The Block's cheating scandal exploded on Tuesday, as Tanya Guccione confessed she was the first to receive the leaked photo of the show's production schedule.
And in light of her revelation, Josh and Luke Packham have revealed why they kept her involvement in the scandal a secret for so long, after refusing to throw her under the bus to producers despite knowing she saw the photo first.
Josh told 9Now on Wednesday: 'I guess it's just not really our position to name names, really.
The Block scandal: Tanya Guccione (L) revealed an 'ex-tradie' sent her the infamous whiteboard photo of the show's production schedule on Tuesday, alongside co-star Luke Packham (R). On Wednesday, he and his brother revealed why they kept Tanya's involvement in the scandal a secret for so longInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'That's not what we've ever done and you've got to take responsibility for your own actions, and you leave it to others to own up for themselves.'
After being asked about the source of the photo multiple times on camera, the boys finally came clean on Tuesday when their builder Ryan ended up in the firing line.
The twins then went to fetch Tanya and her husband Vito, before she told 'her truth' of what happened to producers.
Loyal: 'That's not what we've ever done and you've got to take responsibility for your own actions, and you leave it to others to own up for themselves,' Josh said
The twins were always honest about their own involvement in the scandal, whereas Tanya and Vito denied the entire thing when questioned by cast and crew.
Josh added: 'At the end of the day, we just want to own up for our participation in it, and it's up to other people if they want to put their hand up or start pointing fingers, that's not up to us.'
The drama started only recently, after someone broke into host Scott Cam's office and took a photo of the whiteboard which showed the series' filming schedule - including the dates of each challenge, private tours and furniture consults.
Anyone who saw the picture would have the advantage of pre-ordering something for a specific room, planning their specifications weeks in advance