Breaking News US/Australia ll Ex-Hells Angels enforcer cuts ties with 'business partner'


An ex-Hells Angels bikie appears to have shut down his clothing line as he cuts ties with his business partner.Ben ‘Notorious’ Geppert launched BG Premium Apparel with his friend Forrest Gamble in August.The clothing line sold hooded jumpers, caps, t-shirts and shorts for between $40 and $80.However, it seems a spat between the pair hasd the company to go belly up, with Gamble going on an extraordinary rant on Instagram this week taking aim at Geppert and their business, the Courier-Mail reported. ‘You think you can… blame me for your f*** ups just remember the good guys come out on top Mr enforcer,’ he wrote.’Oh wait, sorry, I meant Mr Informer hahaha, you’ve done this to many people and you get away with it because they’re scared of you. ‘I’m going to you how a real man throws down, better call your mates.’He went on to claim he would be deregistering the business but promised to refund anyone who did not receive their orders. Since his outburst, the BG Premium Apparel Facebook page and website have been removed.  Share this article Share Geppert’s fiancé, Allaina Dianna Jones, who goes by Allaina Vader online, reportedly responded to the rant on her Instagram in a post that has since been deleted. In the post she told Gamble he ‘now has enemies’ and that the pair does not want anything to do with him and his clothes.Geppert is a well-known identity in the bikie underworld and regularly posts to Instagram and his more than 11,000 followers.He made headlines in May last year after he was filmed exchanging blows with a bikie rival in front of a Gold Coast KFC.Following the on-camera scuffle, Geppert was given a six-month prison sentence, suspended for three years. Earlier this year, Geppert was confronted by a number of men in a Gold Coast shopping centre and refused to fight them.The men filmed themselves trying to taunt a disinterested Geppert into brawling with them, while hurling abuse.’I’m not going to jail over you,’ Geppert said while walking away.Then in April, Geppert took to Instagram to tell his followers that he was ditching his ‘gangster life’.His younger brother Harrison Geppert, 17, was allegedly stabbed to death in a Varsity Lakes park during a brawl between teenagers on September 4. ● Subcribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOoGVrS3PdTWnB7PVK2RoDw?sub_confirmation=1
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Date: November 7, 2019

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