Bikies not tenants: ‘Bomber’
AFL legend Mark “Bomber” Thompson has turned the police drug-trafficking investigation on its head with a shock revelation surrounding his relationship with the men living in his home.
Two men with reported links to outlaw motorcycle gangs in Victoria have been charged with drug trafficking as part of the same ongoing investigation which resulted in Mr Thompson’s Port Melbourne property being raided by police on Friday, January 5.
Police allegedly found drugs inside the house when they executed a warrant to search the 54-year-old’s renovated warehouse.
Police quizzed Mr Thompson on Tuesday about his relationship with Thomas Windsor, who allegedly has links to the Rebels bikie gang and was living at his Port Melbourne property.
Mr Thompson, who was released without charge, has strongly denied involvement in any criminal activity.
Mr Windsor, 28, was charged with drug trafficking.
Karl Holt, who allegedly has links to the Bandidos bikie gang, also was charged with drug trafficking.
Mr Thompson said Mr Holt had moved in only recently, but said it was not a standard tenancy arrangement.
“They just moved in, you just can’t get rid of them,” he said.