‘Real life Martha’ who inspired Netflix’s ‘Baby Reindeer’ will appear on talk show tomorrow to ‘set the record straight’

The person who is believed to be the real-life Martha from Baby Reindeer has recorded an interview with Piers Morgan.

Baby Reindeer skyrocketed to number one on Netflix across the world, and it continues to intrigue people.

It comes from the brain of Richard Gadd, who also stars in the show as the character of Donny.

Gadd uses his past experiences to create an unsettling narrative which includes bravely opening up about the sexual abuse he received in the past when starting out as a comedian.

The show largely centers around Donny and his stalker Martha, as one seemingly small act of kindness snowballs into chaos.

Since the series dropped, fans have been on a mission to uncover the true identities behind the characters, none more so than the enigmatic Martha and Darrien.

However, the internet’s detective work took a dangerous turn when social media wrongly accused an innocent man of being Darrien, prompting police involvement and a plea from the show’s creator, Richard Gadd, to refrain from such speculation.

Gadd alongside Jessica Gunning, who played Martha. Credit: Rodin Eckenroth/Getty

Legal experts weighed in, revealing the ethical and legal ramifications of viewers attempting to track down real individuals associated with the show.

Despite Gadd asking people not to seek out the real-life Martha, she was found and has been vocal on social media about her thoughts on the show, and it’s clear that she isn’t happy.

In an exclusive interview with Piers Morgan set to air on May 9, the ‘real Martha’ will finally share her side of the story.

The announcement came via a tweet from the official Piers Morgan Uncensored account: “Thursday. 8pm. The ‘real Martha’ from Baby Reindeer tomorrow on Piers Morgan Uncensored. sent from my ihpone.”

Morgan himself teased the interview, revealing that it was recorded the previous day and describing it as “compelling.”

A snapshot shared on Twitter showed Morgan alongside a woman identified as Fiona Harvey, who is determined to “set the record straight” and “have her say.”

According to reports from The Daily Record, Harvey described the interview as a “sparring match,” expressing discontent with some of Morgan’s probing questions.

She particularly took issue with allegations suggesting she harbored an unhealthy obsession with Gadd.

Harvey has said that she felt “set up” by the interview and that Morgan “used” her.

Regardless, the show will go ahead, despite both Gadd and Harvey being uncomfortable with the situation.

During a recent Netflix panel, cited by the Hollywood Reporter, Gadd said: “I remember in real life when I was getting stalked, it was relentless and felt like it was everywhere, and I felt like my life wasn’t really functioning.

“I still had these unbelievable pangs of feeling sorry for her.”