The man accused of selling the shock athlete Ray Hadley, the cocaine police son faces the court for the first time

Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed (pictured) is accused of delivering 0.8 grams of cocaine to police officer Daniel Hadley, son of 2GB radio broadcaster Ray Hadley

The man accused of selling cocaine to radio police star Ray Hadley's son in a Sydney pub has confronted the court for the first time.

Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed, from Seven Hills, appeared briefly Monday at the Local Court in Blacktown, where he did not intervene.

The 22-year-old is accused of supplying a forbidden drug, possessing a prohibited drug and having assets in custody that are reasonably suspected to have been obtained illegally.

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Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed (pictured) is accused of delivering 0.8 grams of cocaine to police officer Daniel Hadley, son of 2GB radio broadcaster Ray Hadley

Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed (pictured) is accused of delivering 0.8 grams of cocaine to police officer Daniel Hadley, son of 2GB radio broadcaster Ray Hadley

The accused cocaine supplier Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed tried to hide his face from the Daily Mail Australia when he went to the Blacktown Local Court for the first time on Monday.

The accused cocaine supplier Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed tried to hide his face from the Daily Mail Australia when he went to the Blacktown Local Court for the first time on Monday.

The accused cocaine supplier Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed tried to hide his face from the Daily Mail Australia when he went to the Blacktown Local Court for the first time on Monday.

Police officer Daniel Hadley, 28, was admitted to a mental health clinic after being accused of possessing 0.79 grams of cocaine in a pub in northwest Sydney on August 3.

Police officer Daniel Hadley, 28, was admitted to a mental health clinic after being accused of possessing 0.79 grams of cocaine in a pub in northwest Sydney on August 3.

Police officer Daniel Hadley, 28, was admitted to a mental health clinic after being accused of possessing 0.79 grams of cocaine in a pub in northwest Sydney on August 3.

The court heard that the Director of the Public Prosecutor's Office of New South Wales had chosen to take over the case of the police when the case was brought before the court.

Moubayed, who has worked at Flemington Markets, was represented by a Legal Aid lawyer on Monday, but the court heard that he would keep a private lawyer after seeking more advice from his family.

Daniel Hadley was off duty when he was arrested at the Australian Hotel and Brewery in Rouse Hill, northwest Sydney, on the night of Friday, August 3.

The 28-year-old sheriff, who was described Monday as Moubayed's co-defendant, was allegedly caught in possession of 0.79 grams of cocaine, with a street value of about $ 200.

Shortly after, between 8:05 p.m. and at 8:20 p.m., Moubayed was arrested in a nearby vehicle that allegedly contained 7.51 grams of cocaine and a bundle of $ 500 in cash.

He was taken to the Riverstone Police Station, charged and granted conditional bail.

Sheriff Hadley also received bail and was admitted to a mental health clinic.

When Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed was arrested at the Australia Hotel and Brewery in Rouse Hill, she was allegedly in possession of 7.51 grams of cocaine and $ 500 in cash

When Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed was arrested at the Australia Hotel and Brewery in Rouse Hill, she was allegedly in possession of 7.51 grams of cocaine and $ 500 in cash

When Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed was arrested at the Australia Hotel and Brewery in Rouse Hill, she was allegedly in possession of 7.51 grams of cocaine and $ 500 in cash

When Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed was arrested at the Australia Hotel and Brewery in Rouse Hill, she was allegedly in possession of 7.51 grams of cocaine and $ 500 in cash

When Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed was arrested at the Australia Hotel and Brewery in Rouse Hill, she was allegedly in possession of 7.51 grams of cocaine and $ 500 in cash

Radio host Ray Hadley speaks to the media the day after his police son Daniel was arrested for possession of cocaine. "This is going to be a long and slow process for my son," he said.

Radio host Ray Hadley speaks to the media the day after his police son Daniel was arrested for possession of cocaine. "This is going to be a long and slow process for my son," he said.

Radio host Ray Hadley speaks to the media the day after his police son Daniel was arrested for possession of cocaine. "This is going to be a long and slow process for my son," he said.

It has been reported that in recent months she has also had problems with a hernia and a dislocated knee.

The police were reviewing the officer's employment and removed him from operational duties in his work in the northwest metropolitan region.

"Officials of the Professional Standards Command have been investigating allegations that a high-ranking officer had been involved with banned drugs," police said in a statement at the time.

The next day, Father Hadley called a press conference during which, admittedly, he admitted feeling "inadequate" as a father because he did not realize the mental health problems of his son.

"This is going to be a long and slow process for my son, I love him very much," said Hadley.

& # 39; I wish God would come to me before this morning to tell me what I was struggling. & # 39;

Radio giant Ray Hadley says goodbye to his son Daniel, now a police officer, while running to school

Radio giant Ray Hadley says goodbye to his son Daniel, now a police officer, while running to school

Radio giant Ray Hadley says goodbye to his son Daniel, now a police officer, while running to school

The maximum-rated station returned to the airwaves the following Monday to thank the supporters for their support and to attack the trolls of social networks.

"For the few enemies and trolls on social networks, you are being treated with the contempt you deserve," he said.

"My employers gave me the opportunity to have a week off, but I have never hidden from my own deficiencies, of which there are many."

"I'm here today to do what I do best, to go ahead and set the example for my son and my family."

Hadley told his listeners that it would be "totally inappropriate" to make further comments, adding that his son had the right to privacy. He has remained in public silence on the subject since then.

The Moubayed case was suspended until October 3 when it will face the local court of Parramatta. Hadley must face the same court for the first time on Wednesday.

Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed (photo above) will face the court again on October 3

Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed (photo above) will face the court again on October 3

Shaquillie Sione Vaisiqine Laf Moubayed (photo above) will face the court again on October 3

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