The leader of one of the most notorious motorcycle gangs in Australia is being persecuted for unpaid taxes.
The president of Finks' outlaw motorcycle gang, Koshan Rashidi, also known as Kosh Radford, was hit with a lawsuit of almost $ 600,000 in tax debts on Saturday.
According to a brief issued to the Victoria County Court by the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation, Radford, 40, has debts that date back 15 years.
Kosh Radford (second from left) is being persecuted for almost $ 600,000 in unpaid tax debts
The claim of the debt occurs after an ammended evaluation of its tax history of the last 11 years
The debt claim of more than $ 586,961 includes $ 245,006 in unpaid taxes, $ 187,353 in fines and more than $ 154,591 in interest.
It comes after Radford received an amended fiscal evaluation of the last 11 years in May of this year, as reported by the Herald Sun.
According to the Australian Tax Office, he now lives in a two-story house with a luxury pool in the suburb southeast of Melbourne, Endeavor Hills.
The brief was filed with the Victoria County Court on Saturday, and the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation awaits a ruling that requires the president to pay.
Radford recently made headlines when he and his family were denied access to Bali last year.
Radford made the news when he was banned from entering Bali with his family in 2017
Traveling with his wife, son and mother-in-law, he was intercepted at the airport and embarked on the first available flight back to Sydney.
The Bali Immigration Minister later confirmed that he had been excluded because of his links to the biker gang, and the federal police in Australia warned him.
The measure was reported as an attempt to interrupt the emergence of Australian bikie gangs in Bali in recent years, with the publication of Finks, Rebels and Bandidos in Indonesia.
Radford is the president of the banned biker club Finks, which reportedly exceeds 2,000 members.
Soon after, he was arrested and released on bail on charges of allegedly hitting a cop in the face.
He was released under strict conditional bail, which included a bail of $ 15,000 and ordered not to associate with anyone from Finks.