Actor Amit Tandon's wife Ruby still in Dubai jail, bail plea rejected

Actor AmitTandon’s estranged wife Ruby Tandon is still in a jail in Dubai. Her bail plea was rejected. The actor flown to Dubai for the hearing of the bail plea over the weekend but it was rejected.  

Ruby, who is a dermatologist by profession, has been behind the bars in Al Raffa Jail for nearly a month. Adding woes to their pain is their troubled relationship. Amit Tandon and his wife Ruby’s marriage have hit the rough patch.

But now the crucial question is what wrong has been done by Ruby.

Certain DHA (Dubai Health Authority) officials have alleged that Ruby has threatened a few government officials. Reveals the source, "Ruby has been behind bars since nearly a month."

Ruby’s bail was also rejected once.

Ruby has a clinic at Andheri and Santacruz in Mumbai and many TV and Bollywood stars were are clients, Mouni Roy, Sanjeeda Sheikh, Iqbal Khan, Lucky Morani, Rohit Varma, Vikram Bhatt, producer Suhana Sinha to name a few.

Though there remains no good feeling between them, Amit is leaving no stone unturned to get her free and bring his wife back to India.

Says the source, "Amit and Ruby have had problems in their marriage of late, but Amit is a very honest and nice guy who will never walk away from a woman who is in a tight spot. And Ruby today is in one."

Married for the past 10 years, Amit and Ruby have a 7-year old daughter Jiyana. Recently, Amit had revealed that he has filed for divorce from his wife.

When asked, Amit said, "I am very saddened by the developments that such a hardworking and caring woman who did her best to treat the rich, poor, and disabled to the best of her abilities and genuinely make a positive change has been put through this.

Some very influential people or competitors who could not stand to see her succeed, as Dr. Ruby had begun treatments on not only Bollywood but even Hollywood celebrities, levied false accusations against her due to which the poor girl has been held in remand for almost a month. I always want to believe in the due process of law, but sadly this time Ruby is at the recieving end of it.  We still hold faith that the judicial authorities will realize that she is 100 per cent innocent and let her come back to her work and most importantly to her daughter who misses her every day."