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Panania Shooting Sydney: Gangster mum Lametta Fadlallah romance gone wrong: Amy Hazouri

A “gangster mother” murdered in a brutal execution next to her hairdresser may have been the target of a failed romance.

Lametta Fadlallah, 48, was brutally shot in the back seat of a Toyota 4WD in Panania, western Sydney, on Sunday.

Police are now looking for four gunmen who released 15 bullets through the vehicle’s windows and also hit Amy Hazouri, 39, who had just finished blow-drying Ms Fadlallah’s hair before an engagement party at a nearby Lebanese restaurant. that they would both attend.

The popular eatery is owned by Mrs Fadlallah’s partner Adel Dayoub. The two had been dating for 12 months.

Daily Mail Australia does not suggest that Mr Dayoub had any involvement in the shooting, and police are not investigating him either.

Police Say Ms Fadlallah ‘Previously Had Relationships With… Known’ [criminal] identities” and they investigate whether that played a role in her death.

Adel Dayoub and Lametta Fadlallah (pictured together) had been dating for just over 12 months and she got to know his family before her death on Saturday

Adel Dayoub and Lametta Fadlallah (pictured together) had been dating for just over 12 months and she got to know his family before her death on Saturday

Detectives are convinced that Ms Fadlallah was the intended target and that Ms Hazouri (pictured) was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time

Detectives are convinced that Ms Fadlallah was the intended target and that Ms Hazouri (pictured) was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time

Detectives are convinced that Ms Fadlallah was the intended target and that Ms Hazouri (pictured) was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time

Detectives are convinced that Ms Fadlallah was the intended target and that Ms Hazouri was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.

In the front was a 16-year-old TikTok star with 100,000 followers and her 20-year-old boyfriend. The traumatized couple managed to escape the hail of gunfire.

One of the gunmen pushed the teen’s head to the side as he leaned through the vehicle’s window and pulled the trigger. She has struggled to eat or sleep since the tragedy.

Daily Mail Australia revealed on Wednesday that Ms Fadlallah may have become a target after reluctantly speaking to police about her past.

Upon learning that someone she cared about was having serious problems with the law, she reportedly contacted the NSW Crime Commission.

That decision made her a “marked woman,” said a friend of Ms Fadlallah.

In the months before she was shot, Ms. Fadlallah installed multiple high-tech security cameras at her Hendy Avenue home.

Those cameras probably captured the moment she was ambushed in the driveway.

“I think she knew it was coming,” the friend said.

She was well aware of the cost of talking to the police.

“As I was told, the killers don’t think they broke any rule to stay away from women and family, because that’s not why she was targeted. She’s dead because she sniffed,” a friend said.

‘She didn’t deserve to die… She was a good woman and did everything for everyone, but it’s the rules. In their eyes that is something worth killing for.’

She rented a neat dark brick duplex in Hendy St, Revesby and her 16-year-old son attended a private school nearby

She rented a neat dark brick duplex in Hendy St, Revesby and her 16-year-old son attended a private school nearby

She rented a neat dark brick duplex in Hendy St, Revesby and her 16-year-old son attended a private school nearby

Pictured: Security cameras in front of Ms Fadlallah .'s house

Pictured: Security cameras in front of Ms Fadlallah .'s house

Pictured: Security cameras in front of Ms Fadlallah .'s house

Pictured: Security cameras in front of Ms Fadlallah .'s house

In May, she paid to have a sophisticated security system installed with at least three cameras aimed at the street where she was robbed and shot.

Adel Dayoub (pictured) helps police investigate 48-year-old's death

Adel Dayoub (pictured) helps police investigate 48-year-old's death

Adel Dayoub (pictured) helps police investigate 48-year-old’s death

Ms Fadlallah is reportedly associated with underworld figures for many years and was married to Abraham Derbas at one point in the 1990s.

He was a key member of the Telopea St Gang – coined after the Punchbowl, Western Sydney Street, which rose to disgrace between 1998 and 2000 as a hornet’s nest of gang activity in the Middle East.

Derbas is said to have long since turned his back on criminal life and has not had a relationship with Mrs Fadlallah for several years.

More recently, Ms Fadlallah was the long-term girlfriend of Safi, the Kings Cross standover, who was found dead in a Sydney apartment in January 2021 after suffering a heart attack.

Curiously, the criminals switched partners with Safi’s former lover Hilal who later married Derbas.

Detectives are investigating links between the pair and other criminals Ms Fadlallah could be associated with — and whether she had any information that others would like to keep quiet.

