By Josh Hanrahan For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 03:56 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 04:22 BST, 7 September 2020
The glamorous wife of a heavily-tattooed alleged bikie has admitted to buying a Play Station 4 and shoes with fake cash during a massive $1300 shopping spree.
Kayla Tianne Attie, 23, was out late-night shopping with two of friends in August last year when she used counterfeit cash at both EB Games and Footlocker.
CCTV from inside Westfield Eastgardens, in Sydney's south-east, captured footage of the trio - including Attie who was described as blonde and with lip fillers - carrying a number of bags out of the store about 9.30pm, having shopped for some two hours.
But after the money was found to be counterfeit, NSW Police's anti-bikie Strike Force Raptor knocked on the door of the home Attie shares with her husband and alleged Finks OMCG member Sarmad Mekhail.
The couple held hands inside the Downing Centre Local Court on Monday as Attie's lawyer Michael Moussa entered guilty pleas to one count of dishonestly obtaining property.
Kayla Tianne Attie (pictured with husband Sarmad Mekhail), 23, has admitted to using a bunch of fake cash to buy a Play Station 4 and shoes at Westfield Eastgardens in Sydney's south-east
The wife (pictured) of alleged Finks bikie gang member Mekhail allegedly spent a total $1300 at EB Games and Footlocker during a late-night shopping spree with friends last August
Attie was initially faced with five offences relating to the dodgy shopping spree, but police prosecutors did a plea deal with Mr Moussa to drop four of those charges.
Court documents told how Attie and her two friends walked around the Eastgardens shopping centre with bundles of $100 notes in their