Alleged Baby Reindeer stalker denies claims on Netflix series

“It’s a work of fiction, it’s a work of hyperbole,” says Fiona Harvey following allegations on hit Netflix series.

The woman believed to be the inspiration for Netflix hit series Baby Reindeer has denied being a stalker.

Fiona Harvey, who is said to have inspired the character of Richard Gadd’s stalker Martha, appeared on YouTube show “Piers Morgan Uncensored” said she is taking legal action against both Netflix and Gadd.

“I didn’t write him the emails,” she told Morgan, denying that she had sent over 41,000 emails and 100 letters to Gadd while allegedly stalking him.

“I think he probably made them up himself, I’ve no idea.”

“It’s a work of fiction, it’s a work of hyperbole,” Harvey said.

While Harvey repeatedly denied sending Gadd tens of thousands of emails (“How long would that take to type up?” she queried) at one point she admitted: “I think there may have been a couple of emails.”

Although she hadn’t watched the show she had been told about scenes from it by her friends and press who have approached her.

She did admit to nicknaming Gadd Baby Reindeer after he’d “shaved his head,” and visiting the north London pub where he worked.

“I should never have gone into that bar,” she said.

“I knew that guy, but I didn’t contact him a lot”.

She also denied any police charges, court time and prison time.

Source: Variety

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  1. This series was made with one intention…to make “lots of money” for Gadd and Netflix….the amount of money both parties have made are in the millions….as well it has increased subscriptions for Netflix…a win win for both parties…the whole saga now the supposed real stalker has revealed herself will make even more profit and viewership for Netflix.

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