Abdel Ghadia, aka Slimy, is jailed after spending $700,000 in a bank account

A rapper has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for spending over $700,000 in cash that was accidentally deposited into his bank account.

Abdel Ghadia, 24, has pumped himself full of gold bars, clothes, currency and, oddly enough, makeup and is eligible for parole in October 2023.

Abdel Ghadia (pictured) has pleaded guilty to two counts of handling crime property proceeds after almost $760,000 accidentally ended up in his bank account

Abdel Ghadia (pictured) has pleaded guilty to two counts of handling crime property proceeds after almost $760,000 accidentally ended up in his bank account

Abdel Ghadia (pictured) has pleaded guilty to two counts of handling crime property proceeds after almost $760,000 accidentally ended up in his bank account

Abdel Ghadia’s shopping spree

ABC gold bars, Sydney CBD: $598,188 spent over six visits, including 14 gold bars of varying weights

Ainslie Gold Bars, Brisbane: $62,843 for a 500g gold bar and a 10oz bar. It also bought $48,222 worth of KHC gold coins

International money market: $14,490 in foreign exchange.

ATMs throughout Sydney: $13,600 cash withdrawn

Westfield Paramatta: $6,235 for Uniqlo and JD Sports apparel and MECCA makeup.

The wannabe rapper splattered on bullion, clothing, foreign exchange and cosmetics

The wannabe rapper splattered on bullion, clothing, foreign exchange and cosmetics

The wannabe rapper splattered on bullion, clothing, foreign exchange and cosmetics

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Ghadia also did a $6235 shopping spree at Westfield Parramatta, including clothes from Uniqlo (pictured).

Ghadia also did a $6235 shopping spree at Westfield Parramatta, including clothes from Uniqlo (pictured).

Ghadia also did a $6235 shopping spree at Westfield Parramatta, including clothes from Uniqlo (pictured).

According to his social media profiles, Ghadia has released albums and performed in multiple venues.

A 2018 book about independent rappers described Ghadia as a humble young man who had a bright future in music as both an artist and a writer and vowed at the time to continue to support his musical journey.

“He has taken life’s obstacles and placed them in a frame that represents his years growing up in south-west Sydney,” it said.

“Through his catalog of music (sic) people will understand him as a person and what he aspires to.

“Whether he’s in front of the mic or behind the scenes writing for others, he’s going to be great.”

The shopping spree at Westfield Parramatta also included cosmetics from Mecca (pictured)

The shopping spree at Westfield Parramatta also included cosmetics from Mecca (pictured)

The shopping spree at Westfield Parramatta also included cosmetics from Mecca (pictured)

The West Sydney wannabe rapper spent much of the money that accidentally landed in his account on bullion (stock image)

The West Sydney wannabe rapper spent much of the money that accidentally landed in his account on bullion (stock image)

The West Sydney wannabe rapper spent much of the money that accidentally landed in his account on bullion (stock image)

Rapper wannabe Abdel Ghadia has uploaded rap videos to YouTube under the name Slimmy

Rapper wannabe Abdel Ghadia has uploaded rap videos to YouTube under the name Slimmy

Rapper wannabe Abdel Ghadia has uploaded rap videos to YouTube under the name Slimmy

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Brian Ashcraft

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