The Block: Jimmy and Tam Reveal the Most ‘Heartbreaking’ Part of Getting Cheated

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The Block’s Jimmy And Tam Wilkins Reveal The Most ‘Heartbreaking’ Part Of Being Cheated By ‘Conwoman’ Emese Fajk – As Host Scott Cam Swears It’ll ‘Never Happen Again’

Jimmy and Tam Wilkins of The Block have revealed the most heartbreaking part of being duped by Emese Fajk – the so-called ‘sister’ who placed the winning bid on their Brighton home last year but then failed to pay.

The Noosa couple, who this week sold their renovated Palm Springs-inspired home to a legitimate buyer for $4 million, said Thursday. A current matter that Ms Fajk’s deception was compounded by the fact that they bonded after auction day.

The enigmatic cybersecurity expert, 28, even met Jimmy and Tam’s daughter, Frankie.

'It was absolutely heartbreaking': Jimmy and Tam Wilkins of The Block have revealed the most heartbreaking part of being duped by Emese Fajk - the so-called 'sister' who placed the winning bid on their Brighton home last year, but then failed to pay

‘It was absolutely heartbreaking’: Jimmy and Tam Wilkins of The Block have revealed the most heartbreaking part of being duped by Emese Fajk – the so-called ‘sister’ who placed the winning bid on their Brighton home last year, but then failed to pay

“I felt like I trusted her, she met our daughter. It was heartbreaking. It was absolutely heartbreaking,” Tam said.

But she and Jimmy get past the scandal after selling their home for $4 million after eight months on the market with the help of some “great real estate agents.”

The new owners of the five-bedroom, 1950s-style Brighton townhouse are a local family, reports The Herald Sun.

Betrayal: The Noosa couple, who this week sold their renovated Palm Springs-inspired home to a legitimate buyer for $4 million, told A Current Affair on Thursday that Ms. Fajk's deception was compounded by the fact that she had left after auction day. had formed a bond

Betrayal: The Noosa couple, who this week sold their renovated Palm Springs-inspired home to a legitimate buyer for $4 million, told A Current Affair on Thursday that Ms. Fajk's deception was compounded by the fact that she had left after auction day. had formed a bond

Betrayal: The Noosa couple, who this week sold their renovated Palm Springs-inspired home to a legitimate buyer for $4 million, told A Current Affair on Thursday that Ms. Fajk’s deception was compounded by the fact that she had left after auction day. had formed a bond

Earlier this month, Jimmy and Tam revealed they were still getting their record-breaking $966,000 prize money after last year’s sale failed.

In January, New idea claimed that Scott Cam, host of The Block, “saved the day” by secretly buying the house for himself after Ms Fajk failed to pay the $4.2 million she was promised on auction day.

However, his manager Chris Giannopoulos told Daily Mail Australia that the rumors were “unbelievable” and that Mr Cam has not bought the property.

Close: The enigmatic cybersecurity expert, 28, even met Jimmy and Tam's daughter, Frankie

Close: The enigmatic cybersecurity expert, 28, even met Jimmy and Tam's daughter, Frankie

Close: The enigmatic cybersecurity expert, 28, even met Jimmy and Tam’s daughter, Frankie

Meanwhile, the 58-year-old revealed on Thursday that The Block was implementing new measures to ensure no one ever tries another auction day scam again.

“We’ll try to get some things in order for the next auction to make sure this doesn’t happen again,” he told A Current Affair.

The final season of The Block has just been filmed in Hampton, Melbourne, and will air on Channel Nine later this year.

Rules: Block host Scott Cam (pictured with Nine's Sec Costello) said on Thursday that the show was implementing new measures to ensure no one ever tries another auction day scam.

Rules: The Block host Scott Cam (pictured with Nine's Sec Costello) said on Thursday that the show was implementing new measures to ensure no one ever tries an auction day scam again

Rules: The Block host Scott Cam (pictured with Nine’s Sec Costello) said on Thursday that the show was implementing new measures to ensure no one ever tries an auction day scam again

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