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 Salim Mehajer behind bars over car crash 'conspira
Michael.W
 Posted: Jan 23 2018, 06:10 PM
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Salim Mehajer behind bars over car crash 'conspiracy'

Controversial developer Salim Mehajer will spend tonight behind bars after facing court over allegations he staged a car crash on the day he was due to appear in court for assaulting a taxi driver.

Police have warned Mehajer could face a "lengthy term of imprisonment" if found guilty of the conspiracy.

Six people have now been arrested over the alleged conspiracy, including Mr Mehajer's business associate and friend Ahmed Jaghbir, 28.

Controversial developer Salim Mehajer will spend tonight behind bars after facing court over allegations he staged a car crash on the day he was due to appear in court for assaulting a taxi driver.

Police have warned Mehajer could face a "lengthy term of imprisonment" if found guilty of the conspiracy.

Six people have now been arrested over the alleged conspiracy, including Mr Mehajer's business associate and friend Ahmed Jaghbir, 28.

The former deputy mayor of Auburn collided with a Mitsubishi Outlander at an intersection in Lidcombe on October 16 last year while on his way to Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court, where he was facing charges for allegedly robbing and assaulting a taxi driver outside Star Casino.

Emergency crews rushed to the scene, where firefighters pried Mehajer from his Mercedes AMG, and paramedics stretchered him into an ambulance and took him to Westmead Hospital.

His passenger and the occupants of the Mitsubishi – two women, aged 31 and 32 – were not reported to have been injured during the incident.
Due to the accident, Mehajer was given a medical certificate to avoid court until this year.

Mehajer's case was heard in Waverton Local Court today, with the magistrate delaying the decision on whether to grant him bail until tomorrow.

If his bail is refused, Mehajer could face up to two years behind bars on remand before his case is heard, Waverly Local Court heard.

https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/salim-mehajer-behind-bars-over-car-crash-conspiracy/ar-AAv2qWg?ocid=spartanntp.

I wonder if they could let us know which jail he is at, like to send some tissues.

Maybe Slippy Sam will visit him tonight to comfort him http://s7.postimg.cc/j7qtvsrc7/sarcasm.gif
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 Posted: Jan 23 2018, 06:41 PM
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I wonder if his lawyer will be asked to re-front the presiding judge for this piece of slim. Tipping he won't be backing him again.
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Michael.W
 Posted: Jan 24 2018, 07:26 AM
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QUOTE (Michael.W @ Jan 23 2018, 06:41 PM)
I wonder if his lawyer will be asked to re-front the presiding judge for this piece of slim. Tipping he won't be backing him again.


Nope, I was wrong, his lawyer is now stating that his client is a victim of extortion and has been setup. I have just been throwing up !!! http://fairdinkumnewschat.b1.jcink.com/uploads/fairdinkumnewschat/smiley_angry002.gif http://fairdinkumnewschat.b1.jcink.com/uploads/fairdinkumnewschat/smiley_angry002.gif

His Mercedes Benz was insured for $156,000 just weeks beforehand, it was wroth $97,000. His lawyer claiming that insured some included extras fitted to the vehicle.

As I'm an ex M/Benz Engineer and I still contract to them, so I know the engineers who still work there, the extra's on offer for that model do not carry that sort of pricing.

I'd say that his lawyer is clutching at straws for his client. His client is looking at 10 +15 years for the 2 separate charges alone, not including all the other charges that still pending and I'm tipping the judge that is hearing the assault charges where is now appears he and colleagues stage the accident may also face contempt of court plus others.

Tipping the police have a case for the prosecution. http://fairdinkumnewschat.com/biggrin.gif http://fairdinkumnewschat.com/biggrin.gif http://fairdinkumnewschat.com/biggrin.gif

He fronts court again this morning, here's hoping that he stay's behind bars until his court case is heard, that's tipped to be 2 year away. He also has 3 other court cases to be heard in coming months. Hopefully he will have plenty of time to consider his defence.

Tissues anyone!!!


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Throw him in the slammer. Is all I have to say http://fairdinkumnewschat.com/biggrin.gif

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Salim Mehajer refused bail over allegations he staged a car crash

Controversial developer Salim Mehajer has been refused bail after he was accused of staging a car crash in Sydney to avoid a court appearance.

Still dressed in a suit, the 31-year-old appeared in Waverley Local Court via video link from Silverwater Correction Centre where he spent his first night behind bars.

Mr Mehajer was involved in the two-vehicle crash on his way to Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court on October 16, where he was facing charges for allegedly robbing and assaulting a taxi driver outside Star Casino.

Strike Force Reppan investigators arrested the former deputy mayor of Auburn at his home in Vaucluse before 7am yesterday.

Six people have now been arrested over the alleged conspiracy, including Mr Mehajer's business associate and friend Ahmed Jaghbir, 28.

Both Mr Mehajer and business associate Jaghbir have been charged with conspiracy to commit fraud and perverting the course of justice, while a 30-year-old man and a 31-year-old woman have been charged with conspiracy to cheat and defraud.

Another man and woman from Lidcombe have been arrested, with charges expected to be laid.

