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Lisa Wilkinson and Sandra Sully were once embroiled in ‘feud over a car space’

In Lisa Wilkinson and Sandra Sully’s ‘parking feud’ as Channel Ten staff reveal they had to use traffic cones to reserve the veteran newscaster’s spot: ‘It started to split noses’

Lisa Wilkinson has been swept up in a tidal wave of bad blood from the ranks of TV veterans, past and present, following her controversial Logies speech last Sunday.

Amid all the flak has resurfaced, an old rumor has surfaced that Wilkinson, 62, got into an argument in 2020 with Channel 10 newscaster Sandra Sully, 57, over a parking space in the station’s Pyrmont studios.

According to an The Sydney Morning Herald message on Saturday: ‘Ten security guards had placed a traffic cone on the spot to save it for Sully, apparently in vain’.

Lisa Wilkinson (left) has been swept up in a tidal wave of bad blood following her controversial Logies speech last Sunday in support of alleged rape victim Brittany Higgins (right)

Lisa Wilkinson (left) has been swept up in a tidal wave of bad blood following her controversial Logies speech last Sunday in support of alleged rape victim Brittany Higgins (right)

Rumors of a parking feud were first reported by women’s Day in 2020, with the magazine claiming Wilkinson was Sully’s parking lot “commander.”

“It’s starting to split up because everyone loves Sandra, and I know she’s getting really annoyed,” an alleged source told the magazine at the time.

“It’s only a small thing, but with Ten it has become gossip. It’s not like it’s even a premium car space.”

Amid all the flak has resurfaced, an old rumor has surfaced that Wilkinson got into an altercation with Channel 10 newscaster Sandra Sully (pictured) in 2020 over a car space in the station's Pyrmont studios.

Amid all the flak has resurfaced, an old rumor has surfaced that Wilkinson got into an altercation with Channel 10 newscaster Sandra Sully (pictured) in 2020 over a car space in the station’s Pyrmont studios.

The allegation resurfaced after The Sydney Morning Herald claimed Sully “liked” a tweet about the alleged feud posted by veteran showbiz reporter Peter Ford.

“Lisa Wilkinson is not a fan of mine,” Ford tweeted Friday, weighing the controversy. “But he’s been beating a lot in the last six days and he’s probably earned… Let DPP or anyone else do as they see fit.”

In another tweet on Friday, he referred to ‘past grievances such as parking spaces etc’.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald report,

According to the Sydney Morning Herald report, “Ten security personnel had placed a traffic cone on the site to save it from Sully, apparently to no avail.” Lisa is depicted on the Logies

At the moment, however, there is no ‘like’ of Sully to be found among Ford’s tweets.

Sully declined to comment on the story when approached by the SMH.

Daily Mail has reached out to Channel Ten for additional comment.

Rumors of a parking feud were first reported by Women's Day in 2020, with the magazine claiming Wilkinson

Rumors of a parking feud were first reported by Women’s Day in 2020, with the magazine claiming Wilkinson “authorized” Sully’s parking lot.

The allegation resurfaced after Sully reportedly liked a tweet about the alleged feud, posted earlier this week by veteran showbiz reporter Peter Ford (pictured).  At the moment, however, there is no 'like' of Sully among Ford's tweets

The allegation resurfaced after Sully reportedly liked a tweet about the alleged feud, posted earlier this week by veteran showbiz reporter Peter Ford (pictured). At the moment, however, there is no ‘like’ of Sully among Ford’s tweets

Wilkinson has come under fire after she named alleged rape victim Brittany Higgins in a speech shortly after winning the Outstanding News Coverage Logie award for her one-on-one interview with the former ministerial staffer in 2021.

The thanksgiving speech has resulted in the rape trial, which was set to begin next week, being postponed to October, which could lead to Wilkinson being charged with contempt of court.

Wilkinson, meanwhile, has canceled her appearances on The Project for a week after Network Ten threatens defamation actions against other media after the fallout from her controversial Logies speech.

Wilkinson has come under heavy fire after she named alleged rape victim Brittany Higgins in a speech moments after winning the Outstanding News Coverage Logie award for her one-on-one interview with the former ministerial staffer in 2021. Pictured last Sunday

Wilkinson has come under heavy fire after she named alleged rape victim Brittany Higgins in a speech moments after winning the Outstanding News Coverage Logie award for her one-on-one interview with the former ministerial staffer in 2021. Pictured last Sunday

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