“Baby Reindeer”’s“ ”Real-Life Stalker Speaks Out, Says She's Considering Legal Action for Defamation

The woman who the Netflix show is based upon criticized her onscreen depiction, describing herself as the “victim”

<p> Ed Miller/Netflix</p> Jessica Gunning as Martha in

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Jessica Gunning as Martha in 'Baby Reindeer.'

Warning: This story contains spoilers from the season finale of Netflix's Baby Reindeer.

Baby Reindeers alleged real-life stalker is sounding off on the hit Netflix show — and she's extremely unhappy with how she's portrayed.

In a recent interview conducted by the Daily Mail, which declined to identify her by name, the woman weighed in on the show based on the experiences of the show’s creator, writer and star Richard Gadd.

The 58-year-old woman from London, portrayed onscreen by Jessica Gunning, claimed she has received “death threats and abuse from Richard Gadd supporters.”

"He's using Baby Reindeer to stalk me now," she said, arguing that Gadd was "bullying an older woman on television for fame and fortune."

"I'm the victim. He's written a bloody show about me," she added.

Reps for Gadd and Netflix did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

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<p> Ed Miller/Netflix</p> Jessica Gunning as Martha in 'Baby Reindeer.'

Ed Miller/Netflix

Jessica Gunning as Martha in 'Baby Reindeer.'

Although details in the series were changed to shield people’s identities, the woman said she allegedly shared several similarities with the character of Martha: they’re both Scottish, studied law, have a history of stalking and are more than 20 years older than Gadd.

They also look somewhat alike, she claimed. “She sort of looks like me after I put on four stone during lockdown but I'm not actually unattractive,” the woman said of Martha.

But there are also key differences, too. While the season finale finally explains why Martha started calling Donny (Gadd) “baby reindeer” — he resembled a stuffed toy reindeer Martha had and adored growing up — the woman said she’s “never owned a toy baby reindeer.”

“I wouldn’t have had any conversation with Richard Gadd about a childhood toy either,” she added.

Related: Baby Reindeer's Richard Gadd Asks Fans to Not 'Speculate' About Real-Life People Who Inspired the Story

<p> Ed Miller/Netflix</p> Richard Gadd and Jessica Gunning in 'Baby Reindeer.'

Ed Miller/Netflix

Richard Gadd and Jessica Gunning in 'Baby Reindeer.'

Still, there’s allegedly a lot of similarities to Martha’s behavior. Over the course of four years,  Gadd says that her real-life counterpart went on to send him 41,071 emails, 350 hours of voicemail, 744 tweets, 46 Facebook messages and 106 pages of letters.

Though Gadd, 34, went to the police about the situation, the authorities weren't very helpful. The comic said they were skeptical of his claims because of the stalker's gender.

“When a man gets stalked, it can be portrayed in films and television as a sexy thing,” he recently told The Times. “Like a femme fatale who gradually becomes more sinister. It doesn’t carry as much threat of physical violence, is less common and can be trivialized.”

In an Instagram Stories post from Monday, April 22, Gadd requested that viewers not "speculate" about who his past abusers were, which also included a successful TV writer who sexually assaulted him.

Related: The True Story Behind Baby Reindeer: Where Is Martha Now?

<p> Ed Miller/Netflix</p> Jessica Gunning in 'Baby Reindeer.'

Ed Miller/Netflix

Jessica Gunning in 'Baby Reindeer.'

"Hi Everyone, People I love, have worked with, and admire (including Sean Foley) are unfairly getting caught up in speculation," he wrote in the post. "Please don’t speculate on who any of the real life people could be. That’s not the point of our show. Lots of love, Richard x X.”

Despite Gadd’s efforts both on and offscreen to protect her identity, Martha’s real-life counterpart told the Daily Mail she is considering legal action. She also claimed Gadd has “main character syndrome.”

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All 7 episodes of Baby Reindeer are available to stream on Netflix.

If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted, please contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673) or go to rainn.org.

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