Suave lawyer dismissed by Salim Mehajer is arrested extrajudicially after trying to convince a woman to drop an AVO against his client & # 39;
- Eidan Havas was approached by police outside the Manly Local Court on Wednesday
- The video that was made on the spot showed that he was arrested but not fascinated
- Mr. Havas represented Salim Mehajer in an attempt to cancel his bankruptcy last year
A lawyer dismissed by Salim Mehajer has been arrested for alleged interference in a witness.
Eidan Havas was approached by the police outside the Manly Local Court on Wednesday afternoon.
Video made by Daily telegram showed him arrested but not fascinated.
& # 39; You are under arrest because you are interfering with a witness, do you understand that? & # 39; a police officer asked him.
Salim Mehajer & # 39; s (right) former lawyer Eidan Havas (photo left, last year) was approached by the police outside the Manly Local Court on Wednesday afternoon
Mr Havas represented Salim Mehajer (photo) in an attempt to cancel his bankruptcy last year
He nodded and she added: & # 39; Okay, we're going next door & # 39; before he leads him to the station next to the courthouse.
Mr Havas, who represented Salim Mehajer last year in an attempt to cancel his bankruptcy, was at the court on Wednesday to represent another client.
The man fought against a stopped violence order (AVO), tried by a woman.
The police claim that Mr. Havas called and sent the woman a text message twice to drop the attempt.
Influencing a witness has a maximum penalty of seven years. Mr Havas will appear in court at a later date.
The lawyer had a public argument with convicted criminal Mehajer when the property developer fired him last year.
Mehajer told the Federal Court in Sydney that he had dumped Mr. Havas because he & # 39; incompetent & # 39; used to be
& # 39; Eidan told me it was under control. He talked the speech, & Mehajer said.
& # 39; It was all great. But that was not the case. & # 39;
Mr. Havas hit back by holding a press conference out of court.
He said: & # 39; If he has done something wrong, he cannot take the blame for himself.
& # 39; It's always someone else's fault. & # 39;
Mr Havas (left and right) was at the court on Wednesday to represent a client. The man fought against an attempted arrest (AVO) by a woman
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