Stephen Bear accused of breaking Covid lockdown rules again as he gets nieces to mime 'f**k' in TikTok video

STEPHEN Bear's fans have accused him of breaking lockdown rules again as he hung out with his nieces.

The reality TV star – who was last month arrested over revenge porn claims – got the two little girls to mime 'f**k' in a TikTok video.

He's uploaded eight videos of them together in the past 24 hours after setting up an account.

His sister's young kids sat on Bear's lap as they mimed: 'F*** you anxiety and insecurities. Not today. Be gone."

Bear covered his mouth with his hand as he pretended to be shocked as he heard the youngest girl swear.

The Ex On The Beach star arrived back in the UK from Dubai on his 31st birthday and was arrested by police at Heathrow Airport.

He had been abroad for six weeks to escape the UK lockdown, but returned to his Essex property after being let out on bail.

Bear lives alone, so under covid-19 rules is able to 'bubble up' with his sister's family.

But he's already been seen spending time with his 18-year-old girlfriend.

One of Bear's followers who saw the video, responded:"You're not supposed to be mixing with others outside your household, how many more lockdown rules are you going to break?"

Another added: "I hope this is within social bubble otherwise yet another lockdown rule broken."

Someone else said: "Really not funny getting a child to mime f*** you."

Bear started dating Tia McAlister in the summer of 2020 – and even got a huge image of her face tattooed onto his back when she was just 17.

They also got matching Capricorn starsign tatts.

The couple split following a romantic holiday in October 2020 after Bear was reportedly unfaithful,

But after Bear's recent brush with the law, the pair reunited.

He even broke quarantine rules to see Tia and grab coffee on the morning he got out of custody.

His ex-girlfriend Georgia Harrison has accused him of posting a sex video of her online.

Bear was arrested on suspicion of disclosing private sexual images or film without consent with intent to cause distress, voyeurism, harassment and obstructing a police officer.

He denies the accusations and has been released on bail until February 10.

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