Ghosn, who can be questioned without his lawyers present, declares innocence in TV interview just before re-arrest

Carlos Ghosn will be detained for questioning for 10 days, a court has decided, after the former Nissan chairman was re-arrested on Thursday, reportedly over allegations he misused company funds.

Prosecutors applied to extend Ghosn’s detention, a move that was approved by judges in Tokyo. The former executive has already been held for 108 days on three other charges of financial misconduct and aggravated breach of trust before he was granted bail in early March.

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