Angels bikie boss charged with extortion has
been granted bail in a Sydney court,
allowing him to attend his lavish wedding
Jouayde, the leader of the Parramatta
chapter of the Hells Angels, put down a
$400,000 surety to convince the police
prosecutor not to oppose bail.
fiancee, Susie Arida, cried in Burwood Local
Court as magistrate Timothy Keady granted
bail, allowing Jouayde to attend the $32,000
celebration at Lidcombe which will include
hip hop artists, magicians and a Lebanese
It was in
stark contrast to her reaction earlier in
the week when Mr Jouayde was denied bail
after police charged him with extortion over
an incident on Parramatta Road, Burwood, on
allegedly demanded a silver BMW M3, valued
at $43,990, from racehorse owner Terry
Mullens, the owner of a car dealership.
magistrate even agreed today to alter Mr
Jouayde's bail conditions so that he could
stay out celebrating after his wedding,
extending his curfew until 2am.
outside the court, Ms Arida said she "always
had hope" that her fiance would make the
wedding and that she would now travel to the
jail to pick him up personally.
barrister George Thomas joked outside the
court that he could "not understand why a
man would want to get out of jail so that he
could get married when marriage is just like
a life sentence". !!!!!