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Hells Angel bikie accused of attempted extortion has been granted bail less than 24 hours before he is due to get married.

Saturday, 16 July 2011

Mostafa Jouayd also obtained a one-off extension to his curfew, which will enable him to continue the nuptial celebrations until the early hours on Sunday.

The 30-year-old president of the Hells Angels Parramatta chapter appeared by audio visual link at Burwood Local Court on Friday, while his anxious fiancee, Susie Arida, sat in the back of the courtroom.

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On Tuesday at the same court, the tattoo shop owner was refused bail by a magistrate after being arrested with four other men on Monday.

They are charged with, between July 7 and 11, demanding with menaces a silver BMW M3, valued at $43,990 from racehorse owner Terry Mullens, owner of a luxury car dealership at Burwood.

They also are charged with participating in a criminal group.

Jouayd's barrister George Thomas told the court on Tuesday that a magician, hip-hop artist and Lebanese band were booked to perform for 250 guests at the $32,000 Sydney wedding on Saturday.

On Friday, he entered not guilty pleas on Jouayd's behalf.

Magistrate Tim Keady then agreed to bail, after police said they no longer opposed it, in part due to the proposed strict conditions.

They include an acceptable person lodging a surety of $400,000, Jouayd agreeing to forfeit $20,000 if he does not comply with his bail, and his reporting to police daily.

He also must abide by a home curfew from 8pm to 6am (AEST), but this will be changed so he can stay out until 2am (AEST) on Sunday.

Jouayd and Ms Arida both looked elated at the decision and outside court she said she was going to pick him up from jail.

His barrister George Thomas told reporters he was relieved at the decision.

"What I can't understand is why a fellow would want to get out of jail to get married, which is like a life sentence anyway," he quipped.


A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty

A person charged with a crime is presumed innocent until proven guilty

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