Stacey was previously accused of faking her donation, however the statements clearly show that the entirety of the $3000 from the handbag sale went to a suicide prevention charity.
Last month, Stacey appeared to reveal how she affords her luxury wardrobe and $90,000 Range Rover.
The MAFS couples were treated to their spouse's audition tapes, and Stacey’s revealed a lot about the single mum.
When asked by the casting agents, 'What about your ideal guy? What kind of husband do you want?' Stacey's answer was her ex-boyfriend, former Rebels' bikie boss, Shane Michael Smith to a tee.
'Like, tattoos, big – I wanna feel protected,' she admitted confidently in the clip, to Michael Goonan's chagrin.
The casting agent then noticed her expensive accessories. 'You’ve got a Rolex and a Givenchy bag, I’m gonna be really honest. How do you afford that?'
'You might have to ask my ex,' Stacey laughed.
Although Stacey's admission contradicts an interview she did with Daily Mail in March.
The law graduate said she inherited a significant amount from her father and brother's estates following their tragic deaths.
The website claimed Stacey '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,' she explained.