BREAKING: Salim Mehajer, Former Muslim Dy Mayor of Auburn arrested

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Salim Mehajer arrested

source site The former Auburn Deputy Mayor Salim Mehajer was arrested today after a case was filed on him by a taxi driver. The driver alleged that he had an altercation with the former Deputy Mayor outside Star Casino in Sydney last night. The altercation involved a EFTPOS (Electronic funds transfer at point of sale and a mobile phone. Police said both devices have been recovered by the scene in Pyrmont and are being examined by the forensic department.

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eba3d3f0c88e1325b8ef2b1b25480ad0 The police said Salim Mehajer was arrested at about 5.30 AM today morning in Darlinghust. They said 30 year old Salim is assisting them with their queries. Source said he was arrested at the intersection of Bourke street and William street.

mon copain veut rencontrer mes parents Although the time of the altercation is unclear, they said the 38 year old taxi driver was not injured. Salim Mehajer was later in the day charges with assaulting the taxi driver as CCTV footage supported the driver.

mi consigliate qualche demo di opzioni digitali Salim Mehajer is an Australian licensed builder, property developer, disqualified corporation manager and former deputy mayor of the former Auburn City Council. He has interests in a number of property development companies. Mehajer was born in Sydney, and is the third-eldest of eight children of Lebanese immigrants Amal and Mohamed Mehajer.

Controversy’s child! Mehajer ran as an independent member of the Legislative Assembly for Auburn at the 2011 New South Wales State election. He was subsequently investigated by the Election Funding Authority of New South Wales for failing to declare electoral spending and political donations but, as he was not elected, no action was taken against him. In 2012 he was elected as an independent councilor for the City of Auburn, and was subsequently elected as deputy mayor. In 2014 the Division of Local Government conducted an investigation into Mehajer’s pecuniary interests and suspended him from civic office for a month for failing to disclose his business and property interests. Mehajer was involved in a serious car crash on 17 January 2012 when he lost control of his Ferrari 612 Scaglietti at the crest of The Boulevarde in Lidcombe and ran over two women before colliding with a wall. The two women were rushed to Westmead Hospital where they underwent surgery for serious leg and pelvic injuries. They were released from hospital after spending a month in recovery.

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