Dr. Drew Thinks 'Baby Reindeer' Real-Life Martha Has Personality Disorder

The comments come after Fiona Harvey, the woman believed to have inspired the character of Martha in the Netflix film, spoke out in an interview with Piers Morgan.

AceShowbiz - In an exclusive interview for "Piers Morgan Uncensored", Fiona Harvey, 58, sat down to discuss her alleged inspiration for Netflix's "Baby Reindeer." Morgan questioned Harvey on her claims, including her denial of sending over 41,000 emails to show creator and star Richard Gadd.

Reality show personality Dr. Drew Pinsky, who commented on the interview, suggested three possibilities for Harvey's behavior: lying, being truthful, or suffering from a personality disorder. Pinsky also mentioned the potential for "Baby Reindeer" being a distorted portrayal of reality, including Gadd's portrayal of himself.

Harvey revealed that she has no plans to watch the show, finding it "obscene" and "misogynistic." She described the impact of the show's popularity, including death threats and harassment online.

Meanwhile, Gadd expressed surprise at the show's success and admitted to an "obsessive" process while writing it. He described intense writing sessions, sometimes starting at 5 a.m. and working until the next day.

The trailer for Harvey's interview leaves many questions unanswered. Morgan directly asks Harvey to address doubts about her story, while Harvey herself claims to have felt "set up" during the interview and used by Morgan.

In response to the show's popularity, social media users have attempted to identify the real Martha and speculate about the events surrounding Gadd's stalking. However, Gadd has urged viewers to refrain from speculation on the real-life people involved, emphasizing that the show is not about exposing them.

Critics argue that the public's desire to uncover more about the individuals involved in Gadd's past is a misdirected form of empathy, potentially harming Gadd and the real Martha. While acknowledging that Gadd had the right to share his experiences through art, they emphasize the importance of respecting the privacy of those involved, especially during their most vulnerable moments.

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