Why SourceTree shows remote branches from other repos?

I have two Bookmarks added for two different projects. So when I open Project A, Im expecting to see only commits from local/remote branches of this repo.

Right now, if I open repository for Project B, I will see commits from remote branches of Project A. How it's possible? How can I change this behaviour?

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Sounds like a bug. I've never seen that behavior.

Any chance you accidentally added the origin of project A as a remote to project B?

No :) I'm going to create two empty repos, push them to their remotes, add few dummy commits and post here what I have.

If there is reallyu only one remote/repo, you might have found a bug.

SourceTree shows me only one remote for repository. git remote -v shows me something like this:
origin git@github.com:blablabla/blabla.git (fetch)
origin git@github.com:blablabla/blabla.git (push)

So you do have only one remote. Report it as a bug

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