The brother of Married at First Sight star Jessika Power has rightly denied allegations that he has stolen jewelry and money from his roommate in Bali.
Rhyce Power, 28, lived in a shared villa on the Indonesian party island last month when he was seen on camera footage in the room of a fellow expat.
Both Power and the expat agree that Power has been authorized to enter the room to search for missing crockery.
But the man claimed & # 39; $ 50 or $ 60 cash & # 39; and a ring went missing and claimed his roommate was responsible, a claim that Power strongly denies.
& # 39; The images only show me that he is entering his room, which he approved, (it) does not mean that I have stolen anything & # 39 ;, Power told Daily Mail Australia.
Daily Mail Australia does not suggest that Power was involved in any misconduct during its trip to Bali.
Power, 28, is the older brother of 26-year-old Married At First Sight bride Jessika Power (both pictured above)
Power, a carpenter Instagram model, resolutely denied the man's accusations and wondered why his prosecutor had taken so long to make them.
& # 39; The footage was in the villa where I lived for three months from August 16 and only knows it happened that my roommate lost a ring and about $ 50- $ 60, & Power told Daily Mail Australia.
Power, 28, simply denied allegations that he had stolen jewelry and money from his roommate in Indonesia
& # 39; I remember that day when I personally asked him if I could go to his room and see how all our plates and dishes disappeared.
& # 39; It's funny that this is all coming out when I left Bali four weeks ago. & # 39;
Power said the only reason he went in and out of his roommate's room was to collect missing crockery.
& # 39; I collected all the dishes and cups from everyone's room – hence I held cups and forks, & # 39; he explained.
& # 39; I only looked at his drawer and table the first time and I thought it would be better to go to the bathroom if I took my cups under the shower.
& # 39; & # 39; At night I normally drink tea and take it to the bathroom – I walk through my entire room with food and drink.
& # 39; At the end of the day you would know if you lost a ring and $ 60, why wasn't I approached about this when I left Bali a month ago? & # 39;
The power lived in Padonan, Bali, in August this year when he was seen on CCTV images that entered a room and left with a mug in his hand
The roommate, who had moved to Bali from the UK, said he was going to pay his rent – and when he added up the money, he discovered he was too short.
& # 39; I was confused and wondered if I had counted something wrong, if the cleaning staff had moved something … the money was not there, & # 39; he told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; Later that evening I was putting on my ring, and my ring wasn't there either, and I had something like that? My ring is not in my room. & # 39;
The man said he had left shortly after the incident, but when he returned, he spent days in camera surveillance.
Images shared by the British show that Power enters his room about three times – twice with a coffee cup already in hand.
& # 39; He went inside and claims that he has a coffee mug in his hand, but he has been there several times, & # 39; said the man.
Earlier in their stay together, the prosecutor said there had been no problems between the couple, although they were not friends
Power said he normally has his tea at night and brings it to the bathroom. Pictured: Rhyce and Jessika Power
The prosecutor said he had tried several times to contact Power himself before involving the police.
The power said he was not contacted by the police.
& # 39; I called him once, & # 39; said the prosecutor. & # 39; He answered from his friend's phone and I spoke to him – he said it wasn't him (who had stolen the ring), I had lost it.
& # 39; I also sent him a Facebook message. & # 39;
The man said that while the ring has no sentimental value, he believes that the principle of the matter means that it is worth pursuing.
Rhyce won legions of fans after his appearance on Married at First Sight (photo), where his sister Jessika was a participant
Earlier in their stay together, the man said there had been no problems between the couple, although they were not friends.
& # 39; Before that time there were no real problems & # 39 ;, he said. & # 39; We didn't get along so well, but we would say goodbye to each other.
& # 39; Even when he left that day (the ring and the money were lost) to go to the gym with his friends, I remember that we had a conversation about what I was doing that day. & # 39 ;
The man said he had tried several times to contact Power himself before involving the police
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