Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer has never been far from controversy
2009: Mehajer has been convicted of owning or attempting to own a & # 39; prescribed limited substance & # 39; and for possessing a police uniform. The convictions are subsequently set aside on appeal.
March 2011: Mehajer runs unsuccessfully as an independent member of the Legislative Assembly for Auburn in the NSW state election.
He is then investigated by the New South Wales election financing authority, which has not taken action against him.
January 2012: Mehajer loses control of his $ 300,000 Ferrari and injures a mother and daughter in western Sydney.
He was convicted of negligent driving and sentenced to 150 hours of community service. The conviction is subsequently set aside on appeal.
September 2012: Mehajer is elected as an independent councilor for the City of Maroon and later elected deputy mayor.
February 2013: His construction company SM Project Developments is forced to be liquidated by the ATO due to unpaid taxes.
February 2014: A property of Mehajer in Lidcombe has been damaged by a suspicious fire.
June 2014: He is suspended for a month by the Local Government Department because he has not disclosed his business and ownership interests.
The penalty will be set aside in December.
August 2015: The then deputy mayor of Auburn marries his partner Aysha in the so-called & # 39; marriage of the century & # 39 ;.
Mehajer receives a $ 220 fine from the Auburn Board for the closure of Frances Street, Lidcombe. A petition is launched to make him plunder the wedding.
October 2015: Several contractors are launching legal action on so-called unpaid debts, including a stonemason who has installed a staircase at his Lidcombe house.
The same month he is pulled back twice in less than half an hour behind the wheel of a reportedly unregistered Ferrari.
September 2015: Mehajer is re-elected as deputy mayor of Auburn, despite the petition demanding his resignation.
October 2015: He reveals that one day he hopes to find his way to & # 39; the top position & # 39; in federal politics.
November 2015: Mehajer announces that he wants to study medicine and become a specialist in mental health, because he tells fellow advisers that he has resigned as director of six of his seven development companies.
The same month he is forced to defend allegations that he intimidated the father of a survivor of the Lindt Cafe siege.
December 2015: The Australian federal police are investigating Mehajer about allegations that he forged documents to improve the election of the Maroon City Council of 2012.
January 2016: He is suspended for four months from his position if he does not disclose his financial interest in a home.
It was determined that he had voted on changes that added $ 1 million to his value.
July 2016: Mehajer is reportedly investigated by the police after allegedly transferring $ 20 million to Lebanon.
In the same month he is told that he must stay at least 50 meters away from his wife Aysha until at least 17 August after the police have concluded an AVO on her behalf.
August 2016: Mehajer refuses to disclose which video & alleged threats of sexual abuse and death threats made by him.
September 2016: He was banned from managing companies for three years after he appealed against a decision by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
November 2016: Mehajer is publicly arrested by the local police on the Spanish party island of Ibiza after a fight with a taxi driver.
April 2017: Mehajer is arrested and charged with attacking a taxi driver at The Star casino in Sydney.
A few hours later, he is accused of mistreatment after beating Laura Banks' hand in a Channel Seven car door.
June 2017: Mehajer & # 39; s sister Fatima pleads guilty to 77 indictment fraud charges concerning the election of the Maroon City Council 2012.
The same month his project developers, Sydney Project Group and SET Services are placed in the hands of managers.
September 2017: Mehajer is accused of manipulating the courts over the approval of his plans for a shopping and apartment complex in western Sydney.
October 2017: He is beaten with a $ 1 million bill after allegedly not paying for the work in his house in the marble palace of Lidcombe.
That same month, Mehajer is rushed to the hospital after a car accident on the way to a court hearing about the taxi driver incident.
Also in October a telephone recording is leaked in which Mehajer is said to threaten to rap a modified car mechanic.
November 2017: Police raid the Mehajer house as part of an investigation into the alleged staging of the car accident on the way to court.
Mehajer is arrested and accused of violating an AVO that prevents him from seeing his estranged wife Aysha Learmonth.
February 2018: Mehajer has been found guilty of attacking female TV reporter Laura Banks with a car door in front of the Sydney police station last year.
He also received a good three-year behavioral code and ordered anger delivery advice after he was found guilty of the taxi driver attack.
March 20, 2018: Mehajer is declared bankrupt by a judge of the Federal Circuit Court after one of his companies has not paid a debt of more than $ 200,000 to his creditors.
May 17, 2018: Mehajer receives a good 18-month behavioral measure after he has pleaded guilty to intimidating his estranged wife.
June 22, 2018: Mehajer is instructed to serve eleven months behind bars for election fraud. His sister Fatima receives a suspended two-month prison sentence.