Fugitive and former car company boss Carlos Ghosn has revealed details of his forthcoming book in an interview with Saudi-owned television broadcaster, Al Arabiya.
In the 35-minute interview, Ghosn claims that his book reveals that accusations claiming he was not transparent about his financial status between 2010 and 2015 are "all wrong", and that it responds to claims with "documents and witnesses".
He later explains he did not receive such "salaries or compensations" for which he is accused of withholding knowledge.
Ghosn says his book will be released by the of the year.
Ghosn is currently residing in Lebanon, a country which has no prisoner exchange agreement with Japan.
He holds citizenship to three nations, retaining a Lebanese, Brazilian and French passport. The latter was used to pass the Lebanese border during his escape from a Japanese prison.
He again made news recently as his current home in the exclusive Beirut neighborhood of Furn Al Hayek was damaged during the recent explosion that devastated the Lebanese capital. Ghosn and his wife, Carole Nahas, were not home at the time of the tragic event.
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