The Block Cheating Scandal: Sharon Johal names and shames vile trolls

The Block’s Sharon Johal has exposed social media trolls who used racial slurs on her after she was embroiled in a “cheating scandal” on the Channel Nine show.

The 34-year-old actress and former lawyer of Indian descent took to Instagram to post screenshots of two heinous direct messages she received from viewers.

One of the messages read: “You dirty cheating Indian cunt! Get out of our damn country.

The block's Sharon Johal (pictured) has exposed social media trolls who used racial slurs on her after she was embroiled in a

The block's Sharon Johal (pictured) has exposed social media trolls who used racial slurs on her after she was embroiled in a

The block’s Sharon Johal (pictured) has exposed social media trolls who used racial slurs on her after she was embroiled in a “cheating scandal” on the Channel Nine show

‘Dirty lying cunts, you two dirty damn slobs! Deny anything you fucking like, we’ve all seen you looking for it on your fucking phones… Your day is coming mole [sic],’ continued the sick message.

Another offensive DM read, “You probably should have stayed in the kitchen while you were cooking curry.”

It comes after Sharon and her husband Ankur Dogra refused to admit they had won $50,000 in prizes in a winemaking challenge with Google on Tuesday.

The pair were quizzed by hosts Scott Cam and Shelley Craft on Wednesday after they managed to recreate a nearly identical wine blend.

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The 34-year-old actress and former lawyer of Indian descent posted these screenshots on Instagram of two vile direct messages she received from viewers

Shelley asked if they “knew how to do it,” but Ankur stuck to his story that the pair had exceptional noses when it came to wine.

“No, so we basically drank a lot of it during Covid; it’s one of my favorite wines,’ said Ankur.

“Shazza’s father is a winemaker and makes his own wine,” he added.

Sharon nodded her head in agreement.

It comes after Sharon and her husband Ankur Dogra refused to admit they had won $50,000 in prizes in a winemaking challenge with Google on Tuesday

It comes after Sharon and her husband Ankur Dogra refused to admit they had won $50,000 in prizes in a winemaking challenge with Google on Tuesday

It comes after Sharon and her husband Ankur Dogra refused to admit they had won $50,000 in prizes in a winemaking challenge with Google on Tuesday

The pair managed to recreate the “Samantha’s Paddock” mix in just 10 minutes, leading to competing teams accusing them of using Google.

It took the second-place team, Dylan and Jenny, almost two hours to create a near-correct blend of the wine.

Sharon and Ankur later became red-faced after Scott held another wine challenge to test Ankur’s skills as a sommelier.

The pair were quizzed by hosts Scott Cam (left) and Shelley Craft (right) on Wednesday after they managed to recreate a nearly identical wine blend

The pair were quizzed by hosts Scott Cam (left) and Shelley Craft (right) on Wednesday after they managed to recreate a nearly identical wine blend

The pair were quizzed by hosts Scott Cam (left) and Shelley Craft (right) on Wednesday after they managed to recreate a nearly identical wine blend

Scott asked teams to guess whether a series of mystery wines came from “Australia or France,” with the winner receiving $1,000.

A clearly nervous Ankur didn’t know the difference between rosé and pinot, which shocked the group.

“I knew it was a pinot, but I said it was a rosé because I had a VB before I got to Tommy,” Ankur explained. “My palette was smashed.”

The pair managed to recreate the

The pair managed to recreate the

The pair managed to recreate the “Samantha’s Paddock” mix in just 10 minutes, leading to competing teams accusing them of using Google. “It was just luck. Happy days,” said Ankur

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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