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Kings Cross nightclub owner
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John Houssam Ibrahim is a Lebanese Australian Kings Cross nightclub entrepreneur. Ibrahim has attracted media attention due to his involvement in the 1995 Royal Commission into the New South Wales Police Service and alleged association with organized crime and outlaw motorcycle clubs.
Ibrahim has three brothers. The second youngest, Fadi Ibrahim, awoke from a coma after being shot five times by an unknown assailant while sitting in his Lamborghini outside his mansion in Castle Cove, Sydney. Ibrahim`s older brother, Sam, is a former leader of the Nomads MC outlaw motorcycle gang, which splintered in 2007 to form a new organization, Notorious MC. Sam is currently in remand in the Goulburn Supermax Prison. Ibrahim`s third brother Michael Ibrahim is currently serving up to nine years in jail for the manslaughter of Robin Nassour, the brother of Australian comedian George Nassour who was also seriously injured in the attack. John`s cousin Nick Ibrahim is seving a 15 year sentence for the manslaughter of Housam `Sam` Zayat one of the many murders in the Melbourne gangland war.
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John Houssam Ibrahim
John Houssam Ibrahim (25 August 1970) is a Kings Cross nightclub owner. Police allege Ibrahim is a "major organised-crime figure" and was labelled as the "lifeblood of the drugs industry of Kings Cross" during the 1995 Wood royal commission however, Ibrahim strongly denies being involved in the drug trade and organised crime.
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