Bikie accused of ‘raping a 12-year-old girl he met at a train station and lured back to his unit’ is a married father-of-two who was ‘kicked out’ of the Nomads outlaw gang a fortnight ago
- A former Nomads OMCG bikie has been charged with raping a 12-year-old girl
- Husa Hasanovic, 27, allegedly met the girl at a south-west Sydney train station
- Police allege he began chatting to the girl there and lured her back to his unit
- Hasanovic has previously stood shoulder-to-shoulder with top Nomads bikies
A former outlaw bikie member charged with raping a 12-year-old girl is a father-of-two and the ex-Sergeant at Arms of the Nomads national division.
Police said Husa Hasanovic, a father-of-two, allegedly sexually assaulted a 12-year-old girl he met on a train on February 14, and took back to his house.
Detectives from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad arrested Hasanovic, 27, this week after a month-long investigation into the alleged assault.
Husa Hasanovic (pictured), 27, was once a leading Nomads OMCG enforcer but is now facing charges of raping a 12-year-old girl at his home in Sydney’s south-west on February 14
Police allege that Hasanovic spoke to the girl at a train station and then again on the train, before he led her to a home at Chester Hill and sexually assaulted her.
‘It will be alleged the male resident was arrested following a violent struggle with Strike Force Raptor, during which two operatives were injured,’ police said in a statement.
Hasanovic was taken to hospital for treatment where he remains under guard.
He was also charged with hindering arrest.
Hasanovic (right) allegedly met the girl at a train station before the pair boarded the carriage together. After departing the train he lured her back to his unit where he allegedly raped her
Hasanovic was once a leading OMCG enforcer, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with other high-ranking members in club photos.
But Daily Mail Australia has been told he was booted from the club just weeks ago.
Before leaving the club, Hasanovic had held senior positions within the OMCG including National Sergeant at Arms.
Hasanovic once stood shoulder-to-shoulder with high ranking members of the Nomads OMCG but is now facing a lengthy stint in prison if convicted
Hasanovic is due to face Liverpool Local Court on March 13.
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