The little brother of a jailed gangster boss has flaunted his lavish lifestyle in a now-deleted social media post that featured a man displaying an elaborate ‘Crime Pays’ back tattoo.
Jesse Marrogi, the younger brother of Notorious Crime Family boss George Marrogi, posted a TikTok on an account bearing his name featuring luxurious cars, cash, teeth grills and an apparent disdain for law and order.
The younger Marrogi vanished earlier this year after his older brother was charged with orchestrating the importation of 56kg of methamphetamine and 13kg of heroin while in jail.
Police taps found George was discussing bashings, murder plots and smuggling over the phone with his girlfriend.
The now-deleted Tik Tok shows a back tattoo with ‘CRIME PAYS’ emblazoned across a man’s shoulders over a depiction of Crown Casino
Jesse Marrogi and his girlfriend Sabrine Maghnie – daughter of murdered gangster Nabil Maghnie. Marrogi went missing earlier this year
Jesse’s girlfriend and daughter of slain crime boss Nabil Maghnie, Sabrine Maghnie, at the time left few clues as to Jesse’s whereabouts when the two went missing.
But the TikTok appears to show Jesse is now living it up despite the charges against his brother.
The video featured a tattoo reading ‘CRIME PAYS’ on the top of a man’s back, believed to be that of the heavily inked Marrogi.
Underneath the words are images of Crown Casino, with the gambling giant’s name inked in big lettering, a Rolls Royce car, a police van and bank notes.
The montage also included a man driving a Rolls Royce and shots of two luxury vehicles being driven around, a Lamborghini and a Mercedes.
The TikTok video also featured a man believed to be Jesse displaying silver teeth grills in their mouth (pictured)
The video showcased a love of expensive cars including Rolls Royce, a Lamborghini and a Mercedes
Sabrine Maghnie (pictured) and boyfriend Jesse have both flaunted their lavish lifestyles online
A pimped-out motorcycle, in fashionable gold and black with the NCF gang logo, also makes an appearance in the video sequence.
Sabrine is also known for her love of ink, and has ‘Mad Lebo’ written on her leg to honour her late father, feared gangster Nabil Maghnie.
Nabil was reportedly defending her honour before he was riddled with bullets outside a Victorian home in January 2020.
Nabil Maghnie (pictured), who was shot dead in January 2020, had ‘Mad Lebo’ inked on his stomach as does his daughter Sabrine on her leg
Sabrine Maghnie has one leg covered in tattoos, including one that reads ‘Mad Lebo’ in tribute to her slain gangster father
The same words, ‘Mad Lebo’, had been inked across Nabil’s stomach.
Earlier this week Daily Mail Australia revealed Sabrine faces a stint in jail should she continue to flaunt the law.
She pleaded guilty via videolink in Heidelberg Magistrates’ Court to driving while suspended and failing to stop on police direction.
Sabrine was nabbed behind the wheel near her Bundoora home – 15km northeast of Melbourne – on October 2, 2020 amid claims she was speeding.
Jesse Marrogi’s older brother George Marrogi, 33, was charged by Australian Federal Police with directing the activities of a criminal organisation while in prison
Jesse Marrogi is believed to have left the country after his older brother George was charged with importing 56kg of methamphetamine and 13kg of heroin while in jail
When police hit their lights and sirens, Sabrine took off, continuing to her home and parking in the garage.
When police approached they noted Sabrine’s mum in her pajamas berating her daughter.
‘They’re right here. They’re standing right here Sabrine,’ the Maghnie matriarch told her daughter.
The court heard Sabrine took the family stance on police issues and refused to co-operate with the officers.
Her licence had been suspended just eight days earlier for a year due to speeding 45kmh over the limit.
Magistrate Jennifer Tregent heard the young Maghnie’s driving record took a turn for the worse upon the death of her father.
Just weeks after his death she lost her licence after being caught driving while suspended.