Notorious Broadbeach brawl bikie is again behind bars for promoting ice and GHB – after serving years in jail for attacking his ex and smashing her toes with a vodka bottle
- Jason ‘JT’ Trouchet gained media consideration for his position within the 2013 bikie melee
- Extradited from NSW after serving a jail sentence to face prices in Qld
- Trouchet pleaded responsible to the fees in Southport District Courtroom
- Choose Nicole Kefford sentenced him to 12 months in jail for the drug offences
A bikie who was a central determine within the infamous Broadbeach bikie brawl in 2013 has been sentenced to 12 months jail for drug offences.
Jason ‘JT’ Trouchet pleaded responsible in Southport District Courtroom to 11 counts of supplying methamphetamine and GHB and one depend of unlawfully possessing an unlawful substance.
The previous behaviour of the previous Finks bikie member was one of many causes the previous authorities led by Campbell Newman launched a number of the hardest outlaw motorbike gang legal guidelines anyplace on the planet in 2013.
Trouchet on the Brisbane Magistrates Courtroom in 2019 in relation to a cost of fraud
Trouchet had been extradited from NSW in 2019 to face the fees. He was arrested and returned to Queensland shortly after he had served three-and-a-half years in a NSW jail for violently assaulting his ex-partner in Sydney in 2016.
The home violence incident included the revelation that Trouchet broke his former companion’s toes with a vodka bottle.
The Queensland prices dated again to police Operation Lima Versatile, carried out in April 2014, which uncovered business trafficking of methylamphetamine on the Gold Coast.
Trouchet got here to public prominence when was he concerned in a wild brawl exterior the Aura Lounge Bar in Broadbeach in September 2013. The melee earlier than households and eating patrons erupted after rival gang member Jacques Teamo arrived on the bar to confront Trouchet.
Trouchet was subsequently fined $1,000 for the incident.
Trouchet’s sentence in NSW was served for choking and assault occasioning bodily hurt
Whereas Trouchet had no prison file in relation drug offences, Crown prosecutor Matthew Hynes advised the courtroom he had been concerned in supplying unknown portions of methamphetamine and GHB to eight individuals on 11 events in a 12-month interval.
After his launch from custody following the Broadbeach brawl in 2013, Trouchet had denied to ready media that he was a member of the Finks.
‘It is as clear as day I am not a member of any motorbike membership, nor ever have been.’
Trouchet leaves the Southport Watchhouse in 2013 after the notorious Broadbeach brawl