Who Is Gary Fahey On SAS Australia? Everything To Know About The Ex-AFP

Fallen cop Gary Fahey, who is set to compete in the new season of SAS Australia, lost his son to a rare genetic illness just over a week ago. 

Gary Fahey is a fallen cop who served as the head of security of former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd before falling from grace.

He served in the Federal Police for eighteen and a half years but his gambling addiction cost him his job and his entire career.

He served community service for fraud in the past. Currently, he runs a gym and he helps people in his community struggling with mental health.

He is participating in the latest edition of SAS Australia, a reality series that will see regular Australians fight for selection.

He is one of 14 contestants competing in the series which will premier on October 18.

AFP: Who Is Gary Fahey Son?

Gary Fahey, one of the most controversial contestants on SAS Australia, disclosed the loss of his son roughly weeks ago in the promo clip of the reality show.

In the mentioned clip, he said he lost his family and everything he had due to his gambling addiction.

He informed his son of his decision of joining the show before his death and made a promise that he won’t quit, as per The New Herald Times.

He said he made the promise to make his son proud. Courier Mail reported his son died of a rare genetic illness.

Although he is not the biological father of his son, he loved and considered him as his own family.

His son’s name is unknown at the time of publication.

Gary Fahey Partner & Family- Who Is He Married To?

Gary Fahey is reportedly in a>Courier Mail, the couple has been together for four years.

He accepted his partner’s children as his own family. He currently resides in Queensland with his family.

How Old Is Gary Fahey? Age Explored

Gary Fahey’s age is 44 years old.

He was born sometime in the year 1977 in Australia and holds Australian nationality.

Everything To Know About Gary Fahey Addiction Story

Gary Fahey went through the worst phase of gambling addiction when he had a stable job and a shining career ahead in the police department.

He lost thousands of dollars in taxpayer money. At one point, he also lost around $1.7 million in gambling out of which $45,000 was the taxpayer money he took from an AFP-issued credit card.

He was eventually arrested and charged with 64 charges of fraud. However, he only pled guilty to one charge and was sentenced to eight months of community service.

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