Real Martha Scott From ‘Baby Reindeer’ Bombarded Politician With Emails

An unscrupulous individual went on an obscene email rampage, cyber-stalking Sir Keir Starmer with filthy insults.

In under eight months, Fiona Harvey attacked the Labour leader and his family viciously in 276 communications.

Using a handicapped slur against his wife, the woman who served as Martha’s inspiration in the smash Netflix series Baby Reindeer, gloated over the deaths of two of his relatives.

As she threatened to go after Sir Keir with complaints to standards watchdogs, she said his life wouldn’t be “worth living.”

Her telecommunications are written in the same manner as the ones in the show: full of typos and punctuation errors, with no line breaks and a plethora of missing periods.

Each one ended with the words “Sent from my iPhone,” a nod to Martha (who, as the program reveals, doesn’t really own an iPhone).

The Met Police have reportedly been informed about Harvey’s texts, but they were unable to offer any other details Friday night.

Originally from Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, Harvey, 58, has made London her home for many years.

Following the introduction of each episode with the words “this is a true story,” she stated her intention to sue and denied any involvement in stalking.

She corresponded with Sir Keir via email from January 2020 to August 2020. Among them are harsh criticisms of Labour and complaints about Harvey’s conflicts with Camden council over her apartment building and the surrounding neighborhood.

Nearby Kilburn, where Harvey resided in 2020, is Holborn and St. Pancras, the constituency represented by Sir Keir.

She attacked his wife, Victoria, with a derogatory term and added that she looks dreadful in a single email dated May 20, 2020.

Tulip Siddiq, a member of the Labour Party and her MP, was also harassed by some.

A homophobic comment to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown was made in an email addressed to Sir Keir on March 27, 2020, with SNP MP Pete Wishart copied in.

Harvey denied ever harassing the show’s creator, Mr. Gadd, in an interview with Piers Morgan last month, but she did acknowledge having four phones and six email accounts.

As part of its commitment to realism, Netflix has stressed that all messages were exact replicas of those that author Mr. Gadd really received.