BBC star allegedly sent sexually explicit pics of Stephen Bear to colleagues

BBC Radio 5 Live host Stephen Nolan allegedly sent explicit images of Stephen Bear to colleagues, it has been reported.

It is claimed that the broadcaster sent shots of Bear’s penis to staff after the reality star won Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, reported The Irish News.

It’s alleged that he did so as he wanted Bear – who is currently in jail over revenge porn – to be booked as a guest on his show Nolan Live.

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The report claimed that Nolan sent a message to staff saying: “I want Bear!"

He also reportedly said: “If I don't get Bear tomorrow night I'm sending more Bear photos.”

Bear did appear on the show, and the segment saw the TV star stripping off to his underwear.

One recipient reportedly said in an internal complaint that messages containing the pictures were “beyond the pale” .

The publication said a probe was carried out in 2018.

Adam Smyth, the director of BBC Northen Ireland, has said he cannot comment on the claims about the images.

He told Daily Star in a statement: "There are important considerations of fairness and confidentiality involved in the handling of any workplace related complaint.

“We take these obligations seriously – and in the interests of everyone involved.

“It is for these reasons that we cannot comment on the specifics of any individual case, who/what it may have involved or its outcome.”

Earlier this year, Bear was sentenced to 21 months in prison for sharing a video of him getting intimate with his former partner, Love Island star Georgia Harrison.

The footage was uploaded to OnlyFans without her consent or knowledge and Georgia has since spoken out about the detrimental impact it had on her.

Daily Star has contacted the BBC for comment.

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