The former partner of Salim Mehajer’s younger sister has spoken out against the police and claims law enforcers have an ‘unfair’ vendetta against him.
, who married Saana Mehajer, 23, following a whirlwind romance and even quicker separation, took to Instagram in a heated monologue about his strained relationship with Australian police.
The 34-year-old Nomads bikie enforcer asked media to ‘sit down with him’ to discuss the treatment he has received – but was adamant his highly-publicised love life was off the table.
‘I pay my taxes, I’m not on parole, I’m not facing any charges… I don’t know what’s going on, but I’m being treated very unfairly,’ Tajjour said.
‘I’ve got a message for the media, you are always asking me for this and that, as long as you don’t ask about my love life, I’ll do a sit down with you guys… but my love life is not on the f***ing table.’
The former vice-president of the notorious motorcycle club told his followers he had received letters from Australian banks who allegedly refused him service.
Tajjour then went on to claim he was being targeted by police who he said have a ‘vendetta’ against him.
‘I just want to discuss the police vendetta against me and everyone around me,’ he said.
‘I’ve had enough of this government treating me like I’m some Al Capone or something.’
Speaking directly to the media, Tajjour invited journalists to contact him for a ‘sit down’ to discuss anything but his tumultuous romance with Saana.
‘I have always ignored you guys but I have had enough this unjustified actions towards me,’ he said in the caption.
Tajjour did not specify what the ‘unjustified actions’ were in his online rant.
The Sydney bikie wed Salim’s younger sister in December last year only weeks after revealing the pair were in a relationship.
But six weeks after their lavish wedding, the couple’s romance came to an end, with the pair unfollowing and deleting photos of each other online, and Tajjour appearing to direct vile abuse towards Ms Mehajer.
Commenting beneath a photo she shared on Tuesday evening, a comment from the account of John Ibrahim’s cousin wrote: ‘U F**KINB S**t’.
On another post Tajjour appeared to say: ‘Check ur inbox now ARE WE CLEAR NOW’.
When contacted by Daily Mail Australia, the top bikie claimed his account had been ‘hacked’ but refused to comment on whether he was still married to Ms Mehajer.
However earlier this month Tajjour took to social media to declare his new single status.
Outlined on the bio at the top of his Instagram account, Tajjour states: ‘Yes ladies I am single but not desperate or on heat so please chill with ur DMs’.
Tajjour is a life member of the Nomads having first joined in 1999.
Tajjour and his brother, Sleiman Simon Tajjour, both pleaded not guilty to the murder of Nassour, the brother of Fat Pizza actor George Nassour, in 2006.
They were found guilty of manslaughter and spent four years in jail over the ambush attack, before being released in March 2010.