A business man allegedly involved in a ‘sophisticated’ drug syndicate that tried to import more than a tonne of cocaine into Australia flaunted his wealth and extravagant lifestyle on social media before his arrest.
Darren Mohr could face life imprisonment if found guilty for his alleged involvement in a Sydney-based drug ring dismantled by police following raids on Christmas Day at the Sydney Fish Markets.
The 42-year-old bowed his head as he was pictured sitting on a Rose Bay sidewalk, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, in handcuffs and surrounded by police on Tuesday after officers found 500 kilograms on a boat in Parsley Bay.
The image was in stark contrast to the tattooed businessman’s online persona, which shows Mohr tanning on remote beaches, wearing designer suits at prestigious yacht clubs during the Grand Prix in Monaco and flying high on a private helicopter.
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