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A TV presenter who was found not guilty of the attempted murder of a Penthouse pet has broken his silence in his first television appearance in more than two decades. The package was picked up by Cheung's boyfriend at the time, Brett Boyd, and detonated in his face. He lost a thumb and an eye in the explosion. After he was charged three months later, de Heredia allegedly faked his own death, fled the country with a fake passport, and went on the lam for 17 years.
In a preview for 60 Minutes, when asked if he had sex with 'her' at a police station, de Heredia responded: 'Yes! Just rubbish!
In the preview, de Heredia admitted to planting blood in his blue four-wheel-drive in Rose Bay in , in an attempt to fake his own death. Roberto de Heredia, a former presenter on Foxtel Shopping Network, was accused of sending an explosive device in a shoe box to Simone Cheung's home in Belrose on Sydney's northern beaches in Police found the car days later in Kings Cross. The driver's seat and door was covered in blood, leading officers to believe he had died.
However, an investigation by NSW Police determined de Heredia had allegedly staged the incident to fake his own death. He was finally arrested in at London's Gatwick Airport after flying in from Spain to visit his family. In April, a jury of six men and six women found him not guilty after deliberating for one day.
The court heard de Heredia's DNA was found on the stamps used to send the parcel and on a post note. His lawyer, Grant Brady told the court de Heredia fled Australia because he feared for his life after Boyd was arrested for standing outside a police station with a machine gun as he waited for him to be released in Boyd, who died in , is seen in evidence photos showing his injuries after receiving the parcel bomb.