Brandon Fabris bailed after knifing ex-Mongols bikie Kimura Davidson at Northbridge's Millennium karaoke bar

Brandon Fabris bailed after knifing ex-Mongols bikie Kimura Davidson at Northbridge’s Millennium karaoke bar

A man accused of slashing an ex-Mongol bikie’s face and neck during a violent fight at a Northbridge karaoke bar has denied he rang the venue from jail to get them to delete CCTV footage of the attack.

Brandon Fabris, who was granted bail in court on Friday just over 24 hours after the bloody attack, also claims he had no idea of ​​his alleged victim Kimura Davidson, 29, had former ties to an outlaw motorcycle gang.

His lawyer Roisin Keating told Perth Magistrate’s Court the 12cm cut her client is alleged to have inflicted on Mr Davidson was not as serious as it appeared, despite it required surgery, and suggested the charge of grievous bodily harm police had laid in the hours after Thursday’s attack would likely be downgraded.

“It’s not how the injury looks it’s what the injury actually is,” she said on Friday, adding that her client was in no way connected to the alleged victim and hadn’t even known Mr Davidson’s name until seeing it on the charge sheet that good morning.

After opposing bail, police prosecution said investigators did not believe the incident was linked to outlaw motorcycle gang activity.

Camera IconA man accused of slashing an ex-Mongol bikie’s face and neck during a violent fight at a Northbridge karaoke bar has denied he rang the venue from jail to get them to delete CCTV footage of the attack. Credit: Michael Wilson/supplied

The revelation came after responding officers were seen securing a bundle of $50 and $100 notes to have been found near where the bloody attack unfolded at Millennium.

Photos taken of the crime scene show forensic officers scouring the area around Francis Street, focusing their interest on a restaurant, two karaoke clubs and a side alley.

The court was told the violent attack happened about 2.45am on Thursday, when multiple men, amongst whom was Mr Davidson, approached Mr Fabris at Millennium’s bar.

It was alleged that what started as a verbal argument between the group quickly escalated when a man not identified in court threw a punch.

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