Real-Life ‘Baby Reindeer’ Stalker To Present Her Side Of Story In Interview With Piers Morgan. Here's All You Need To Know

Real-life ‘Baby Reindeer’ stalker is soon going to present her side of the story. Here's all you need to know.

Nitika Sharma
Written By: Nitika Sharma
Updated: May 09, 2024 | 10:58 IST
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Real-life ‘Baby Reindeer’ stalker is soon going to present her side of the story. Here's all you need to know.

Richard Gadd's new Netflix series ‘Baby Reindeer’ has been making headlines ever since it released. For the unversed, the new seven-episode series is inspired by traumatic, six-year-long stalking incident, faced by writer, actor Richard Gadd. As soon as the new Netflix miniseries was viewed by millions across the globe, fans started to wonder who the real life stalker is. We are happy to report that the mystery behind the stalker’s real identity may have been solved.

British journalist Piers Morgan has now teased a “world exclusive” interview with a woman named Fiona Harvey, who claims to be Richard Gadd's real-life stalker.

“WORLD EXCLUSIVE* The real-life Martha from Baby Reindeer breaks cover and gives me her first TV interview about the smash hit Netflix show. Fiona Harvey wants to have her say & ‘set the record straight.’ Is she a psycho stalker? Find out tomorrow on @PiersUncensored,” Piers Morgan wrote in a post on X (formerly Twitter), along with a photo of the journalist standing behind Fiona Harvey on the set of his show ‘Piers Morgan Uncensored’.

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The post is now going viral on social media. Several users are questioning the moral responsibility of engaging with a person who might be suffering from a mental illness.

The interview will be airing on YouTube on the official channel of ‘Piers Morgan Uncensored’. The interview will be going live on Thursday evening, and it remains to be seen what the alleged stalker has to say.

For the unversed, ‘Baby Reindeer’ is an adaptation of Richard Gadd's autobiographical one-man show of the same name and it is based on the comedian's real-life experience of being stalked and sexually assaulted.

The show follows Richard Gadd, a struggling comedian who ends up meeting a lonely woman at the bar where he works. The woman is then revealed to be a serial stalker and over the course of several years, she ends up sending him more than 41,000 emails, 744 tweets, 100 pages of letters and 350 hours of voicemails.

Richard Gadd had earlier said that he was not able to tell the exact story for legal and artistic reasons. “People I love, have worked with, and admire (including Sean Foley) are unfairly getting caught up in speculation,” Richard Gadd posted in an Instagram Story a few days ago.

“Please don’t speculate on who any of the real-life people could be. That’s not the point of our show,” he added.

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