Former bikie enforcer Toby Mitchell fears enemies behind bars, court told

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The County Court has heard a former enforcer with the Bandidos motorcycle gang, Toby Mitchell, fears a prison term over a nightclub brawl because he has rivals in prison.

Mitchell is one of three men to plead guilty over a brawl at a Melbourne nightclub.

In 2010, Mitchell and two friends were involved in a fight at the Centrefold bar on King Street in Melbourne's CBD.

Mitchell was a sergeant-at-arms with the Bandidos bikie gang at the time of the incident.

CCTV footage played in Country Court showed Mitchell throwing bar stools and fighting with a staff member.

His lawyer has argued it was spontaneous and more of a blue than a brawl.

The court heard Mitchell was nearly killed in a shooting a year later and was shot at again last year.

The hearing continues.



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