A Ferrari-driving kickboxer jailed for causing the death of an elderly woman in a high-speed crash had his parole revoked because of a series of attempts on his life.
Suleiman "Sam" Abdulrahim is fighting the decision by Victoria's adult parole board to revoke his bail in June, just months after his early release.
Lawyers for the board on Thursday told the Supreme Court Abdulrahim had been the intended target of two shootings and another firearm incident earlier this year.
In March, his neighbour's house was shot up, according to the board.
They also say Abdulrahim's sister was threatened with a gun in May and his cousins' house was shot at a month later.
No one was injured in the incidents.
Barrister Liam Brown told the court Abdulrahim had been the intended target each time and his being out on parole posed a risk to the community.
But Justice Paul Coghlan said he struggled with the decision to put Abdulrahim back behind bars, adding that most people would likely find it unfair.
"This is unusual ... there would be very few cases where the position of the (parole) board is 'we accept he hasn't done anything'," the judge said.
"We've not ordinarily imposed custodial sentences on people for their own good."
Abdulrahim was last year sentenced for causing the death of 88-year-old Muriel Hulett, while speeding through Reservoir in his silver two-door Ferrari Spider in 2015.
He was driving at up to 110 km/h in a 60 zone when he lost control of the high-powered vehicle and crashed into three cars.
Ms Hulett's daughter was also seriously injured in the crash.
Abdulrahim has been a boxer and martial artist since age 15 and fought professionally for a number of years, but his commercial sponsors severed ties after the crash.
He was jailed last July for three years and three months, with a non-parole period of two years, after pleading guilty to a string of charges including culpable driving causing death.
But with 519 days' pre-sentence detention, Abdulrahim was released on parole in March this year.
While on parole, he was reportedly romantically linked with Married At First Sight star Jessika Power.
Abdulrahim's barrister, Jo Swiney, said her client had done nothing but assist the parole board and the decision to put him back in jail was unreasonable.
She compared the move to revoking a female prisoner's parole because she had been threatened by her ex-partner.
Justice Coghlan is expected to hand down his decision on Abdulrahim's parole next Thursday.