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The Block 2022: Sarah-Jane ‘caught using Channel Nine credit card to buy cigarettes’

The Block’s Sarah-Jane is ‘caught using her Channel Nine credit card to buy cigarettes’ – after demanding a monetary audit on Omar and Oz home

The Block contestant Sarah-Jane has been caught in her personal ‘dodgy dealing’ scandal after allegedly shopping for cigarettes together with her Channel Nine credit card. 

Contestants got the playing cards to buy constructing provides, furnishings and different objects relating to their homes, however 30-year-old social employee abused the privilege.

The community has responded by cracking down on credit card use for future seasons, regardless that Sarah-Jane promised to pay again the money, studies Woman’s Day.

The Block contestant Sarah-Jane (pictured) has been caught in her personal ‘dodgy dealing’ scandal after allegedly shopping for cigarettes together with her Channel Nine credit card 

Nine declined to remark when contacted by Daily Mail Australia.  

It comes after Sarah-Jane known as for a monetary audit of each contestant’s home on the newest episode after Omar and Oz broke one in all The Block’s guidelines. 

The Western Sydney mates had been disqualified from Living and Dining Room Week after they ‘hustled’ a child grand piano, which retails for $36,000, down to $7,500.

One of the principles of The Block states contestants should pay a minimum of 50 per cent of the retail worth of any merchandise they buy, which the pair ultimately rectified on Monday evening by coughing up the additional $10,000 so they might maintain the piano.

Fans of The Block have slammed the show on Twitter for severely punishing Omar and Oz for breaking a rule other contestants have gotten away with

It comes after Sarah-Jane known as for a monetary audit of each contestant’s home on the newest episode after the unique ‘dodgy sellers’ Omar and Oz (pictured) broke The Block’s guidelines. 

However, it appears the opposite {couples} weren’t happy – significantly Sarah-Jane, who spoke up and known as a vote for an audit.

‘On that matter, I used to be questioning if I may name a physique company proper now,’ she mentioned in the course of the Winners are Grinners dinner at Rachel and Ryan’s home.   

She continued: ‘I would really like to name a monetary audit, as a result of if individuals didn’t realise there was a 50 per cent rule then who else did not realise?’ 

The Western Sydney mates scored a heavily discounted piano under the limit of 50 per cent of the retail value, leading to their disqualification from the Living and Dining Room Week and prompting other pairs to call for an audit

The Western Sydney mates had been disqualified from Living and Dining Room Week after they ‘hustled’ a child grand piano, which retails for $36,000, down to $7,500

It seems the other couples were not satisfied - particularly Sarah-Jane (pictured), who spoke up and called a vote for an audit

It appears the opposite {couples} weren’t happy – significantly Sarah-Jane (pictured), who spoke up and known as a vote for an audit

Sarah-Jane and Tom had been cautious not to name people out, suggesting they wished everybody’s books to be checked. 

However, the opposite {couples} had no downside telling producers who they assume must be audited.

‘Yes, I do assume that Omar and Oz have stuff to disguise. It does not make sense,’ Rachel mentioned. ‘Quite a lot of what they’ve completed and achieved does not make sense.’ 

Sarah-Jane and Tom were careful not to call individuals out, suggesting they wanted everyone's books to be checked

Sarah-Jane and Tom had been cautious not to name people out, suggesting they wished everybody’s books to be checked

Omar and Oz had been underneath no delusions as to who was being focused both, as they laughed throughout their confessional and mentioned: ‘I ponder who that was for!’

Despite this, they appeared comfy as they raised their palms to vote in favour of the monetary audit together with everybody else.

Later, when producers requested them in the event that they had been being ‘dodgy’, they averted the question and requested: ‘What is dodgy?’

Omar and Oz were under no delusions as to who was being targeted either, as they laughed during their confessional and said: 'I wonder who that was for!' Despite this, they appeared at ease as they raised their hands to vote in favour of the financial audit along with everyone else

Omar and Oz had been underneath no delusions as to who was being focused both, as they laughed throughout their confessional and mentioned: ‘I ponder who that was for!’ Despite this, they appeared comfy as they raised their palms to vote in favour of the monetary audit together with everybody else

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