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Married At First Sight: Stacey Hampton leaks bank statement after Michael Goonan gift


Married At First Sight EXCLUSIVE: Stacey Hampton’s leaked bank statement proves she NEVER needed Michael Goonan’s money

Married At First Sight‘s Stacey Hampton has sold the $5,500 Louis Vuitton handbag her millionaire  ex-‘husband’, Michael Goonan, gifted her during the experiment.

The 26-year-old law graduate donated the proceeds of the sale ($3,000) to a suicide prevention charity – proving once and for all that she doesn’t need Michael’s money.

She provided Daily Mail Australia with a screenshot of the funds leaving her bank account on Wednesday, after she was falsely accused of faking her donation.

Gone: MAFS Stacey Hampton (R) has sold the $5,500 Louis Vuitton handbag Michael Goonan (L) gave her on the show during their final date and donated the $3,000 proceeds to charity

Gone: MAFS Stacey Hampton (R) has sold the $5,500 Louis Vuitton handbag Michael Goonan (L) gave her on the show during their final date and donated the $3,000 proceeds to charity 

When he debuted on MAFS in February, Stacey was branded a ‘gold digger’ by viewers.

She was unfairly edited to only appear interested in now ex-‘husband’ Michael at their wedding after discovering he was a millionaire company director. 

The mother-of-two has slammed her portrayal, insisting she is financially secure herself and doesn’t need any money from a man. 

Her generous charity donation after selling the expensive designer handbag seems to confirm that Stacey really doesn’t need Michael’s money. 

Donation: Stacey provided Daily Mail Australia with a screenshot of the funds leaving her bank account on April 1 to suicide prevention charity On the Line Australia

Donation: Stacey provided Daily Mail Australia with a screenshot of the funds leaving her bank account on April 1 to suicide prevention charity On the Line Australia

Donation: Stacey provided Daily Mail Australia with a screenshot of the funds leaving her bank account on April 1 to suicide prevention charity On the Line Australia

She's okay without! Her generous charity donation after selling the expensive designer handbag finally confirms Stacey really does not need Michael's money. Pictured: The bag

She’s okay without! Her generous charity donation after selling the expensive designer handbag finally confirms Stacey really does not need Michael’s money. Pictured: The bag

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Stacey’s own personal wealth became apparent during her homestay episode, when Michael visited her Adelaide home, where she lives with her two children.

The law graduate drives a $90,000 Range Rover Velar, boasts a $20,000 shoe collection and has more designer handbags than some department stores. 

Many viewers were left wondering how the single mother-of-two could afford such luxuries

However, Daily Mail Australia later revealing the heartbreaking reason she can – Stacey inherited a significant sum of money from her father and brother’s estates following their tragic deaths several years ago.

She put the money into a family trust, which she later used to start several business ventures in South Australia.

‘I had my own financial stability [before MAFS] with more than Michael could have provided,’ said Stacey recently, hitting back at claims she’s a ‘gold digger’. 

Edit: After debuting on MAFS, Stacey was branded a 'gold digger' by viewers after she was unfairly edited to appear only interested in Michael for his money. Pictured on October 23

Edit: After debuting on MAFS, Stacey was branded a ‘gold digger’ by viewers after she was unfairly edited to appear only interested in Michael for his money. Pictured on October 23

Financially stable: Stacey actually inherited a significant sum of money from her father and brother's estates following their tragic deaths several years ago

Financially stable: Stacey actually inherited a significant sum of money from her father and brother’s estates following their tragic deaths several years ago

Flash! The law graduate drives a $90,000 Range Rover Velar, boasts a $20,000 shoe collection and has more designer handbags than some department stores

Flash! The law graduate drives a $90,000 Range Rover Velar, boasts a $20,000 shoe collection and has more designer handbags than some department stores



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