Georgia Harrison has revealed she is ‘never dating again’ as she continues to struggle with ‘trust issues’ from her previous relationships.
The former Love Island star shared that she has sought counselling to help her overcome her problems surrounding dating.
The 27-year-old admitted she’s been on the celebrity dating app Raya for over a year now but remains single while working on herself.
Struggles: Georgia Harrison has revealed she is ‘never dating again’ as she struggles with ‘trust issues’ from her previous relationships
In an exclusive interview, Georgia told MailOnline: ‘I’m never dating again. I don’t date. I genuinely think I’ve got a lot of issues. Trust issues potentially, and I’ve started counselling for it.’
‘I don’t date people enough, and it’s not normal at my age. I’m 27, and at my age I should be dating and connecting with people.
‘I find it very hard to date people – but I’m trying to work through it. It’s been around a year since I was on a date’
‘I’d like to go to counselling more often, but it’s really expensive. I go about once a month and it’s really broken the bank. It’s £70 [a session] – it’s not that expensive, but it feels like it is.
Speaking out: The former Love Island star has opened up about receiving counselling to help her overcome her problems surrounding dating
Georgia admits counselling has been a useful resource while getting over her dating fears, and reflects on her previous negative relationships.
She said: ‘I find it really good. I always thought it would be really negative having to bring up past things, but it made me think things about myself, like small patterns that I didn’t notice.
‘I’ve learnt why I go for men that won’t perhaps treat me the way that I deserve. It’s basically an underlying thing, and there’s ways of dealing with it. So I feel like I’ve learnt a bit.
When speaking about her experience on the celebrity dating app Raya, she said: ‘Yes, I’m on there. Sophie Kasaei told me she was declined, so I can’t believe I made it through the net. Somehow I made it on there.
‘I’ve been on it for about a year, but I hardly ever use it, and my friend met her fiancé on there. I’ve seen Lewis Hamilton on it. I can’t say who else or they’ll block me.’
Self-love: The 27-year-old admitted she’s been on the celebrity dating app Raya for over a year now but remains single while working on herself
Georgia didn’t name the person who has caused her trust issues, but had a traumatic break-up with her ex boyfriend Stephen Bear.
Stephen was arrested in February after he breached bail conditions over charges related to revenge porn, which he has allegedly discussed online.
The reality star, 32, faces trial for allegedly recording himself having sex with his former girlfriend Georgia Harrison without her consent and sharing the footage online.
Georgia has given written permission to MailOnline to be named in connection to this case, waiving the normal anonymity afforded to complainants.
Trouble: Stephen Bear, 32, faces trial for allegedly recording himself having sex with ex-girlfriend Georgia Harrison without her consent and sharing the footage online (Bear pictured outside court last July after pleading not guilty)
The Celebrity Big Brother winner pleaded not guilty to two counts of disclosing private sexual photographs or films, and one count of voyeurism, in July 2021 last year.
He was bailed following his initial arrest, but has allegedly been speaking about the case on social media since.
Essex Police confirmed that the reality TV star has been re-bailed ahead of his trial in December after admitting a breach of bail conditions.
Bear was first arrested in January 2021 upon arrival at Heathrow Airport following a holiday in Dubai.
He was accused of secretly recording himself having sex with Georgia on August 2, 2020, before subsequently sharing the video without consent on adult websites OnlyFans and Pornhub on August 2 and November 8 respectively.
Bear was formally charged in May with one count of voyeurism and two counts of disclosing private, sexual photographs or films with intent to cause distress.
UK return: Stephen was formally charged in May with one count of voyeurism and two counts of disclosing private, sexual photographs or films with intent to cause distress. Pictured in February 2020