The Tokyo court on Friday (January 11th) charged two new charges to Carlos Ghosn, the former president of Nissan, where he decided to pursue him on charges of exploiting confidence and not disclosing his full earnings in the stock exchange reports of Nissan Group between 2015 and 2018.
Full income to his assistant Greg Kelly, who was released on bail last 25 December, and to the Nissan Group as the moral person who filed the convictions.
Motonari Otsuru, Carlos Ghosn’s chief lawyer, said in a brief statement on Friday that he would ask for bail on his client without giving further details.
Since his arrest on November 19, 2018 in Tokyo, Carlos Ghosn, 64, has been held in a detention center in the north of the Japanese capital.
On Wednesday evening, he was suffering from a fever that forced interrogators to suspend his interrogation. In a statement Thursday, Carol Ghosn’s wife expressed concern about his health condition, because of “harsh conditions for his arrest and unfair treatment” he received. “We are concerned,” she said.