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Baby Reindeer real life 'Martha' is suing Netflix in huge $70million US lawsuit

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Baby Reindeer's real life Martha, Fiona Harvey, is suing Netflix for a staggering $70 million in a huge US lawsuit. American lawyers acting for the Scottish law graduate have filed a Complaint against the streaming giant.

In the documents obtained by the Daily Record, Richard A. Roth and his New York firm Roth Law, demanded a jury trial at the the United States District Court Central District Of California to hold the broadcaster to account.

They claim Netflix 'lied' by claiming Richard Gadd's seven-part series told the true story of how he was terrorised by a convicted stalker who had been to prison and who had sexually assaulted him and that they did so out of 'greed' READ MORE Real life of The Outlaws and Baby Reindeer star Jessica Gunning - Doctor Who role, coming out and her famous kiss The complaint begins: "This is a true story.' - Baby Reindeer, Episode 1." The above quote from the first episode of the Netflix series, Baby Reindeer, is the biggest lie in television history. "It is a lie told by Netflix and the show's creator, Richard Gadd, out of greed and lust for fame; a lie designed to attract more viewers, get more attention, to make more money, and to viciously destroy the life of Plaintiff, Fiona Harvey an innocent woman defamed by Netflix and Richard Gadd at a magnitude and scale without precedent. "This is an action by Plaintiff Fiona Harvey ("Harvey") against Defendants Netflix, Inc.

and Netflix Worldwide Entertainment (collectively "Netflix"), for defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, gross negligence, and violations of Harvey's right of publicity, arising out of the brutal lies Defendants told about her in the television series, Baby Reindeer. "The lies that

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