Channel Nine is refusing to say who will replace Dani and Monique Bacha, the controversial contestants who quit the network's reality series The Block. The couple moved out of the Sydney unit complex they were renovating as part of the show on Saturday after a media storm over Mr Bacha's criminal past. Mr Bacha spent six months in jail in after being convicted of being an accessory before the fact of manufacturing amphetamines. He reportedly has said he had hoped to be given a chance at redemption but publicity surrounding his drug conviction had embarrassed his family.
The truth ABOUT Dani
The truth ABOUT Dani
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The Block Season Two – Where are They Now?
After two original contestants, Dani and Monique Bacha, left the program in January , two weeks into the second series, Andrew Rochford and Jamie Nicholson replaced the duo and won the season. It was reported that Dani had spent six months in jail in following his conviction for a drug-related offence. In , Rochford joined The Living Room as resident health expert.
Channel Nine is standing by The Block contestant Dani Bacha although he has been exposed as a convicted drug manufacturer. Sydney newspaper The Daily Telegraph revealed the former stripper's jailbird past on Saturday. They reported the year-old spent six months in Parklea prison after being charged with drug offences. Bacha was reportedly charged with being an accessory before the fact of knowingly taking part in the manufacture of speed. He pleaded guilty in November and was released on a twelve-month good behaviour bond - having already served six months in custody at this stage.