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EYEBROWS arched, white teeth flashing, John Housain Ibrahim drapes one arm over the co-owner of the Trademark Hotel, Mimmo Salvato, the other over the actor Nick Giannopoulos.
Standing in the middle of the Trademark's Piano Room as an A-list crowd - topped by the rent-a-celebrity Paris Hilton - swirls around him during New Year's Eve celebrations, Ibrahim looks like the king of the world.
After 21 years of wheeling and dealing he is at the top of his game, and he knows it. The Kings Cross nightclub entrepreneur concedes hundreds of intelligence reports have been written about him by NSW and federal police, and the NSW and Australian crime commissions. Described by some as "Teflon" John, to others he has a much simpler sobriquet: King of the Cross.An important witness in the Wood royal commission in the 1990s, Ibrahim, 38, has crossed paths with some of the biggest names in NSW organised crime.But his role in Sydney's red- light district is clouded by story and counter-story.He is a nightclub promoter who works with about 17 clubs in Kings Cross and Darlinghurst, and owns multimillion-dollar homes in Sydney's east.He declined to be interviewed for this story but one of his lawyers, Stephen Alexander, outlined Ibrahim's version of the "John Ibrahim myth"."John always says, 'Either I'm the smartest criminal out there, or I just run a legitimate business and people want to fantasise'," Alexander said.