Mr Mehajer's case was heard in Waverton Local Court yesterday, with the magistrate delaying the decision on whether to grant him bail until today.
If convicted of the charges, which include conspiracy and fraud, he faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.

In addition to the alleged assault of a taxi driver, Mr Mehajer has previously faced court two breaches of an Apprehended Violence Order against his estranged wife Aysha Learmonth and for electoral fraud.

https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/salim-mehajer-refused-bail-over-allegations-he-staged-a-car-crash/ar-AAv5lWw?li=AAavLaF&ocid=spartandhp

GOOD !!! ABOUT BLOODY TIME. finally a judge that could see through his BS

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 Posted: Jan 31 2018, 07:19 AM
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Mehajer to face court over cabbie assault

Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer is expected to front court again, accused of assaulting and robbing a taxi driver.

The controversial NSW businessman has pleaded not guilty over the incident which allegedly occurred outside Sydney's Star Casino last April.

He is due to face the Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday.

The 31-year-old was last week refused bail after being accused of staging a car crash on his way to court in 2017, days after he insured his vehicle for more than $150,000.


OH Dear Pretty Boy, looks like you will have some explaining to do for failing to appear as summons before a previous prepared court date and staging a vehicle accident as an excuse & using the medical profession to justify your falsified actions.

I'd like to wish him all the best and hope the judge throw the book at him for the 1st of a line court actions to be heard.

Not Guilty my arse !!!!
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Hopefully another http://fairdinkumnewschat.b1.jcink.com/uploads/fairdinkumnewschat/smiley_2016_09_06_04_32.png for the law courts today. Hope his jump suit is well pressed and his handcuffs and chains are well polished. Don't forget to smile for the camera's today, tipping it won't be the same without your precious mobile phone glued to you ear.

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Perhaps while he is in jail, he might have some gender changing encounters.

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QUOTE (Flin @ Jan 31 2018, 07:51 AM)
Perhaps while he is in jail, he might have some gender changing encounters.


Fair chance Flin.

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QUOTE (scepo @ Jan 31 2018, 11:28 AM)
QUOTE (Flin @ Jan 31 2018, 07:51 AM)
Perhaps while he is in jail, he might have some gender changing encounters.


Fair chance Flin.



What about stray jackets to keep him restrained. http://fairdinkumnewschat.com/biggrin.gif http://fairdinkumnewschat.com/biggrin.gif http://fairdinkumnewschat.com/biggrin.gif
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'Untenable': Salim Mehajer's lawyer walks away from case

Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer's defence team has abandoned his case after he was accused of assaulting and robbing a taxi driver.

The controversial Sydney businessman denies stealing the cabbie's iPhone, throwing it out of the taxi and hitting the driver with an Eftpos machine outside Sydney's Star Casino last April.

High-profile solicitor Brett Galloway withdrew from the case when a tired- looking Mr Mehajer appeared at the Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday after a week in custody.

"I've been asked to take a position which is untenable," Mr Galloway told magistrate Vivien Swain.

The 31-year-old property developer has pleaded not guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm, larceny to the value of less than 2000, destroying or damaging property and common assault.

Mehajer was last week refused bail after being accused of staging a car crash on his way to court in October 2017, days after he insured his luxury vehicle for more than $150,000.

is Mercedes had collided with a Mitsubishi Outlander at an intersection in Lidcombe, which a magistrate last week labelled as a "premeditated scheme" to avoid court over the assault charges.

Mr Mehajer was cut free from his luxury car by firefighters, put in a neck brace and taken to Westmead Hospital, while his passenger and the occupants of the other vehicle were uninjured.

But last Tuesday he was charged with perverting the course of justice and conspiracy to cheat and defraud over the crash.

Mr Mehajer was also charged with two fresh counts of stalking and intimidating his estranged wife, Aysha Learmonth, in 2017.

The 31-year-old was arrested last week along with three other people following an extensive police investigation into a car crash, which police allege was staged to avoid court and commit insurance fraud.

Just before 7am on January 23, Mr Mehajer was arrested at his home in Vaucluse, and a 28-year-old man was arrested at a home in Lidcombe.

Police alleged the former deputy mayor of Auburn council was part of a joint criminal enterprise with five other people to set up the crash, with the group conspiring before and after the incident, and providing fraudulent versions of events to investigators and insurance companies.

Mr Mehajer is charged with perverting the course of justice and conspiring to cheat or defraud, which carry maximum penalties of 14 years' jail and 10 years' jail respectively.

Mr Mehajer's bail was denied last Wednesday, with magistrate Jennifer Giles saying he had not shown cause as to why his detention was unjustified.


https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/australia/untenable-salim-mehajers-lawyer-walks-away-from-case/ar-BBIui70?ocid=spartandhp

Looks like pretty boy is running out of lawyers, this will be his 3rd that I'm aware off that has walked away from him. Can't understand it myself, only last week this lawyer was protesting his innocents. Guessing today will be adjourned so that he can seek another legal presentive. Oh pretty Boy what a mess, guilty plea might be good alternative. !!!
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