6 shocking moments from 'IRL Martha' Fiona Harvey's 'Baby Reindeer' interview with Piers Morgan

6 shocking moments from 'IRL Martha' Fiona Harvey's 'Baby Reindeer' interview with Piers Morgan

She's calling the show's creator 'psychotic' and Piers himself 'a bully'.

The real-life Martha from Netflix’s most talked-about show ‘Baby Reindeer’ has slammed Netflix and the show's creators in a tell-all interview with Piers Morgan, calling it an "obscene work of fiction".

Fiona Harvey revealed she is the infamous woman behind the character that allegedly stalked comedian Richard Gadd IRL, turning his life upside down and inspiring the character Martha on the show where Richard portrays himself.

Despite admitting she has not watched the show herself, Fiona claims that a lot of how the character Martha is portrayed simply is not true and goes WILD calling out all of the alleged falsities portrayed before later alleging Piers himself is a "bully" and "twerp" that triggered her emotions.

Here are the most outrageous moments from Fiona Harvey and Piers Morgans 'Baby Reindeer' interview:

Fiona Harvey calls 'Baby Reindeer' a 'work of fiction'.

She claims the only fact in the show is that Richard worked as a barman and they had met a few times at the bar he worked in.

“I don’t know him,” she said, before admitting to having never watched any of the series.

“I have not watched any of it, I think it has taken up enough of my life,” she said. "It's an obscene work of fiction."


Fiona Harvey calls Richard Gadd 'Psychotic'

On the public sleuthing out her identity based on how the show cast the role of Martha, Fiona said that there was every intention by Gadd for her to eventually be found as the true identity behind the character.

“I think [Richard] always wanted this to come out, I think he wanted to persecute someone to take attention away from him.”

“I think he’s psychotic. And I think that anyone going along, being in that play and doing this to somebody, I find that I find the behaviour outrageous.”

On whether she believes Richard has ever “felt sorry for her”, Fiona replied: “No, I never got that impression at all.”

“I got the impression that he was all out for himself. Wanted to, sort of control that bar. Very, very inarticulate, very full of himself. I should never have gone in that bar.”

Did Fiona Harvey go to prison for stalking?

While the series shows Martha pleading 'guilty' and facing nine months prison time, Fiona says she has "never faced nine months of prison" time for her alleged stalking. 

“That’s completely untrue. Very, very defamatory to me, very career damaging. And I wanted to rebut that completely on this show. I’m not a stalker. I’ve not been to jail, I’ve not got injunctions, interdicts. This is just complete nonsense.”

She later claims she is prepared to take her own legal action against the show for "defaming" her character.

Fiona Harvey talks about receiving 'horrendous' death threats

“I find it quite obscene. I find it horrifying, misogynistic,” she said. “Some of the death threats have been really terrible online. People phoning me up. You know, it’s been absolutely horrendous.”

Were Fiona Harvey's emails on 'Baby Reindeer' real?

Despite Netflix revealing every email seen on the show was EXACTLY as they were sent down to the typos, Fiona denies sending Richard 41,000 emails, Tweets and text messages.

Instead, she claims it was more like “a handful of emails” of “jokey banter”.

She also denied leaving voicemails for Richard and alleged that she could have been recorded illegally by Richard in the pub they met. 

Fiona Harvey calls Piers Morgan a 'bully' after the interview

While she told Piers she chose to do the sit down with him because she believed he would "giver [her a fair hearing", she has since labelled him a "bully' and "twerp" for triggering her during their chat.

Just hours before the Interview was set to air, Fiona took to Facebook to say: "Piers is a twerp. But we [already] know this."

"You will see in my interview I'll let the [interview] speak for itself. Piers is a bully, we all know that. He triggers emotions," she continued. 

"[The interview] was very rapid to try to trip me up. He did it fast-paced to catch me off guard," Fiona added. "It seemed to me that I was set up. I feel a bit used."

You can watch the full interview between Fiona and Piers Morgan HERE!