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Thursday, 31 March 2011

THE son of the Sydney nightclub identity John Ibrahim is facing charges arising from an alleged fight over a parking spot.

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Daniel Taylor, 20, agreed to speak with Kings Cross detectives following simultaneous raids on a property owned by Mr Ibrahim at Dover Heights and the home of his bodyguard, Semi ''Tongan Sam'' Ngata, at Merrylands.

Mr Taylor, of North Bondi, was charged with recklessly causing grievous bodily harm, malicious damage and entering a car without the owner's consent. He was released on bail to appear in Central Local Court on April 20.

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Mr Ngata's 24-year-old son, Nimlote, was charged over the alleged assault at Woolloomooloo on March 12. He was held in custody to appear before court today.

Mr Ibrahim's driver, Mehmet Gulasi, 44, of Merrylands, was arrested in the raid. He appeared in court yesterday on a charge of recklessly causing grievous bodily harm in company and is due back in court today.

A 30-year-old man reportedly returned to his Woolloomooloo home to find a ute parked in his residential car space.

Unable to find the ute's owner, the man blocked its exit with his own vehicle and went inside.

He was allegedly bashed and threatened after later going outside to move his vehicle.

A side window of his car was also smashed.

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