop more positive consent behaviours.

It delves into the crucial but all too often overlooked world of consent to open important conversations about what consent actually means and helps people feel informed and empowered to find their voice and take positive action.

Superdrug is introducing consent warnings on the packaging of its own brand condoms to emphasize the importance of obtaining consent before anything else happens.

Georgia has teamed up with Superdrug’s for their new You Before Yes campaignPhoto credit: Superdrug
TV personality Georgia was among those calling for a change in legislationPhoto credit: Getty
Georgia’s disgraced ex Stephen Bear is currently serving a 21-month sentence for voyeurism and sharing a sex tapePhoto credit: Getty