The younger sister of Salim Mehajer is dating a senior member of the Nomads bikie gang who is a decade older than her and was previously convicted of manslaughter.Sanaa Mehajer is understood to have been in a relationship with Mouhamed 'Moudi' Tajjour, the ex-vice president of the notorious motorcycle club, since late November.They are the cousins of Kings Cross identity John Ibrahim.

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A day later the bikie seemingly introduced Ms Mehajer to his Nomads colleagues as they stood arm-in-arm in front of a row of motorcycles.'My Queen learning the ropes.

She steals half my clothes,' Tajjour captioned the shot.

Ms Mehajer is believed to be the second youngest of Salim's six sisters.

The property developer's other siblings are Kat, Aisha, Mary, Zena and Fatima.

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Tajjour, a former vice-president of the motorcycle club, is now a life member having first joined in 1999.

He has been on the radar of the NSW Gangs Squad and earlier this year reportedly led a social media attack on top cop Deb Wallace, according to The Daily Telegraph.

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