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The Block’s Sharon and Ankur are close to breaking point over their ‘villain portrayal’

The Block’s Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra are ‘devastated’ over their portrayal on the present.

Producers allegedly needed the pair to be portrayed as ‘villains’ after they lost quitters Elle Ferguson and Joel Patfull, who have been initially set to be given the negative illustration earlier than exiting the present two days in.

According to the Daily Telegraph, the couple are ‘close to breaking point’ and Sharon’s mental health has taken a toll over the ordeal.

The Block’s Sharon Johal and Ankur Dogra (pictured) are ‘devastated’ over their portrayal on the present. The couple are reportedly ‘close to breaking point’ and Sharon’s mental health has taken a toll over the ordeal

The publication additionally claims that Sharon’s brokers at expertise company IMG have been in talks with Nine over the couple’s therapy, which they are saying has ‘broken her model and incomes capability’.

Sharon is a profitable actress finest recognized for enjoying Dipi Rebecchi on Neighbours.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Nine and IMG for remark.  

It comes after Sharon shared an emotional social media post on R U OK Day, hinting at her wrestle.

The pair's agents have reportedly been in talks with Nine over the couple's treatment, which they reportedly claim has 'damaged her brand and earning capacity'.

The pair’s brokers have reportedly been in talks with Nine over the couple’s therapy, which they reportedly declare has ‘broken her model and incomes capability’.

‘I do not suppose it is a coincidence that R U OK day falls at a time once we are not,’ she wrote.

‘Many of you noticed this on a nationwide scale final evening and we thank all of you who’ve reached out in misery for what you noticed, expressing your help and care.’

She continued, ‘We clearly weren’t okay then as we aren’t okay now, having to experience ourselves not being represented for who we are inflicting hatred, character assassination, racial vilification and trolling a nationwide scale affecting not solely us however sadly, our household and associates too.’

Sharon is a successful actress best known for playing Dipi Rebecchi on Neighbours

Sharon is a profitable actress finest recognized for enjoying Dipi Rebecchi on Neighbours

Sharon and Ankur first sparked controversy after they refused to admit they’d used Google to win $50,000 price of prizes throughout a wine-making problem.

The couple have been questioned by hosts Scott Cam and Shelley Craft after they managed to recreate a near-identical wine mix.

Shelley requested in the event that they ‘knew how to make it’, however Ankur caught to his story in regards to the pair having distinctive noses when it comes to wine.

Sharon and Ankur first sparked controversy after they refused to admit they'd used Google to win $50,000 worth of prizes during a wine-making challenge

Sharon and Ankur first sparked controversy after they refused to admit they’d used Google to win $50,000 price of prizes throughout a wine-making problem

Sharon, who’s of Indian descent, proceeded to obtain vile racist messages on-line in the course of the public backlash.

Meanwhile, a Nine spokesman mentioned in a press release: ‘Online trolling isn’t OK in any setting, and Channel 9 has rigorous procedures in place on our managed social media platforms designed to defend our people from hateful abuse.

‘All our contestants have entry to a devoted present help group and psychologist all through your complete manufacturing, broadcast period and past.’

Sharon, who is of Indian descent, proceeded to receive vile racist messages online during the public backlash

Sharon, who’s of Indian descent, proceeded to obtain vile racist messages on-line in the course of the public backlash

A tearful Sharon and Ankur walked off the set of The Block on Wednesday evening and threatened to stop the present after a tense ‘welfare verify’ at their home by host Scott Cam. 

During the heated scenes, the strain received an excessive amount of for the couple and they drove away from their residence in a van. 

The couple had a tense alternate with each Scott and Shelley Craft about their ‘perspective’ – and it did not finish nicely.

A tearful Sharon and Ankur walked off the set of The Block on Wednesday night and threatened to quit the show after a tense 'welfare check' at their house by host Scott Cam

A tearful Sharon and Ankur walked off the set of The Block on Wednesday evening and threatened to stop the present after a tense ‘welfare verify’ at their home by host Scott Cam

‘I reckon we simply stop, f**ok it,’ Ankur informed Sharon as they hopped right into a work van. 

‘I can not imagine they did that to us. No-one cares about us right here,’ Sharon added.

Sharon then ripped the Go-Pro digicam off the sprint as they drove offsite and the pair failed to return by the tip of the episode.

During the heated scenes, the pressure got too much for the couple and they drove away from their home in a van

During the heated scenes, the strain received an excessive amount of for the couple and they drove away from their residence in a van 

The drama unfolded after they have been questioned about their ‘perspective’ by Scott and Shelley following weeks of infighting. 

‘The first couple of weeks have been tremendous overwhelming for me personally, I’ve cried each single day I’ve been right here,’ Sharon replied. 

A cranky Scott mentioned they wanted an ‘perspective change’ as a result of ‘people round them weren’t pleased’, together with their builders and tradesmen. 

The couple had a tense exchange with both Scott and Shelley Craft about their 'attitude' - and it didn't end well

The couple had a tense alternate with each Scott and Shelley Craft about their ‘perspective’ – and it did not finish nicely 

Scott informed Ankur: ‘[You said to Sharon] Don’t fear seven extra weeks of this nonsense and we will get out of this hellhole.’

He continued: ‘Mate, no-one is conserving you right here. You can go anytime you want. No-one is conserving you right here. This isn’t obligatory.’ 

Sharon fired back, saying the couple ‘don’t need to stop’ however had come throughout ‘tough challenges to navigate’. 

A cranky Scott said they needed an 'attitude change' because 'people around them weren't happy', including their builders and tradesmen

A cranky Scott mentioned they wanted an ‘perspective change’ as a result of ‘people round them weren’t pleased’, together with their builders and tradesmen 

‘I’m sick of crying about it. I’m not being disrespectful however there’s a number of defensiveness about us feeling the best way that we really feel. And that we should always simply be so rattling grateful we’re right here,’ she mentioned.

‘We’re not tradies. We check out finest to do one of the best job we will. We’ve had points with our personal group. We’ve had points exterior. There’s no points with the contestants.’

Scott mentioned the pair have been requested to clear the garbage from the entrance of their home, but it surely had sat there for 4 days. 

'It's not fair. It's an unrealistic expectation of a human being to be working 72 hours. Liam works hard too but he goes home,' Sharon added.

Pictured: Sharon

‘It’s not truthful. It’s an unrealistic expectation of a human being to be working 72 hours. Liam works laborious too however he goes residence,’ Sharon mentioned

He additionally talked about how Ankur did not assist the tradies struggling to cling the TV and mirror and simply ‘laid on the carpet watching.’ 

‘I painted all day,’ Ankur shot back. 

‘It’s not truthful. It’s an unrealistic expectation of a human being to be working 72 hours. Liam works laborious too however he goes residence,’ Sharon added. 

Other teams on The Block were shocked by the walk out. Pictured: Contestants Sarah-Jane and Tom

Other groups on The Block have been shocked by the stroll out. Pictured: Contestants Sarah-Jane and Tom

‘We’re nonetheless right here doing stuff. We’re not sitting on our butts doing nothing. We are making an attempt our greatest.’  

Sharon mentioned the couple felt their status was being ‘dragged via the grime’ earlier than Scotty gave some recommendation.   

‘I believe what you want to do is regroup. Get all of your gang collectively. Let’s all begin once more and begin contemporary,’ he mentioned.

The Block continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Nine

The Block continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Nine

The Block continues Sunday at 7pm on Channel Nine 

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