Amber Harrison Tweets Private Letters From Worner Thanking Her For The ‘Weird Feeling’

Amber Harrison Tweets Private Letters From Worner Thanking Her For The ‘Weird Feeling’

Amber Harrison has started tweeting pictures of love letters she received from Seven’s chief executive, Tim Worner. Under the Twitter account (@_Amber_Harrison) the former Channel Seven employee has made public several private letters sent from Worner’s official letterhead.

One of the letters follows a rendezvous in Melbourne during the 2013 Australian Open, Worner wrote on February 14, 2013: “Just a note to thank you for whatever it is that you do to make these increasingly frequent trips to Crown more enjoyable.

“It is like I really am somebody all of a sudden. Quite a weird feeling. But I could get used to it. Thank you again.”

The account description claims: “Channel Seven demands my silence under legalities of two contracts they won’t honour so instead I’ve joined twitter to chat to Jeff Kennett”.

Twitter response has not been kind to Worner:




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