Meet the high-spirited “millionaire dude” who pushed up the price of Omar and Oz’s record-breaking house on The Block

Adrian Portelli is making headlines after boosting the price of Omar Slaimankhel and Ozman ‘Oz’ Abu Malik’s record-breaking home during Sunday night’s The Block final.

The 33-year-old opened the bid for $4.5 million, much higher than the $4.08 million reserve price, and his aggressive style meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up with a staggering 5,666,666 Paid $.66 for the 10-acre property.

Adrian, 33, – an online advertising guru with a net worth of $8 million – founded car enthusiast club LMCT+ in 2018, which has since grown into Australia’s largest and fastest growing car community.

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He also runs his own promotional and giveaway business with a focus on luxury vehicles and prestige homes.

Adrian regularly promotes his lavish lifestyle and luxurious range of cars on social media.

In August of this year, he bought an incredible mansion on the Gold Coast for $2.3 million.

He also owns a home on Hope Island in Queensland and is building an estate in Sanctuary Cove.

Adrian also runs his charity, The Little Legends Foundation, which provides urgent medical care and experiences for at-risk children.

Adrian - an online advertising guru with a net worth of $8 million - founded the car enthusiast club LMCT+ in 2018, which has now grown into Australia's largest and fastest growing car community

Adrian - an online advertising guru with a net worth of $8 million - founded the car enthusiast club LMCT+ in 2018, which has now grown into Australia's largest and fastest growing car community

Adrian – an online advertising guru with a net worth of $8 million – founded the car enthusiast club LMCT+ in 2018, which has now grown into Australia’s largest and fastest growing car community

Adrian regularly promotes his lavish lifestyle and luxurious range of cars on social media

Adrian regularly promotes his lavish lifestyle and luxurious range of cars on social media

Adrian regularly promotes his lavish lifestyle and luxurious range of cars on social media

Adrian, who arrived at Sunday night’s auction in a flashy yellow Lamborghini and appeared to know Omar and Oz well, opened the auction for house 5 at $4.5 million.

His aggressive bidding meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up paying a staggering $5,666,666.66 for the 10-acre, four-bedroom estate, making the boys instant millionaires with a total profit of $1,686,666.66 – the biggest win in The Block’s 18-year history.

After her win, some fans speculated that the auction was “shady” and that Adrian was “set up” to force Danny to spend more. But an equal number of viewers refuted this, saying the boys won fair and calling the criticism “racist”.

Adrian, who arrived at Sunday night's auction in a flashy yellow Lamborghini and seemed to know Omar and Oz well, opened the bid for House 5 at $4.5 million, which was much higher than the $4.08 million reserve price

Adrian, who arrived at Sunday night's auction in a flashy yellow Lamborghini and seemed to know Omar and Oz well, opened the bid for House 5 at $4.5 million, which was much higher than the $4.08 million reserve price

Adrian, who arrived at Sunday night’s auction in a flashy yellow Lamborghini and seemed to know Omar and Oz well, opened the bid for House 5 at $4.5 million, which was much higher than the $4.08 million reserve price

Adrian also hit back at the claims, insisting he is a “genuine buyer”.

“For anyone questioning the legitimacy of the auction, I was a genuine buyer with full intentions to purchase this property,” he wrote on Instagram.

“No one is to blame for what happened. It’s an auction. Believe it or not, when you have two people who really want the property, a bidding war is going to start.’

He continued, “I’m happy to show my bank account to anyone who suspects these were bogus bids.”

His aggressive bidding meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up paying a staggering $5,666,666.66 for the 10-acre, four-bedroom estate, making Omar and Oz (pictured) instant millionaires with combined profits of $1,686,666.66 $ made – the largest in The Block's 18-year history

His aggressive bidding meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up paying a staggering $5,666,666.66 for the 10-acre, four-bedroom estate, making Omar and Oz (pictured) instant millionaires with combined profits of $1,686,666.66 $ made – the largest in The Block's 18-year history

His aggressive bidding meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up paying a staggering $5,666,666.66 for the 10-acre, four-bedroom estate, making Omar and Oz (pictured) instant millionaires with combined profits of $1,686,666.66 $ made – the largest in The Block’s 18-year history

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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Brian Ashcraft

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