The bikie husband of Salim Mehajer’s younger sister has vowed to sue Commonwealth Bank, claiming it closed his accounts because he is a ‘suspicious identity’.
Nomads enforcer Mouhamed ‘Moudi’ Tajjour, 34, claimed large amounts of money entering his accounts monthly left the bank suspicious and led to it shutting them down.
The husband of Sanaa Mehajer, 22, took to Instagram on Thursday, saying his wealth stems from his ‘successful businesses’ and promising to seek legal advice.
Tajjour wrote: ‘U ARE A BUNCH OFF (sic) SAD NARROW MINDED FOOLS AND I PROMISE I WILL SEEK LEGAL ADVICE AND SUE ALL PARTIES WHO HAVE WRONGED ME TODAY.’
He shared a screenshot of three texts – which appeared to be sent to him by the bank – each saying he had received a letter and his account had been closed.
Tajjour claimed he was told by the bank he was a ‘suspicious identity’ and that his age was a ‘worrying factor’ due to the amount of money he receives.
The ex-Nomads vice president added: ‘So under suspicious activity they closed my accounts down.
‘Wtf country is this when u cannot run successful businesses without banks and police being suspicious.’
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Tajjour and Commonwealth Bank for comment.
Tajjour’s accounts were closed just two months after he married the second youngest Mehajer sibling in a lavish Boxing Day wedding that came just 48 hours after their engagement was announced.
It’s believed the pair may have first met at the high-profile wedding of Ms Mehajer’s older sister Aisha and Tajjour’s cousin Sam, in November 2017.
Both of their Instagram accounts were once filled with loved-up snaps together, but the pictures were removed last month after vile abuse was directed towards Ms Mehajer from Tajjour’s account.
Beneath a photo Ms Mehajer shared in February, a comment from Tajjour’s account read: ‘U F**KINB S**t’.
On another post Tajjour appeared to say: ‘Check ur inbox now ARE WE CLEAR NOW’.
The initials ‘ST’ and a ring still feature in his Instagram bio, while Ms Mehajer uploaded a photo alongside him on Wednesday.
Tajjour was convicted of the manslaughter of Robin Nassour in 2006, alongside his brother Sleiman Simon Tajjour.
They spent four years in jail over the ambush attack, before being released in March 2010.
Little more than a year after being released, their home in Merrylands, in Sydney’s west, was targeted in a drive by shooting. Weeks later, so was the home of their cousin John Ibrahim.
Sleiman Tajjour is currently the national president of the Nomads.