At Mick Gatto’s charity gala, Charlie Teo was warmly welcomed as a hero

At Mick Gatto’s charity gala, Charlie Teo was warmly welcomed as a hero

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  • At Mick Gatto’s charity gala, Charlie Teo was warmly welcomed as a hero.
  • After his eight-day disciplinary hearing wound up last week, embattled neurosurgeon Charlie Teo was crying poor, telling The Daily Telegraph he’d been hounded out of Sydney, and reduced to driving Ubers to make ends meet.
  • On Saturday night, hours after that sob story splashed across the tabloid’s front page, Teo showed up at a glitzy gala for underworld figure Mick Gatto’s charity Equal Access for Autism after making a $10,000 donation.
At Mick Gatto's charity gala, Charlie Teo was warmly welcomed as a hero

At Mick Gatto’s charity gala, Charlie Teo was warmly welcomed as a hero

Following the conclusion of his eight-day disciplinary hearing last week, Charlie Teo, who is currently facing a lot of difficulties, claimed he had been forced to leave Sydney and was struggling to make ends meet, resorting to driving for Uber. He expressed his financial distress to The Daily Telegraph.

Following the publication of his financial struggles in a tabloid, Charlie Teo attended a glamorous gala for Mick Gatto’s charity, Equal Access for Autism, on Saturday night in Melbourne’s Hyatt place. Despite not receiving any support from Australian or New Zealand-based neurosurgeons during his recent inquiry, Teo was treated with great respect at the event, where various minor celebrities and underworld identities were present.

Mick Gatto, who is one of Teo’s loyal supporters, gave him a special mention during his speech, and Teo made a $10,000 donation to the charity. Many people, including Russell Manser, Toby Mitchell, Vince Colosimo, and Tayla Harris, were eager to meet and chat with Teo, who stood out with his flamboyant purple scarf.

The night featured a three-course menu by MasterChef’s George Calombaris, entertainment by singer Kate Ceberano and comedy troupe Sooshi Mango, and a silent auction that showcased staggering wealth, including a lunch with former Aussie rules players Ben Cousins, Sam Newman, and Michael Gardiner.

The event was quite an extravaganza, and MC Richard Wilkins commented, “Holy hell, that could be more than a lunch.” It’s heartening to see Teo enjoying his time in the company of such wonderful people.

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