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The wife of former Scottish socialist MSP Tommy Sheridan believes she is the victim of police harassment, her lawyer has said.
Gail Sheridan, 44, has been arrested over allegations of theft. She has been suspended by British Airways as a result of the allegations, which are reported to involve miniature bottles of alcohol.
Amer Anwar, the Sheridans' lawyer, said she and her husband were determined to prove her innocence.
Mr Anwar said: "Gail Sheridan has a 23-year unblemished record with British Airways, whom she has represented as part of their promotional team, as well as serving as a shop steward and now as a senior cabin crew member.
"She understands British Airways employment procedures but firmly believes she is now a victim of harassment and intolerable behaviour from Lothian and Borders Police and sections of the press.
"Both Mr and Mrs Sheridan are determined to prove their innocence and will not be intimidated or bullied by Lothian and Borders Police."
A Lothian and Borders Police spokeswoman confirmed: "A 44-year-old woman has been arrested and charged and a report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal."
The police force would not comment on newspaper claims that alcohol miniatures were found in the Sheridan home by officers investigating perjury allegations.
A British Airways spokesman said: "A member of cabin crew has been suspended as part of an ongoing investigation."
Mr Sheridan, 43, was charged with perjury in December - around 16 months after he won his £200,000 action against the News Of The World at the Court of Session in Edinburgh. His father-in-law, Angus Healy, 71, and three colleagues who backed him in the trial have also been charged.