Natasha is a regular feature in national media and television, providing a vital voice for Domestic Abuse victims and also lobbies for change in law for better legal recourse for the numerous types of abuse being perpetrated daily without repercussions leaving victims feeling abandoned and vulnerable.

She has been featured in The Sun, OK! Magazine, Chat magazine, Take a Break, Woman's Own, New Statesmen, and Huffington Post to name a few not to mention actively campaigning to help raise funds over £500k with Chelsea FC during lockdown.


Natasha has taken part in a book review on BBC Women's hour, given a speech at Somerset House and shared her story via numerous tv interviews including by Skype during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Outlets including ITV, BBC/Victoria Derbyshire and Al Jazeera have covered Natasha's journey. She is also extremely proud to be the face and cover of the Refuge 2018/2019 Annual Report.

In August 2020 Natasha had her first radio show air on BBC Radio 4, named My Name Is... Natasha. It focused on #TheNakedThreat campaign and featured voices including Domestic Abuse Commissioner Nicole Jacobs and the Chair of the Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee Caroline Nokes MP. Natasha is still actively campaigning for threats to share intimate images to be made against the law as well as having other projects ongoing. 

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Domestic abuse: ‘I was gripped by terror he would share something so intimate’


Britain urged to make 'revenge porn' threats a crime

Chelsea FC

Chelsea FC matches donations to raise over 500k for Refuge Charity

BBC Radio 4

#TheNakedThreat - Natasha interviews Domestic Abuse Commissioner Nicole Jacobs and Chair of the Women and Equalities Committee Caroline Nokes, amongst others, asking why threats to share intimate images is still not a crime in England and Wales.


I Know What It’s Like To Be Locked In With Your Abuser. I Also Know There’s A Way Out

BBC Women's Hour

Discussing the powerful book Keeper by Jessica Moor on BBC Women's Hour with Jenni Murray


Ok Magazine and Refuge Closet Clearout Case Stories alongside celebrities raising money for the UK Charity

New Statesmen

“It’s your own little prison”: Domestic abuse victims were trapped long before lockdown


60 Years of Avon: Meet our inspiring women​ Tulsi, Natasha, Krishma, Natalie, Georgia, Abi and Gionvanna Fletcher


“My abusive ex threatened to post my intimate photos online – and it’s still not a crime”

ITV News

#SafetyinaNumber campaign including coverage at Piccadilly Circus