An accused Long Island bank robber flashed wads of cash and went on rants on Facebook — even while police said he was allegedly knocking over banks on Long Island.
In one post on Jan. 17 — just four days after he skipped out on a Nassau County court appearance — Romell Nellis posted a video of a fistful of cash.
“Income tax time….lol$$$$… sike!” he wrote.
On Dec. 30, the same day police say he robbed a bank in Valley Stream, Nellis is seen in another video singing and dancing to music.
A photo posted the same night shows Nellis and an unidentified man drinking Champagne.
“It is what it is,” Nellis, 40, says in one of the longer video posts on Jan. 18.
“Some people call it f–king up, some people call it like he’ll never change. I don’t know, man. I’m just wired different.”
At one point during the clip he’s seen holding a wad of bills.
Police said Nellis is suspected in four bank robberies over the past three months.
Nellis was arrested Jan. 9 and charged with robbing banks in West Hempstead and Valley Stream.
A Nassau County judge briefly had him held but the court was forced to release him under the state’s new bail reform guidelines.
He was re-arrested Sunday and charged with two new heists.