Carlos Ghosn was supposed to be released on bail today, but he was detained again.
The former head of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi was arrested today by Japanese police. He was charged with a new charge, write Financial Times.
Now a top manager is accused of violating legal norms in the direction of Nissan Corporation. 64-year-old Ghosn is forced to spend the next 10 days in custody.
The Japanese Prosecutor's Office raised suspicions towards Ghosn regarding his rule: when he was the head of Nissan, he copied personal losses to the company because of a losing contract. The amount was more than 16 million US dollars. The police are currently searching his house.