Lameta Fadlallah (pictured), 48, was one of two women killed in a hail of bullets

Lameta Fadlallah (pictured), 48, was one of two women killed in a hail of bullets

Lameta Fadlallah (pictured), 48, was one of two women killed in a hail of bullets

Forensic police work at the cordoned off crime scene on Sunday morning (photo)

Forensic police work at the cordoned off crime scene on Sunday morning (photo)

Forensic police work at the cordoned off crime scene on Sunday morning (photo)

Her hairdresser friend, Amy Hazouri, was also killed in the attack

Her hairdresser friend, Amy Hazouri, was also killed in the attack

Her hairdresser friend, Amy Hazouri, was also killed in the attack

‘She was in the middle of life. She would carry the guns for the boys, give alibis if needed and until she was killed mixing with gangsters,” an underworld source who new Ms Fadlallah told the Daily Telegraph.

“Lam was playing with the big boys and maybe knew too much.

“She always thought she was smart, but this is the most dangerous Sydney has ever been. Killing women so openly is next level.’

Her former husband Safi, 45 years old and weighing 200kg, was found dead in his Stapleton Street, Pendle Hill, after a neighbor was heard screaming for help around 4am.

Safi, 45, was arrested in October 2020 (pictured) on charges of possession of weapons

Safi, 45, was arrested in October 2020 (pictured) on charges of possession of weapons

Safi, 45, was arrested in October 2020 (pictured) on charges of possession of weapons

He had been released from prison just weeks earlier, as police found drug paraphernalia inside the unit.

The ‘great’ gangland player had close ties to criminals and was feared in Sydney’s underworld.

The former Kings Cross cyclist and bouncer survived 42 stab wounds while in prison in 2010.

The injuries put him in a coma for five months, with police saying he survived only because of his size.

Shortly after the shooting, a burnt-out car was found in the nearby suburb of Panania

Shortly after the shooting, a burnt-out car was found in the nearby suburb of Panania

Shortly after the shooting, a burnt-out car was found in the nearby suburb of Panania

HOW THE UNDERWORLD WAS BROUGHT OUT IN SYDNEY

AUGUST 29, 2020 – Fares Abounader, a Comanchero cyclist was shot dead in a drive-by attack as his wife and young child were inside their Panania home.

OCTOBER 4, 2020 – Shaylin Zreika – an employee of the Alameddines – is beaten with a metal bar in a street fight in Strathfield

OCTOBER 18, 2020 – Rafat Alameddine’s former home is shot in a drive-by shooting

OCTOBER 19, 2020 – Mejid Hamzy is shot dead in Condell Park

JANUARY 30, 2021 – Mustafa Naaman is shot dead in Hurstville in a suspected identity attack on Ibrahem Hamze

JANUARY 30, 2021 – Mejed Derbas is shot dead in Smithfield

FEBRUARY 15, 2021 – Bilal Hamze’s mother Maha Hamze comes under gunfire again in another drive-by shooting at her Auburn home

MARCH 12, 2021 – A house linked to the Alameddine family in Guildford is shot

6 AUGUST 2021 – Alameddine low-level employee Shady Kanj is shot in Chester Hill and found dead by police in Guildford

AUGUST 14, 2021 – Police foil alleged gang attack on Ibrahem Hamze when they see stolen Mercedes in Northern Sydney

OCTOBER 20, 2021 – Salim and Toufik Hamze are shot in front of their house in Guildford

NOVEMBER 10, 2021 – Drive-by shooting at Guildford, the home of an Alameddine employee. No one is hurt

JANUARY 6, 2022 – Bassam Hamzy’s brother, Ghassan Amoun, is shot dead at the age of 35 in a brutal daylight execution while sitting in a BMW outside a block of flats in western Sydney.

APRIL 4, 2022 – Mahmoud ‘Brownie’ Ahmad aka ‘Mr Big’ is gunned down in a hail of bullets – after being warned by police that he had a $1 million bounty on his head for his role in deadly shootings in Greenacre.

MAY 10, 2022 – Comanchero bikies with ties to the Alameddine clan, Tarek Zahed and his brother Omar were shot at while training at an Auburn gym. Omar died on sight while Tarek miraculously survived after being shot 10 times, including in the face.

MAY 14: Rami Iskander, 23, was shot in the torso before four hours on Saturday in front of his pregnant wife and two-year-old child at his home on Knox Street in Belmore. He is the cousin of Brownie Ahmad

MAY 15: NSW police launch Strikeforce Erebus to try to tackle the growing problem of gang violence, with Australian federal police and intelligence agencies working with state police to stop the bloodshed.

JUNE 28: Former Lone Wolf bikie Yusuf Nazlioglu dies in hospital a day after being hit by 10 bullets in an underground car park in Rhodes

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