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Moudi Tajjour podcast: NSW police call ex-Bikie to court


EXCLUSIVE: The infamous ex-bikie and convicted murderer is brought to justice after the police stop his viral podcast that tells of his criminal past, love life, and “sexual fetishes”.

  • Mohammed & # 39; Moudi & # 39; Tajjour is brought to trial by the NSW Police Force
  • Retired Bikie, 35, was once the national vice president of the nomads
  • But now he's running a controversial podcast that has caught the attention of the police

An ex-bikie who runs a controversial podcast about his past and alleged sexual fetishes is brought to justice by the police to testify about his former gang.

The NSW Police Force has asked Moudi Tajjour, the former national president of the nomads, to testify about the banned motorcycle gang.

Tajjour is a convicted murderer who has become a social media character best known for his short marriage to one of Salim Mehajer's sisters.

But his newly found fame – his YouTube show has more than 15,000 subscribers – has caught the detectives' attention.

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Ex-nomad bikie Moudi Tajjour has produced a podcast about his life. He has now been summoned to court and claims that his regular broadcasting is at least partially to blame

Tajjour said, "You are trying to say that I am the most remarkable nomad."

"(You said) Your podcast is open to everyone, so we'd like to ask you a few questions."

Tajjour said he was not in trouble, but should appear before a Newcastle court in August.

The case relates to a group of accused bicycles who have not been found guilty of being charged with leading or participating in a criminal group.

Tajjour claimed that he asked officials why he was summoned and the following words were said: “Because of your podcast.

"You are very open and think you will go on your podcast and say what you want, so we will put you before a judge to ask you questions."

Tajjour's love life was the subject of his social media posts. He had previously been fired by his Melbourne-based girlfriend Jessica Foster because she

Tajjour's love life was the subject of his social media posts. He had previously been released by his Melbourne-based girlfriend Jessica Foster because she "was not meant to be in the media spotlight".

He said he was repeatedly informed by the police that she and even other criminals were "fed up" with his programs.

But he claimed that his weekly podcast "keeps me off the streets and takes my time" and he doesn't comment on the case.

Tajjour's podcasts focused on topics such as a former prostitute in Lebanon, a fatal shootout in a Middle East club that was "hated" in prison and whether he could be the unidentified criminal Michael Ibrahim was warned about and # 39; f *** normal girls … stop the shemales & # 39 ;.

(He went to his podcast to refuse, confirm, or deny that he is the person speaking to Ibrahim. He said people should stop focusing on rumors and trash talks and my sex life and wanted to don't lower me and justify my position or contest this issue, whether it's bulls *** or true). & # 39;

Attorney Sam Macedone said he would advise convicted ex-criminals not to reveal details of their past

Attorney Sam Macedone said he would advise convicted ex-criminals not to reveal details of their past

Lead criminal lawyer Sam Macedone said he would advise against rehabilitated criminals who reveal details about their past.

"You should never talk about dodgy business in the past or dodgy activity in the past because these kinds of things will come back at some point to bite you on the butt," said Macedone.

Tajjour now says he was advised to be careful about what he talks about in the air.

From now on, he claims that his programs focus on the time he spent abroad, in prison and as a "gangster in the kitchen".

Daily Mail Australia contacted the NSW Police for a comment.

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