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The real-life 'Baby Reindeer' stalker is speaking out after the Netflix show aired

The real-life 'Baby Reindeer' stalker is speaking out after the Netflix show aired

The alleged real-life stalker of Reindeer baby He spoke out after the success of the show on Netflix.

said an unnamed woman, who claims to be the inspiration behind Jessica Gunning's character Martha in the popular new series the daily Mail She was considering taking legal action for defamation after launching the Richard Judd project.

Reindeer baby Gadd's film follows Donny Dunn, a struggling comedian who encounters a lonely woman at the bar where he works. The coincidence, during which he offers her a free cup of tea, continues over several months as Martha is revealed to be a dangerous serial stalker. Over the course of several years, I sent him more than 41,000 emails, 744 tweets, 100 pages of letters, and 350 hours of voicemails.

While speaking to the newspaper, the woman insisted that Jad was in fact obsessed with her. “He's using it Reindeer baby “Chase me now,” she said. “I'm the victim. He wrote a bloody show about me.”

She claimed that Judd's text amounted to “bullying an older woman on television for fame and fortune” and that despite his attempts to hide her identity, she received “death threats and online abuse from Richard Judd's supporters”.

While Netflix described the series as a true story, Gad previously explained that he could not tell the exact story for legal and technical reasons, stating that he had to take certain protections. The show's creator even went so far as to ask his followers to stop trying to deduce Reindeer babyReal-life characters, including a successful TV writer who mentors Donnie just to take advantage of him.

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“People I love, work with, and admire (including Sean Foley) have been unfairly caught in the speculation,” Gad posted in an Instagram story on Monday that has since expired. “Please don't speculate on who any of the real people could be. That's not the point of our show.”

Foley also responded to people speculating that he was the one who groomed and exploited Gad, writing on X (formerly Twitter) that “all abusive and threatening posts against me have been reported to the police and are investigating.”