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‘Baby Reindeer’ cast walk BAFTA red carpet amid legal threats from ‘real-life’ Martha

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Baby Reindeer including stars Richard Gadd and Jessica Gunning have walked the BAFTA red carpet amid legal threats from the ‘real Martha’.The recent Netflix series claims to tell the “true story” of creator Gadd’s real-life stalking experience, with Gunning portraying stalker Martha.The woman who allegedly serves as the real inspiration for the Martha character, Fiona Harvey, took part in an interview with Piers Morgan Uncensored last week (May 9), in which she denied multiple times that she had stalked Gadd between 2014 and 2015.She also said she was “taking legal action against Richard Gadd and Netflix” and that “we have instructed lawyers in part, but we want to explore all of the options out there.

There are a number of people to sue.”Gadd and Gunning, as well as fellow star Shalom Brune-Franklin (who plays Keeley), were seen at the TV BAFTAs last night (May 12), which was dominated by wins for Happy Valley and Top Boy.

Gadd and Gunning also presented an award during the ceremony.During her interview with Morgan, Harvey revealed she hadn’t watched Baby Reindeer, saying: “Not at all.

I’ve heard about the court scene, about the jail sentences and all this sort of stuff… I haven’t watched any of it.”She also counter-claimed the stalking allegations, alleging that she herself was the victim, claiming she met Gadd only a few times and asked him to “leave her alone”.

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