With friends like these… Teenage daughter of slain underworld kingpin Carl Williams travels to Sydney for girls’ trip – and stays at the house of a 34-year-old Nomads bikie leader
- Dhakota Williams pictured with female friend at Moudi Tajjour’s plush apartment
- Videos posted to Instagram showed her and friend relaxing inside luxury pad
- Tajjour understood to be the Nomad’s new president for the whole country
- Williams was only nine-years-old when father was bashed to death in prison
The glamorous teenage daughter of slain underworld figure Carl Williams has made the journey to Sydney for a girls’ trip – while staying at the house of Nomads bikie leader Moudi Tajjour.
Dhakota Williams, 17, was pictured with a female friend at Tajjour’s flashy new apartment overlooking Sydney Harbour during the Australia Day weekend.
While Dhakota is the much-publicised daughter of the Melbourne gangland figure who was bashed to death in 2010 by a fellow prisoner, Tajjour is understood to be the Nomads OMCG’s new national president.
The glamorous teenage daughter (right) of slain underworld figure Carl Williams has made the journey to Sydney for a girls’ trip with a friend (left) – while staying at the house of Nomads bikie leader Moudi Tajjour
A series of videos uploaded by Williams to Instagram showed her and two of her friends relaxing in Tajjour’s plush apartment.
In one, Williams can be seen laughing in the background as Tajjour jokes with someone on the phone.
The girls all live in Melbourne, where Dhakota’s father once fought in a bloody gangland war that claimed the lives of 36 criminals at the turn of the century.
Her father was killed by the prisoner when she was only nine years old.
The fellow convict was armed with a steel pipe from an exercise bike while he served time for conspiracy to murder.
Two videos uploaded by Williams to Instagram showed her and her friend relaxing in Tajjour’s plush apartment (pictured leaving a Sydney court in 2018)
Williams’ (pictured) Instagram account has nearly landed her in trouble in the past.
Williams’ Instagram account has nearly landed her in trouble in the past.
She posted a photo of herself in one of Crown Casino’s high-roller’s room, and geo-tagged it as inside Crown Casino’s Mahogany Room.
As with all of the gaming areas in Crown, anyone inside has to be over 18 years old.
Several days after Dhakota posted the picture Crown referred the matter to the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation, as well as Victoria Police.
After a full investigation, both Dhakota and Crown were cleared of any fines.
Tajjour, meanwhile, rose to prominence after a marriage to Salim Mehajer’s sister Sanaa and told Daily Mail Australia in a statement through his lawyer in November he had decided to take over the national presidency.
‘Having been out of the club for 12 months I felt it was time to rejoin my mates,’ he said in the statement.
Carl Williams was murdered in 2010, when he was bashed in prison with an exercise bike (pictured with his daughter)