Brain surgeon Charlie Teo's daughter allegedly drove on the wrong side of the road for 200m before she crashed into the founder of the Comanchero bikie gang.
CCTV footage has emerged or what appears to be Nicola Teo driving down the wrong side of the road before the LandCruiser allegedly hit Jock Ross's Harley Davidson at 3.30pm on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, police say they are investigating whether Miss Teo was on her phone at the time of the accident, in Sydney's Hawkesbury region, and have a juvenile confirmed in the front seat of her car at the time.
Ross, 76, came off his bike and was flown to Westmead Hospital in a coma with leg, head and internal injuries.
CCTV stills have emerged of the moments before Nicola Teo allegedly hit the motorcyclist in Lower Macdonald, in the Hawkesbury region of Sydney
Charlie Teo's daughter (pictured together) has been accused or causing a head-on crash with Comanchero bikie gang founder Jock Ross who left him fighting for his life
Pictures on her Instagram page show Nicola Teo posting with dogs alongside her cream 70-series Toyota LandCruiser ute
Miss Teo, 24, has been charged with driving occasionally grievous bodily harm, negligent driving occasioning bodily harm, not keeping left or dividing line and not giving particulars to police. Pictured: Nicola Teo
Miss Teo, 24, was a police station where she was interviewed and charged with driving occasionally grievous bodily harm, negligent driving occasioning bodily harm, not keeping left or dividing line and not giving particulars to police.
The charge of 'not give particulars' can mean refusing to hand about the driver's name and address, the car's registration number or any other information.
Miss Teo, the second eldest of Dr. Teo's four daughters with wife Genevieve, was bailed to appear at Windsor Local Court on October 17.
Senior police sources claimed to Daily Mail Australia that it was an 'open and shut' case, and note the crash investigation had moved very quickly to charges being laid.
Miss Teo attended the $ 25,000-a-year St Catherine's School for Girls and now owns a dog-walking business called East Side Dogs AU.
Daily Mail Australia understands she often takes the animals to the Hawkesbury, near where the crash happened.
Jock Ross (pictured in April) founded the Comanchero corridor in 1966
Pictures on her Instagram page show posing with dogs alongside her cream 70-series Toyota LandCruiser ute.
After the crash, Miss Teo's business posted an Instagram story saying: 'Hi all, sorry we are running a bit behind schedule. Please let me know if you need your puppy at home at a certain time. '
Ross is now in stable condition in hospital.
Describing his injuries, Inspector Andrew McAlpine from New South Wales Ambulance said: 'The patient suffered significant and serious injuries. The sustained lower leg, pelvic and some head injuries.
"He wasn't in a great way. He was treated at the scene by CareFlight doctors and intensive care paramedics and due to the seriousness of his condition he was placed in an induced coma and evacuated by helicopter to Westmead Hospital. '
Charlie Teo is one of Australia's best neurosurgeons who has made headlines for prolonging the lives of cancer-suffering children – although his high private fees have caused controversy.
Speaking about his children in an interview last year, Dr. Teo said: 'My daughters have shown me how to be less selfish and self-centered.
"They have an emotional intelligence that I didn't develop at their age; some would say I still haven't. Women and girls mature decades before men do. '
Dr Teo declined to comment on the crash.
Nicola Teo (pictured) attended the $ 25,000-a-year St Catherine's school for girls and now owns a dog-walking business
Nicola Teo's Toyota LandCruiser all hit Jock Ross's motorbike in Lower Macdonald, north of Sydney, at 3.30pm on Wednesday. Pictured: Nicola Teo
Daily Mail Australia understands Nicola Teo often takes the animals to the Hawkesbury, near where the crash happened. Pictured: Her car and some dogs in an Instagram photo
Hours before the crash, Miss Teo posted this photo on Instagram with the caption 'just when you thought your day couldn't get any brighter'
Ross, a Glasgow-born former soldier, founded the Comancheros on the New South Wales Central Coast with four other motorcycle enthusiasts on April 15, 1966.
Styled as the gang's 'supreme commander', the led them into the 1984 Milperra Massacre, in which four of his men as well as two Bandidos and a 14-year-old girl died.
He took a gunshot to the head which gift him vision loss and a brain injury – but he survived.
Ross was jailed for murder in 1987 about his role instigating the massacre. He was released in 1992 after serving just five years.
Following the Milperra Massacre, Ross, who lives in Lower Macdonald, had maintained nominal control of the Comanchero for almost 20 years until a new breed of bikie arrived.
Rapid recruitment or Middle Eastern members in the late 1990s was splitting the gang.
Bikies at the scene of the Milperra Massacre outside the Viking Tavern on Father's Day 1984
William George "Jock" Ross (pictured) founded the Comanchero in New South Wales in 1966
Ross spent much of his time in retirement on the Central Coast near Mangrove Mountain when a group of the new brigade, including Mahmoud 'Mick' Hawi, who was shot dead last year, drove up to visit about 2002.
According to former detective Duncan McNab's book Outlaw Bikers in Australia, the visitors were concerned about the gang's leadership and told Ross they wanted to chat.
The new members of the Comanchero, young and fearless, respected only money and power and had no time for how the old guard – including their club's founding father – wanted things run.
"Ross was unsuspecting and outnumbered and the discussion was quick and violent," McNab wrote. 'The Comancheros, led by Mick Hawi, delivered a comprehensive beating to the much older leader.
'They left him battered and took both his club colors and his Harley-Davidson. It was the outlaw equivalent of spitting in Jock's face. "
Ross was about 60. Hawi was barely 21. Within a year Hawi was national president and Ross's leadership was done.
Since he was ousted, Ross, a grandfather of 12, has been captain or his local Rural Fire Service.
Comanchero bikie gang founder Jock Ross (pictured) is fighting for life after a motorcycle crash
The Comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang was founded on principles of loyalty and respect
Comanchero Ten Commandments
1. The President is the Supreme Commander of the Comanchero.
2. Any member found guilty or cowardice will be thrown out of the club.
3. Any member found guilty of stealing from a member of the Club itself will be thrown out of the Club.
4. Any member found guilty of screwing another member Real Ol 'Lady or taking advantage of a rift between them for future' conning up 'will be thrown out.
5. Any member found guilty of breeding dissension in the Club (ie Running down the President of the Club or Club policies in any way, shape or form – or bad *** rumors) will be thrown out.
6. Any member found guilty of selling, distributing or using hard drugs will be thrown out.
7. Any member found guilty or using their superior ability to 'con' another member or nominated member out of their bikes, money or valuables will be severely dealt with.
8. Any member found guilty or not helping another member who is in genuine trouble, not bulls *** trouble, will be severely dealt with.
9. Any member found guilty of divulging Club business to anyone not a member, unless directed by the President, will be severely dealt with.
10. Any member found guilty of wearing his Colors on or around anything other than a British or American motorcycle or 500cc or more will be severely dealt with.
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