Domestic Abuse in the media

Channel 5 is currently running a series of documentaries about young women who have been murdered by their stalker ex-partners.



Episode one is about the brutal murder of  Mollie McClaren who was murdered by her ex partner, two weeks after she ended the relationship. She was 23 years old when she was stabbed repeatedly 75 times.

Episode two is about the equally brutal murder of Hollie Gazzard who was murdered by her ex partner in 2014; she was 20 and was  stabbed repeatedly outside the hair salon where she worked.







Stalking is a crime and should be reported; if you or someone you know has  been affected by any of the issues in Stalked: Murder In Slow Motion, please contact one of the below websites for help and guidance.

The National Stalking Helpline


The National Stalking Helpline is run by Suzy Lamplugh Trust. Call the helpline on 0808 802 0300

They can help you by giving you information and guidance on topics including:

  • The law in relation to stalking and harassment in the United Kingdom
  • Reporting stalking or harassment
  • Effective gathering of evidence
  • Ensuring your personal safety and that of your friends and family
  • Practical steps to reduce the risk

Network for Surviving Stalking


They offer advice and information to people affected by stalking; enabling early recognition and the opportunity to seek help. Network for Surviving Stalking, alongside Protection Against Stalking and Suzy Lamplugh Trust, was a founding partner of the National Stalking Helpline in 2010.

Protection Against Stalking


The vision of Protection Against Stalking is to change society’s perception of stalking, to improve the safety for all victims of stalking and harassment and for perpetrators to be held to account by the Criminal Justice System.

Paladin National Stalking Advocacy Service


Paladin is a trauma-informed service established to assist high risk victims of stalking in England and Wales.

Reporting a stalker


Scared of Someone (Network for Surviving Stalking)



If you are in immediate danger please call the Police on 999

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