A senior Rebels bikie who claims he was forced to store tens of thousands of dollars in cash at home because banks kept shutting down his accounts will stand trial — and is also allowed to leave the State to see his family. Karl Labrook, the one-time president of the outlaw motorcycle gang, appeared in Perth Magistrates Court on Tuesday where he pleaded not guilty to possessing $30,000 of unlawfully obtained cash and 11.22g of methamphetamine with intent to sell or supply in Merriwa. The 53-year-old also applied to have his bail conditions changed to allow him to fly to Victoria to see family. His lawyer, Michael Tudori, asked for the condition banning him from leaving WA to be dropped with prosecutors telling the court they did not oppose the application. Labrook, who was in court supported by Tia Martin, the daughter of slain Rebels boss Nick, then entered his not guilty plea to the charges that were laid against him in April. At a previous hearing, the court was told the meth was found “scattered in the carpet” of a car during a search. Mr Tudori also told the court at that hearing that Labrook had possession of the cash because he was unable to hold a bank account as a known bikie. “It’s conceded he’s a member of a motorcycle group and as a result, he’s not able to have a bank account,” Mr Tudori. He said it was not clear why but the Commonwealth Bank, Bendigo Bank and Westpac had over the years advised Labrook that “we are closing your bank account because of who you are”. Mr Tudori said that part of the $30,000 was takings from a restaurant Labrook operated in Osborne Park, with the rest of the cash from the sale of a car. Labrook was granted bail at that hearing on strict conditions that included a $100,000 personal undertaking and $100,000 surety. He is also banned from contacting members of the Rebels. He is next expected to appear in court on those charges in February.