Leanne's a dealer!
What's on TV|March 13, 2021
The mum’s forced to deliver drugs by dodgy Harvey…
SARAH WATERFALL

When Leanne told Simon she’d sort the situation with drug lord Harvey, she had no intention of getting dragged into the murky mess herself. But that’s what happens when the mum confronts Harvey this week.

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