Silent Ibrahim son leaves cop shop on bail

Dominica Sanda
John Ibrahim has finally been released from police custody after raising $630,000 required for bail.

The son of nightclub figure John Ibrahim kept mum as he left a Sydney police station three days after he was arrested for allegedly helping to transfer more than $2.25 million to buy smuggled tobacco.

Daniel Ibrahim walked out of Sydney Police Centre in Surry Hills on Friday evening after finally raising the $630,000 required for his bail which was granted on Wednesday.

He was wearing black jeans and a grey t-shirt and was quick to get into a black four-wheel drive waiting for him.

The 26-year-old tripped on a parking barrier before he climbed into the front passenger seat and was driven away with making any comment.

Ibrahim, who also goes by the last name Taylor, is subject to strict bail conditions including that he reside with his mother in Sydney's eastern suburbs and not leave NSW.

He stayed in custody this week after he reportedly could not come up with the $630,000 required for surety.

Taylor has been charged with dealing with money intended as an instrument of crime.

It is alleged he handed over $2.25 million to buy illegal tobacco as part of a deal masterminded by his uncle Michael Ibrahim.

Weeks before his arrest Taylor was posting exotic holiday snaps on social media.

Other members of the Ibrahim family were also arrested in Tuesday's raids, with police alleging they were part of a multimillion-dollar global crime syndicate that imported illegal drugs.

John Ibrahim's model girlfriend, Sarah Budge, is not involved in the drug-smuggling syndicate but has faced court on firearms and ammunition charges and received bail.