Bodybuilder Yakiboy released from two months in prison because his ‘Lamborghini’ body looks shrunken
Bodybuilding Instagram star Yakiboy is released from prison after appearing in court with his self-proclaimed “Lamborghini” physique looking shriveled after two months behind bars.
The NSW Supreme Court heard Hossein Balapour, who has been in jail since his arrest over a wild street brawl, has been provoked by people calling him ‘a dog’, a ‘traitor’ and muttering at him in Coles.
But a judge gave the Versace-loving gym junkie a stern warning not to “get out of hand” and suggested his previous allegedly violent behavior may have been fueled by steroid use.
Noting that Balapour had already been convicted of possession of a prescription substance, Judge Richard Weinstein SC said, “There was probably steroid use somewhere.”
Judge Weinstein said he wanted “significant abstention conditions” for Balapour.
During a lengthy bail application that saw Balapour emerge via AVL from Parklea Maximum Correctional Center, the 29-year-old appeared to have lost the state of a defined muscleman who made money on Instagram and OnlyFans.
Under cross-examination, Balapour’s wife testified that her Iranian refugee husband had been abused online and in person.
Boydbuilder Hossein ‘Yakiboy’ Balapour lost some fitness during his two months behind bars due to his defined muscleman appearance (above), but was released from prison on strict terms
Balapour also has a new job, working for the Fitness Plus gym at the Crows Nest, along with his other pursuits as an Instagram influencer and Only Fans
She said it included abuse from “extremely hostile” Iranian Australians who do not share Balapour’s support for the freedom movement in Iran.
“He gets a lot of attention all the time,” Ms. Balapour said. “People say bad things to themselves.”
Ms Balapour said her husband had been called a “traitor” by Iranians in Farsi, “a dog” in a Persian restaurant and people grumbled at him “in the hallway” in Coles in the downtown Sydney suburb of Waterloo.
She said that before he went to jail, Balapour made enough money showing his body online to pay rent and support her family on top of their shift work.
But she couldn’t say exactly how much he would make each month if he returns to OnlyFans after his release from prison.
His attorney, Rebekah Rodger, said OnlyFans would only complement the only job he was offered upon his release.
Balapour will be confined to his central Sydney apartment (above) except for family doctor visits, legal advice and attending work while awaiting hearings on his charges
Balapour was hired by Plus Fitness at Crows Nest as a sales representative and is reported to be providing face-to-face training sessions for clients while incarcerated on three alleged offences
Balapour was hired by Plus Fitness as a sales representative for one of their gyms. He is expected to conduct face-to-face training sessions for clients while he is in custody on three alleged offences.
Despite prosecutor objections that Balapou could gather with men at the gym and lose his temper, Judge Weinstein said, “He is who he is, his place of work will probably be a gym.
“I’m really concerned if the allegations are true, there is a significant issue of violence and temper, and accepting that he is being abused by rival Iranian groups for his political views and others, he has to deal with it without a flogging off.” .
“I’m concerned about the risk of[Balapour]being alone with other people in the community and getting into violent confrontations.
“So (I’m putting) some very mandatory bail conditions to mitigate the risk.”
Balapour was out on bail for two previous alleged incidents in January, when he “allegedly punched (a man) and then used an unknown weapon and hit him with great force, hitting him in the left thigh and upper left arm,” Judge Weinstein said.
The incident was filmed by his wife on her phone, we understand.
The two previous incidents included an alleged assault last August in which he was charged with assault, stalking and intimidation, and possession of goods taken into custody.
Judge Weinstein said Balapour was at a Persian restaurant on his birthday when he got “angry” at a man waiting to pick up takeout and allegedly slapped him in the face, with police later allegedly paying $31,000 in Balapours found custody.
In October last year, Balapour reportedly punched a man with his closed fist at a festival at the Sydney Exhibition Grounds.
The court heard that all matters there would be heard at the local court level later that year.
Judge Weinstein imposed house conditions on Balapour, except for family doctor visits, legal counsel, and participation in work.
He warned Balapour of “very serious consequences” if he breached the terms, to which the manager replied: “Sure, thanks”.
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