Colourful identity sues John Ibrahim over 'hitman claims' in his book [Video]

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EXCLUSIVE: Colourful Sydney identity and garbage collector Tom Domican SUES King of the Cross John Ibrahim for "portraying him as a hitman and drug dealer" - and wants his best-selling book pulpedJohn Ibrahim"s memoir Last King of the Cross was published on July 25 last yearFormer garbo Tom...

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EXCLUSIVE: Colourful Sydney identity and garbage collector Tom Domican SUES King of the Cross John Ibrahim for ‘portraying him as a hitman and drug dealer’ – and wants his best-selling book pulped

  • John Ibrahim’s memoir Last King of the Cross was published on July 25 last year
  • Former garbo Tom Domican objects to Ibrahim’s portrayal of …

Sydney identity Tom Domican is suing nightclub boss John Ibrahim over his portrayal in Ibrahim's book Last King of the Cross. Domican launched his legal action late last week

John Ibrahim, pictured with a copy of his book Last King of the Cross, is writing another memoir. Ibrahim donated the advance for his first book to charities including Wayside Chapel

First-time author John Ibraham, pictured with girlfriend Sarah Budge, has been long-listed for a prestigious Australian Crime Writers Association's award for his book Last King of the Cross

Tony Abbott once described Domican as a standover man while he was federal workplace relations minister. Domican challenged Abbott to a boxing match to raise money for charity

John Ibrahim (pictured) was approached by disgraced detective Roger Rogerson while Ibrahim was taking over Kings Cross. Rogerson warned Ibrahim that rivals were out to get him

Former Sydney garbo Tom Domican, pictured in 1986, says he is sick of being portrayed as an underworld figure. He was charged with and acquitted of a string of crimes in the 1980s

John Ibrahim wrote in his book that former detective Roger Rogerson (pictured) contacted him in the late 1990s warning rivals were unhappy about Ibrahim running protection in Kings Cross

Graham 'Abo' Henry was a major player in the Sydney gang wars of the 1980s
Arthur 'Neddy' Smith was a major player in the Sydney gang wars of the 1980s

Graham 'Abo' Henry (pictured left with Neddy Smith)  wrote about Domican: 'Everyone involved in major crime gangs in Sydney knew each other.  But nobody knew Domican... '

Nightclub baron John Ibrahim pictured at his Dover Heights home with a copy of his book