Suspected of being the real Martha, Fiona Harvey wants to file a complaint against Richard Gadd and Netflix, among others

Suspected of being the real Martha, Fiona Harvey wants to file a complaint against Richard Gadd and Netflix, among others
Suspected of being the real Martha, Fiona Harvey wants to file a complaint against Richard Gadd and Netflix, among others

This May 9, the woman who would have inspired the character of Martha in My little reindeer, Fiona Harvey, spoke out for the first time in the media. She refutes the accusations against her and promises to file a complaint against Netflix and Richard Gadd.

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The saga around the Netflix series My little reindeer is not about to stop. In an interview with the talk show Piers Morgan Uncensored, this May 9, Fiona Harvey, suspected of being the woman who inspired the character of Martha, announced that she wanted to file a complaint against Netflix and Richard Gadd. The latter is at the origin of the series – which is a huge success – and plays the main character, named Donny. But the screenwriter, and actor, also presents this program as an adaptation of facts that really happened to him, in particular entire months of harassment on the part of the “real Martha”. If Fiona Harvey admits to having met Richard Gadd in the past, she refutes all the accusations of harassment and sexual assault depicted in the series. She therefore affirms that she will file a complaint for defamation.

Fiona Harvey plans to sue a large number of media outlets

“There are several people to pursue, so we have to do things one by one”, she told Piers Morgan. In addition to Netflix and Richard Gadd, she plans to take legal action against the “Daily Mail and all those who say it is the truth and who [la] harass”. According to him, Richard Gadd invented everything (or almost everything) to make money. Piers Morgan notably questioned her about the 41,000 emails that the actor claims to have received from her. Fiona Harvey denies and says she only sent him“a handful”.

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Fiona Harvey asks Richard Gadd to “leave her alone”

Doubtful, the British journalist tried to pull the worms out of the 58-year-old woman’s nose: “You know that if you file a complaint, there will be investigations, and if these 41,000 emails exist and come from a device that belonged to you, it will be easy to find out.” “I wouldn’t sue them if I thought there were 41,000 emails from me out there in the wild.”, she insisted. While waiting to know if Fiona Harvey will actually take legal action against the creator of My little reindeershe wanted to send him a direct message: “Leave me alone ! Find yourself a life and a real job. I am horrified at what you did.”

Article written in collaboration with 6Médias

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