The VERY embarrassing moment The Block’s Sarah-Jane is caught misusing funds by Scott Cam in the audit she called for – and her shocking excuse
Sarah-Jane was caught out in an embarrassing moment on Wednesday night’s episode of The Block when Scott Cam confronted her for suspicious spending.
The 30-year-old social worker called for an audit earlier this week after Omar and Oz’s ‘dodgy dealing’ on their baby grand piano.
Scott, 59, obliged her request only to discover half-way through Sarah-Jane had been misusing her Channel Nine credit card to buy cigarettes.
The Block’s Sarah-Jane suffered a very embarrassing moment when she was caught misusing funds by Scott Cam (pictured) in the audit she called for on Wednesday night
As Scott and Shelley Craft did their walk around the houses, they stopped by House One for a little chat about what he dug up in the audit Sarah-Jane and Tom requested.
‘There’s a couple of maybe personal purchases out of my money,’ he revealed.
When Shelley asked who had done the deed, Scott gestured to the couple and continued: ‘From these guys actually. I’m sure it’s a misdemeanor. I’m sure it’s an oversight.’
Scott, 59, obliged her request only to discover half-way through Sarah-Jane (pictured) had been misusing her Channel Nine credit card to buy cigarettes
Tom, seemingly unaware of what has happened, asked if it was Uber Eats.
‘It’s just a couple of things, which I shouldn’t mention. They’re about fifty bucks and they’re in a small box,’ Scott said.
Sarah-Jane instantly understood what he was talking about and jumped straight into her excuse as Scott and Shelley had a laugh.
Tom (pictured), seemingly unaware of what has happened, asked if it was Uber Eats.
‘It’s my ciggies and it was one time and I didn’t have my purse on me,’ Sarah-Jane said.
Shelley said, ‘They all say that,’ as Tom seemed more concerned with how much the cigarettes cost.
Afterwards, Sarah-Jane came clean to the cameras, saying: ‘Guilty as charged ma’am. There’s no objection, Your Honour, from here. I own it. I did it.’
‘It’s my ciggies and it was one time and I didn’t have my purse on me,’ Sarah-Jane said. Shelley said, ‘They all say that,’ as Tom seemed more concerned with how much the cigarettes cost. Pictured: Scott and Shelley
It comes after Sarah-Jane called for a financial audit of every contestant’s house on Monday night’s episode after Omar and Oz broke one of The Block’s rules.
The Western Sydney mates were disqualified from Living and Dining Room Week after they ‘hustled’ a baby grand piano, which retails for $36,000, down to $7,500.
One of the rules of The Block states contestants must pay at least 50 per cent of the retail value of any item they purchase, which the pair eventually rectified by coughing up the extra $10,000 so they could keep the piano – but Sarah-Jane was not satisfied.
It comes after Sarah-Jane called for a financial audit of every contestant’s house on the latest episode after the original ‘dodgy dealers’ Omar and Oz (pictured) broke The Block’s rules