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Stephen Elmir and underworld figure Mustapha Dib, who walked free from jail in February 2016 after his murder conviction was quashed, were also arrested.
John Ibrahim's (right) brothers Michael (centre) and Fahdi (not pictured) spent Monday afternoon partying on a luxury yacht in Dubai. Pictured left is oldest brother Hassan 'Sam' Ibrahim, an ex-bikie boss who has no reported involvement in Tuesday's raids and arrests The men had spent the day on a sun-drenched cruise along a stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline which has become a playground for the rich and famous.
He was initially jailed for five days and then released on bail with his passport confiscated.
The incident occurred at the raucous Rock Bottom bar, popular among Dubai's many wealthy and often tipsy foreign residents and tourists.
Harron told her: 'Just stop crying mum, don't be upset anymore.
Don't cry anymore.' He said he put his hand on businessman Emad Tabaza's hip to avoid spilling a drink in a crowded bar.
The vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, has exonerated Harron, according to the group Detained in Dubai.
Radha Stirling, who works for Detained in Dubai, said: 'The cases against him have been dismissed, and the sentence imposed by the court yesterday has been nullified.'We wish to express our deepest gratitude to Sheikh Mohammed for his personal intervention in this case, and for exonerating Jamie at long last.'It has now been established that the allegations against Jamie were entirely unwarranted, defamatory, and meritless; to such an extent that the ruler of the country found it necessary to step in and correct the wrongful action of the public prosecutor and to quash the judgment of the court.'She added: 'This was a courageous and honourable decision on the part of Sheikh Mohammed.'While it highlights the urgent need for judicial reform in the country, it is also a hopeful sign that the UAE's leadership possesses the will and vision to pursue such reforms in the future.' She said Harron is now considering a civil suit against the businessman and his staff who also accused him of drinking alcohol and making a rude gesture.
The raids mark the biggest police operation on organised crime in the last ten years.His German accuser dropped the complaint, but local prosecutors decided to proceed with the case.The electrician had been working in Afghanistan and was on a two-day stopover in the United Arab Emirates when he was arrested in July.After the cruise, three of the four men are believed to have planned a lavish dinner at one of the many trendy restaurants along the waterway, but they never made it.The Dubai Police Force and the Australian Federal Police had been watching their every move and made the dramatic arrests before they could take their seats. Extradition proceedings from Dubai are underway and are expected to be completed within 60 days.
Stirling said at the time: 'He has already suffered tremendously as a result of these allegations, and now faces the likelihood of incarceration.