A former senior bikie who claims to have become a sex worker is behind bars after being charged with drug trafficking and a string of other offences.
Police say they stopped Alexander Victor Miller in Phillip shortly before 11am on Tuesday after spotting him driving while disqualified.
Officers allegedly uncovered drugs, a knife and cash when they searched the 30-year-old's car.
As a result, Miller was charged with drug trafficking, possessing a prohibited substance, possessing property suspected to be the proceeds of crime, possessing a knife in a public place, possessing a drug of dependence and driving while disqualified.
He appeared briefly in the ACT Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning and did not enter pleas or apply for bail.
No further details of the alleged offences were given and Magistrate Glenn Theakston remanded Miller in custody at the Alexander Maconochie Centre.
The courts have previously heard Miller was a member of the Canberra chapters of the Comanchero and Nomads outlaw motorcycle gangs, serving until recently as the latter's sergeant-at-arms.
Earlier this year, he claimed in court to have turned to life as a sex worker in order to fund a "debilitating" drug addiction.
He is due back in court next month.