The Block’s Mr Lambo turns over $60million a year with ZERO employees

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Controversial Block bidder Adrian ‘Mr Lambo’ Portelli reveals how he turns over $60million a year with ZERO employees

Adrian ‘Mr Lambo’ Portelli has been at the centre of controversy after helping his friends Omar and Oz pocket a ‘record-breaking’ $1.6million during The Block finale. 

And now the controversial millionaire businessman has revealed how much money he turns over every year without hiring employees. 

Speaking to The Frankie Lee business Podcast on Thursday, Adrian, claims he makes $60million a year with zero employees and low overheads through his several brands and investments. 

Controversial Block bidder Adrian ‘Mr Lambo’ Portelli, who helped his friends Omar (centre) and Oz (left) pocket a ‘record-breaking’ $1.6million during the show’s finale, has revealed how he turns over $60million a year with ZERO employees 

‘You turn over $60million a year, zero employees,’ the host of The Frankie Lee Podcast said. 

The clip then cut to a teaser of Adrian, who earns his wealth through his online promotions company LMCT+, sitting on his couch across from Frankie saying, ‘F**k everyone. F**k everyone.’

Discussing ‘fake entrepreneurs on Instagram’, he added: ‘I’ll say what I want because I’m not relying on an audience or a following to make money, or social media to make money.’ 

Speaking to The Frankie Lee business Podcast on Thursday, Adrian, claims he makes $60million a year with zero employees and low overheads through his several brands and investments. Adrian Portelli reveals he turns over $60million per year

Speaking to The Frankie Lee business Podcast on Thursday, Adrian, claims he makes $60million a year with zero employees and low overheads through his several brands and investments. Adrian Portelli reveals he turns over $60million per year

Speaking to The Frankie Lee business Podcast on Thursday, Adrian, claims he makes $60million a year with zero employees and low overheads through his several brands and investments. Adrian Portelli reveals he turns over $60million per year 

Later in the preview, after Frankie asked about his guest’s car collection Portelli said he’s ‘no better than anyone’. 

‘Anybody that thinks they’re better than somebody because of their wealth is a piece of s**t,’ he said.

The online promotions guru’s exorbitant lifestyle of driving Lamborghinis and bidding on luxury houses looked very different a few years ago. 

With a current estimated net worth of $350million, Portelli got his start dropping out of university to work for his father’s truck repair business. 

He then moved to Los Angeles to launch a limousine service for celebrities, but found himself struggling to pay rent.

Adrian posted an advertisement for a flatmate online, and ended up finding someone who helped him develop several successful apps, which he later sold.

The online promotions guru's exorbitant lifestyle of driving Lamborghinis and bidding on luxury houses looked very different a few years ago

The online promotions guru’s exorbitant lifestyle of driving Lamborghinis and bidding on luxury houses looked very different a few years ago 

‘We created some magic together,’ he told the Herald Sun.

But his passion was cars and he later founded auto enthusiast club LMCT+ in 2018, which has now become Australia’s largest and fastest-growing car community.

He also runs his own promotions and giveaway business, focusing on luxury vehicles and prestige houses.

With a current estimated net worth of $350million, Portelli got his start dropping out of university to work for his father's truck repair business

With a current estimated net worth of $350million, Portelli got his start dropping out of university to work for his father’s truck repair business



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