The ex-girlfriend of a slain Rebels bikie boss has shared a pregnant selfie on social media, just hours before facing court on driving charges.
Sarah Marie Gerrard, 27, fronted Southport Magistrates Court, on the Gold Coast, on Tuesday morning charged with one count of driving without a licence.
Ms Gerrard dated outlaw bikie Michael ‘Ruthless’ Davey until he was gunned down as he stood in the driveway of his Sydney home about midnight, on March 30, 2016.
But it was the former lingerie model who was in hot water this time as she appeared before a Magistrate – but not before posting an Instagram selfie of her outfit.
Sarah Gerrard (pictured), the ex-girlfriend of slain bikie enforcer Michael ‘Ruthless’ Davey, put this photo on Instagram just hours before fronting a Gold Coast court over a driving charge
Ms Gerrard (right) was dating Davey (left) up until he was gunned down in the driveway of his western Sydney home in March 2016
The former Zoo Weekly cover girl was pulled over by police on Thomas Drive, Surfers Paradise, on March 3, at which time she did not hold a driver’s licence, according to court documents.
She will return to court later this month for sentencing.
Ms Gerrard did not comment on the matter, but on Instagram explained she had not updated her living address and ‘never got the letter’ about her suspension.
According to her social media accounts she is currently six months pregnant.
Ms Gerrard has kept a low profile since joining hundreds of mourners at the funeral of her murdered ex-boyfriend Davey, who was known as ‘The Prince of Penrith’.
That day, dressed in a sleeveless black dress, she watched on as Davey’s white coffin was driven to a Sydney cemetery in the sidecar of a Harley Davidson.
The 27-year-old former bikini model will return to court later this month for sentencing
Davey (pictured) reportedly told Ms Gerrard he was going outside to meet a friend moments before he was gunned down in the execution-style killing
Ms Gerrard holds up a copy of Zoo Weekly magazine where she stars on the front cover
At the time, Ms Gerrard posted a tribute to Davey on Facebook: ‘I can’t believe its been a week since I was told I’d never hear from you or see your face again’.
A father-of-one, Davey was widely regarded as one of the most feared bikies in New South Wales when he was gunned down.
Less than 12 months earlierj, he was believed to have been the target of a shooting at a Penrith shopping centre, but escaped unharmed.
Davey reportedly told his girlfriend he was stepping outside to meet a mate when he was shot dead.
No one has ever been charged over his murder, but it has been reported it may have been an ‘inside job’ by a fellow Rebels member.
Ms Gerrard posted a tribute to Davey in the days after he died, writing: ‘I can’t believe its been a week since I was told I’d never hear from you or see your face again’
Ms Gerrard, who is understood to be six months pregnant, had her licence suspended
Davey was reportedly working towards leaving the MC in the months before he was executed, keen to set a good example for his young son.
Rebels do not take kindly to members leaving, with beatings and fines of thousands of dollars regularly required before their exit is accepted.
Earlier this year the western Sydney home of Davey’s parents was hit in a drive-by shooting, with his younger brother and fellow Rebels member Geoff reportedly the target.