60 Minutes – 2 August 2020 – 2/8/2020 – August 2 – Sunday – Nine – 9
Security Breach / ’Till Depp Do Us Part / Order of the Court
Five-star stuff up. What really went on in Melbourne’s quarantine hotels and how Coronavirus managed to escape back into the community; plus, sex, drugs & dirty laundry – the intimate details of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s doomed marriage.
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