The Block’s ‘Mr Lambo’ set to give away his $2.3million Gold Coast mansion

The ‘Mr. The Block’s Lambo’ is set to give away his $2.3m Gold Coast mansion, after denying he helped Omar and Oz ‘fix’ their record-breaking auction

Millionaire Adrian Portelli recently made headlines after unsuccessfully bidding on Omar and Oz’s lavish Gisborne estate on The Block.

The mysterious businessman, nicknamed Mr Lambo due to his love of Lamborghinis, 33, is now giving away his $2.3 million Gold Coast mansion in a competition with his company LMCT+.

‘I didn’t win The Block house to give away so I found a replacement. It was never for a gift, but here we are,” she said. News.com.au.

Millionaire Adrian Portelli (pictured) recently made headlines after unsuccessfully bidding on Omar and Oz’s house on The Block

The luxurious seaside property was built last year and features exquisite architecture and stunning scenic surroundings.

Buying property is a hobby for Portelli and he already owns several houses in Queensland.

He had hoped to expand into Victoria by successfully bidding on the Omar and Oz estate during The Block finale on Sunday.

He arrived at the auction in a flashy yellow Lamborghini and seemed to know Omar and Oz well.

The online promotions guru is now giving away his lavish $2.3 million Gold Coast mansion in a competition with his company LMCT+

The online promotions guru is now giving away his lavish $2.3 million Gold Coast mansion in a competition with his company LMCT+

The successful businessman opened the bidding at $4.5 million, which was much higher than the reserve price of $4.08 million.

His aggressive style meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up paying $5,666,666.66 for the 10-acre property. four bedroom house.

Omar and Oz became instant millionaires with total winnings of $1,686,666.66 – the biggest win in The Block’s 18-year history.

'I didn't win The Block house to give away so I found a replacement.  It was never for a gift, but here we are,” she said.

‘I didn’t win The Block house to give away so I found a replacement. It was never for a gift, but here we are,” she said.

After his victory, some fans speculated that the auction was “dodgy” and that Portelli was “prepared” to force Wallis to spend more.

But an equal number of viewers disputed this, saying the boys won fairly and calling the criticism “racist.”

Adrian has a net worth of $8 million and founded the LMCT+ car enthusiasts club in 2018, which has now become Australia’s largest and fastest growing car community.

He is also the owner of The Little Legends Foundation, which provides urgent medical care and offers experiences for vulnerable children.

Adrian has a net worth of $8 million and founded the LMCT+ car enthusiasts club in 2018, which has now become Australia's largest and fastest growing car community.  He is also the owner of The Little Legends Foundation, which provides urgent medical care and offers experiences for vulnerable children.

Adrian has a net worth of $8 million and founded the LMCT+ car enthusiasts club in 2018, which has now become Australia’s largest and fastest growing car community. He is also the owner of The Little Legends Foundation, which provides urgent medical care and offers experiences for vulnerable children.

Their aggressive offer meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up paying $5,666,666.66 for the four-bedroom, 10-acre property, making Omar and Oz (pictured) instant millionaires with total earnings of $1,686,666.66, the largest in their 18-year history. The Block.  history

Their aggressive offer meant eventual buyer Danny Wallis ended up paying $5,666,666.66 for the four-bedroom, 10-acre property, making Omar and Oz (pictured) instant millionaires with total earnings of $1,686,666.66, the largest in their 18-year history. The Block. history

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