“Lucky Lance” Simon, from one of his ridiculous YouTube videos faking a police stake-out of lawyer Serene Teffaha.


VICTORIAN lawyer and advocate Serene Teffaha would like Victoria Police to demonstrate some integrity and pull the plug on the antics of “Lucky Lance” Simon, the former meth head and convicted drug dealer married to Melbourne gangland lawyer Zarah Garde-Wilson. Lucky Lance has been stalking and defaming Ms Teffaha – all recorded on his own YouTube channel, with Victoria Police vehicles used as props.

This character’s sleazy behaviour is running in parallel with outrageous actions by the Victorian Legal Services Board against Ms Teffaha, and has promped her supporters to rally in her support this Saturday, May 22nd.

Ms Garde-Wilson should be having some serious chats with her hubby about his silly, law-flouting conduct, because it could get him into more trouble with the law down the track. Senior Victorian police should also be having some serious chats with the members of the force about how police vehicles appear in some of Lance’s videos. We wouldn’t want to think police were complicit in a campaign of stalking and defamation involving a former meth head and drug dealer.

“Lucky Lance” Simon should not be throwing stones from his glass house. He was on a meth binge on the day he allegedly stabbed hospitality worker Paul Thornell, 38, to death on December 5, 2011. In 2013 he was found not guilty of murder and lesser related charges. The victim’s father told the court he saw Simon holding a large knife before he demanded money, ransacked the kitchen, stole a wallet and a phone and ran away.

Four years earlier in 2007 Simon was convicted of trafficking meth and possession of steroids. He avoided jail after a judge heard he was a full-time dad to his new baby and ordered him to do 175 hours of community service. While on bail for those charges he spray-painted nine Versace handbags worth almost $30,000 at a Crown Casino store in Melbourne in a dispute over his Versace suit.

Curiously, in July last year, Lucky Lance gained media notoriety by going online and “spreading conspiracy theories” about the COVID-19 pandemic. But now that he’s chasing a lawyer fighting the establishment over COVID-based state crimes, his criminal past apparently doesn’t matter. In January the Sydney Morning Herald painted him as a “anti-scamming activist” hunting down those who profit from the anti-pandemic narratives.

That this man is now harassing a lawyer, apparently with police co-operation, is testament the crisis of government in the corrupted state of Victoria, until recently run by “Dictator Dan” Andrews, who has disappeared from public view in strange circumstances after “slipping and falling and seriously injuring himself”.

The Victorian Legal Services Board has suspended Ms Teffaha’s legal licence over her public allegations of corruption and pedophilia in the judiciary. She is not the only person to raise those issues and if the legal profession had some integrity, they would investigate the matters and deal with them – like churches did. She also accuses several leading figures in the VLSB of criminally defaming her by implying she is fraudulent and involved in misappropriation of trust money for personal gain.

The VLSB has somehow given itself the power to seize Ms Teffaha’s AdvocateMe trust account and personal donations accounts and the Commonwealth Bank is going along with this outrage. Ms Teffaha is not accused of any crimes nor has been subject to client complaints.

“They’ve gone into another stage,” she told Cairns News. “This guy out there (“Lucky Lance”) has been escalating the whole thing. He staged a police stand-off saying ‘the cops want to talk with you’,” she said.

She made a complaint to Victoria Police about Simon, whose YouTube channel has 308 followers, where he has recently posted the videos with police vehicles in close proximity and making false and defamatory accusations against the lawyer. Police have not yet brought him in.

In one episode Lucky Lance appears “first on the scene” in front of a police SUV he claimed was blocking off a street while police attempted to get Ms Teffaha to come out of her house. The lunatic states: “Serene, I know you watch my content. Please Serene it’s gone too far, enough’s enough. Just come out, you won’t be hurt. They just want to ask you about the misappropriated funds. They want to know where the money is. They want to get the money back.”  (false and defamatory statement)

In another episode he stands out the front of Ms Teffaha’s house, calling it the site of a criminal enterprise. In another episode he offers $30,000 cash for information on Ms Teffaha. Just to show how he “means business” he holds up several big wads of cash in his hand. It’s asinine, embarrassing behaviour and his lawyer wife should be reining him in.

Ms Teffaha has upset the Victorian establishment by running two class actions against the clearly unlawful government actions to imprison people in their homes, shut down businesses, force mask wearing and other outrages around the so-called pandemic – in reality a flu epidemic involving a genetically modified virus that can be stopped with common drugs like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine and supplements like zinc and vitamin D.

“Lance Simon has been given a platform to escalate his violence towards me due to the platform provided to him by the Sydney Morning Herald, by the Victorian Legal Services Board, by the conduct of Jacob Uljans of Hall and Wilcox and the representation by Nicole Papaleo and Landers for VLSB at the hearing,” Ms Teffaha stated on her Telegram channel Advocate Me Updates.