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Revealed: the REAL reason why Johanna Griggs decided to leave the house rules after seven years. Pictured: Joh at the Logie Awards on May 8, 2016 in Melbourne

Revealed: the REAL reason why Johanna Griggs decided to leave the house rules after seven years

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Johanna Griggs announced her decision to leave House Rules last week, the show she has organized for seven years.

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And now sources claim that she chose to quit because she didn't like the way producers tried the renovation series & # 39; more dramatic & # 39; to make.

According to women's Day, Joh was uncomfortable with how far participants were being pushed in an effort to pursue & # 39; assessments & # 39 ;.

Revealed: the REAL reason why Johanna Griggs decided to leave the house rules after seven years. Pictured: Joh at the Logie Awards on May 8, 2016 in Melbourne

Revealed: the REAL reason why Johanna Griggs decided to leave the house rules after seven years. Pictured: Joh at the Logie Awards on May 8, 2016 in Melbourne

"As the pursuit of assessments becomes more intense, producers push participants to the edge while trying to produce dramatic television," a source claimed.

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& # 39; Those production techniques just don't fit well with Joh & # 39; s core values ​​& # 39 ;, she added.

Industry website TV Blackbox seemed to confirm Women's Day report, with editor Rob McKnight saying that his sources within Channel Seven have confirmed the magazine's claims.

Value conflict: According to Women's Day, Joh felt uncomfortable at how far participants were being pushed in an effort to pursue & # 39; assessments & # 39;

Value conflict: According to Women's Day, Joh felt uncomfortable at how far participants were being pushed in an effort to pursue & # 39; assessments & # 39;

Value conflict: According to Women's Day, Joh felt uncomfortable at how far participants were being pushed in an effort to pursue & # 39; assessments & # 39;

Proof? Industry website TV Blackbox seemed to confirm Women's Day report, with editor Rob McKnight (photo) who said his sources within Channel Seven have confirmed the magazine's claims

Proof? Industry website TV Blackbox seemed to confirm Women's Day report, with editor Rob McKnight (photo) who said his sources within Channel Seven have confirmed the magazine's claims

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Proof? Industry website TV Blackbox seemed to confirm Women's Day report, with editor Rob McKnight (photo) who said his sources within Channel Seven have confirmed the magazine's claims

Daily Mail Australia has contacted the representatives of Joh and Seven for comments.

Joh announced her departure from House Rules via Instagram last week and told fans that working on reality TV is an & # 39; eye-opener & # 39; Has been.

In a statement she wrote: & # 39; After a lot of attention, I recently joined the network to ask to be allowed to resign as a host of House Rules.

Shock exit: Joh announced her departure from House Rules via Instagram last week, telling fans that working on reality TV is an & # 39; eye-opener & # 39; Has been

Shock exit: Joh announced her departure from House Rules via Instagram last week, telling fans that working on reality TV is an & # 39; eye-opener & # 39; Has been

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Shock exit: Joh announced her departure from House Rules via Instagram last week, telling fans that working on reality TV is an & # 39; eye-opener & # 39; Has been

& # 39; They have kindly promised me to do that, which I appreciate incredibly. & # 39;

She continued: & # 39; The production of reality TV has been an eye opener, they are such huge creatures with so many people involved and I have had a fantastic time controlling the ship in the last seven years. & # 39;

In the seventh series of House Rules, Pete and Courtney watched the winners in high school, with the couple taking home a $ 250,000 cash prize.

Champions: In the seventh series of House Rules, the treasures of high school Pete and Courtney (photo) watched the winners, with the couple taking home a cash prize of $ 250,000

Champions: In the seventh series of House Rules, the treasures of high school Pete and Courtney (photo) watched the winners, with the couple taking home a cash prize of $ 250,000

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Champions: In the seventh series of House Rules, the treasures of high school Pete and Courtney (photo) watched the winners, with the couple taking home a cash prize of $ 250,000

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