What makes this situation even worse is that Petra and Tamara's poor father, Bernie, has a net worth of billion.
A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said he was bailed to appear at Thames Magistrates' Court on in 16 March.
Mr Rutland’s spokesman said: “Mr Rutland voluntarily attended a police station and assisted the police with their inquiries.
"The thing is, although this is going to sound crazy when I say it out loud, we'd already discussed the fact we wanted to get married, so even though it was a surprise when it happened, it wasn't a total shock.
"I've never been in a relationship before where I've been able to be myself and feel so comfortable so quickly. " Jay also addresses newspaper reports which reveal that he was banned for insider trading and the alleged supply of drugs.
"But my response to that would be, 'When you know, you know.' "The thing is, I'd heard people say that before and I'd never really understood it, because I hadn't experienced it for myself.
But when I met Jay, I just knew this was the man I was going to marry." The couple were introduced by mutual friends in January and were together for a month when Jay proposed.She is much more than that as she is a very good socialite and a model too. She is none other than the very pretty Petra Stunt. She was born in the year 1988 on 17th of December and this makes her age only 26 at this time.At this age she has already reached the peak of success and she has always been thriving for more after that.Tamara Ecclestone and her fiancé Jay Rutland have given a world exclusive interview to HELLO! The ecstatic couple tell the magazine all about their whirlwind romance –and how they started talking about marriage just a week after their first date. she understands those who are skeptical about the engagement – but is so deeply in love with the 31-year-old former City stockbroker that she can ignore the doubters.CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE "Our engagement has been very sudden and I get that there are people who won't understand that and will read things into it," she says.The case relates to assisting an offender who failed to appear in court for drug trafficking and firearms offences.