Inside former Nomads bikie boss Moudi Tajjour’s complicated love life after Bunnings ambush
The former gang leader’s romantic history is rife with ups and downs, including a text-based breakup and a high-profile marriage that lasted only three months.
While the infamous past of former bikie boss Mouhamed ‘Moudi’ Tajjour has been well-documented, his disastrous love life has made plenty of headlines as well over the years.
Tajjour left the Nomads motorcycle club in 2018, despite the fact that his brother Sleiman is the current national president and that his cousin is the Kings Cross identity John Ibhraim.
He embarked on a new career as a social media influencer, and has since proclaimed himself as the “king” of TikTok and “Auz most wanted comedian”.
Despite the career change, his personal life has been pulled back into the spotlight after he was set upon outside a Gold Coast Bunnings and attacked by four men.
Brief marriage to Salim Mehajer’s sister
Tajjour’s relationship with Sanaa Mehajer, which lasted from 2017 to early 2018, was one of his most contentious.
Ms. Mehajer is the youngest sister of Salim Mehajer, a disgraced developer and controversial ex-deputy mayor of Western Sydney’s Auburn City Council.
He lied under oath to advance his business interests and is currently serving a two-year-and-three-month sentence at Cooma Correctional Centre.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Ms Mehajer said they were the “very best of friends” after meeting at her sister’s wedding. In November 2017, Tajjour announced their engagement and they got married a month later.
“I was on cloud nine and then we decided to get married,” she said.
While the pair got married on Boxing Day in 2017, she said things began to sour during their honeymoon.
She states that she has witnessed a “change in his behavior” and that he has been calling her offensive names.
Her departure from Koh Samui, Thailand, and return to Sydney derailed the couple’s planned trip through Asia.
Fights were followed by apologies and then more fighting broke out. It was just up and down like a yoyo and it started to get emotionally draining, as you can imagine,” she said.
The breakup was so nasty that the police were called in.
Jessica Foster was textually dumped.
Tajjour’s notorious past and media presence would interfere with another relationship, despite his public departure from the Nomads in 2018.
In May 2019, the reformed bikie was involved with Instagram model and law student Jessica Foster.
Despite claims he’s rejected 50,000 women, a quickly-deleted Instagram post revealed the Melbourne woman ended their relationship via a text message after they were photographed on a holiday to Hamilton Island.
Just days before, Tajjour had declared he would be unfollowing all of the women on his Instagram profile “out of respect” for Ms Foster.
According to the Instagram post, it read: “Hey Moudi, thanks for everything. I know your (sic) not a kid and hopefully you will understand where I’m coming from. Not seeking the limelight is a priority for me; I’d rather focus on my education, career, and family. It freaked me out seeing myself in articles.”
His caption implied that tabloids like The Daily Mail and The Telegraph were to blame for the demise of his relationship.
‘Thanks to media I will never ever post about any misses I ever date in the future,’ he wrote.
As in, “Like seriously why did u guy (sic) need to write bout it. Was a simple short vacation away with a special woman I care about and wanted to be with but you guys ruined it. \s“ Okay, I got dumped, but at least I can empathize with the half-million people I’ve fired.
‘I need to find a wife’
Tajjour announced his new approach to dating a month after his breakup with Ms. Foster.
The ex-biker revealed in an Instagram post that by the time he was 35, he had been through about 14 relationships and that he was not the “luckiest man” in love.
In an open letter to his online followers, he explained that he was abandoning his “search for best looking women” in favor of “searching for best hearted women.”
It’s not enough to be physically attracted to a man anymore; he said; I have to be rational and choose someone I genuinely get along with.
“I do sometimes worry ‘bout who’s gonna take care me wen (sic) I am old and wrinkly lmao. He wrote on Instagram, “I’m not joking, I’ve been serious I need to find a wife.
Tajjour welcomes son with Ashleigh Gudgeon
Tajjour’s last known public relationship was with Ashleigh Gudgeon; it is unclear if he is currently dating anyone.
The pair met in 2020, with Ms Gudgeon working as a manager at a cafe owned by Tajjour.
Although they are no longer together, Gabriel was born to them in 2021.
Appearing as a doting father, Tajjour shares snippets of Gabriel on Instagram.
In April of that year, he penned, “My heart my soul in one little men… my son is only soul competes my heart.” “You won’t know meaning off (sic) love to u (sic) hold ur child.”
A picture of Gabriel in a life vest, taken while he was out on the water, was included in another of his posts. He wrote “My prince enjoying himself on the boat” and included the hashtag “single dads” in the photo’s caption.
This year, Tajjour reflected on becoming a father and told The Daily Telegraph he had no plans to have his son follow in his footsteps and join a gang.
If my son ever joined a gang, I would kill him. Do you get it? He vowed, “My son will never turn out to be a criminal.
My son is my inspiration, so I don’t want to set a good example by being strong in front of him.
My kid will be seeing a weakling. If I’m out walking with my son and someone gets clever, I’ll just ignore them. My child will be protected from street knowledge.