Charlie Teo’s Daughter In Court Over Bikie Boss Crash
The daughter of polarising neurosurgeon Charlie Teo has appeared in a Sydney court, charged over a head-on crash that seriously injured a former bikie boss.
Nicola Teo did not enter a plea in Windsor Local Court, where she faced four charges over the September crash near Wiseman’s Ferry which left Jock Ross, the founder of the Comanchero bikie gang in Australia fighting for his life.
Ms Teo was supported by her sister and had both a solicitor and barrister representing her for the brief mention of her case.
Her four-wheel drive was seen on security video on the wrong side of the road, shortly before she allegedly crashed the vehicle into Jock Ross’ motorbike on Settlers Rd, Lower Macdonald on September 25.
Ross, 76, was airlifted to hospital in a critical condition with lower leg and internal injuries. The hospital later described his condition as serious.
Ms Teo’s barrister Nicholas Baltinos asked for her case to be adjourned for eight weeks while prosecutors prepare the brief of evidence against her.
He also successfully requested one of her bail conditions be changed.
Ms Teo is facing charges of dangerous and negligent driving causing grievous bodily harm, not keep left of dividing line, and not give particulars to police.
She refused to answer questions as she left court.
The case will be mentioned again on December 12.