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Here’s how much ‘real life’ Martha was paid for ‘Baby Reindeer’ interview with Piers Morgan

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Baby Reindeer’s Martha has spoken out about the money she received for her Piers Morgan interview.Fiona Harvey, who is thought to have been the real-life basis for the stalker character in the Netflix drama, appeared on Piers Morgan Uncensored last Thursday (May 9), her first television interview since confirming her identity earlier in the week.Baby Reindeer is a semi-autobiographical series written by the comedian Richard Gadd that claims to tell the “true story” of a struggling stand-up (played by Gadd) who is maliciously stalked by an older woman named Martha.In the interview, which has been viewed over 10 million times, Harvey denied many aspects of the show’s narrative, saying that she did not stalk Gadd, attack his girlfriend, destroy the bar he worked in or contact his parents.And now, Harvey has criticised Morgan and attacked the show for not paying her enough for bringing attention to their channel.Speaking to the Daily Record, Harvey revealed that she was paid £250 for the appearance. “I asked if that was what they paid everyone and, if so, I wanted to see documentation to that effect,” she said.“That documentation has not been forthcoming.

I have not signed a contract for the interview and I will be seeking far more than a piddling £250.”When asked how much she thought would be appropriate, she responded: “I’d settle for a million.”She went on to speak about her overall experience on the interview show. “His staff were being so nice and saying everything was OK but when I went in to meet him he could barely look at me,” she said. “It was all a big act.”“He didn’t even say goodbye and only got the photograph taken with me because he needed it for the publicity.

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