SC to hear super model's estranged husband's plea

 Even though his status as a person of Indian origin (PIO) has been withdrawn on August 10 and he has been asked to leave the country in 72 hours, Sterry went into hiding to evade an arrest.

A bench headed by Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan will hear the petition on Tuesday, seeking an urgent hearing contending that the Goa bench of the Bombay High Court did not grant him any relief.

Ujjwala, a former face of Yves Saint Laurent, has accused Sterry of attacking her. However, Sterry, a former model from Scotland and a film producer, alleged that “my wife being an extremely influential and powerful person has tried to create havoc in my life by initiating false complaints and lobbying for the cancellation of PIO (residence) card which was issued to me on October 11, 2006.’’

She used her fame and influence to persuade the authorities to revoke his right to stay in the country so he cannot claim custody of their young daughter born in June 2005, the petition said. Sterry’s advocate Devdatt Kamat submitted that his client, presently in hiding, ran the risk of being caught and deported to London following cancellation of his PIO card by the Centre.

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