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November 26, 2023
Episode 191 – Chance Encounters Of The Deadly Kind – The Case Of Amie Harwick
On January 16th, 2020, the JW Marriott in downtown Los Angeles was hosting the adult industry’s biggest awards night. The atmosphere was Pure glitz and glamour, setting the scene for a night to remember.
As Amie Harwick stood on the red carpet, waiting to be photographed, she suddenly heard a familiar voice say the words “It’s funny seeing you here.” It was Amie’s ex-boyfriend.
But the line wasn’t delivered with the seamless poignancy of a ROM COM leading man and this was no happy reunion.
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