The boss of Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn was dishonored in a tearful plea for man’s freedom

& # 39; I am a housewife, not a sneaky woman & # 39 ;: shame the wife of Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn in tearing plea for her husband's freedom

Fallen Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn's wife has made a tearing plea to bring her husband home.

Carole Ghosn, 52, has not seen or spoken to her husband since prosecutors stormed their flat in Japan in the early hours of April 4 and arrested him on charges of misconduct with regard to running a Nissan car company.

The mother of the three, who was also questioned about the allegations, said she feared for the health of her 65-year-old husband while he continued to wait in detention awaiting trial in Tokyo.

She told the BBC: & I want my husband back. I want him with me. I know he's innocent. & # 39;

Plea: Carole Ghosn, 52, has not seen her husband Carlos since prosecutors stormed their apartment in Japan in the early hours of April 4 and arrested him

Plea: Carole Ghosn, 52, has not seen her husband Carlos since prosecutors stormed their apartment in Japan in the early hours of April 4 and arrested him

Ms. Ghosn says she is also portrayed as a guilty party and & # 39; dragged into the story & # 39; to weaken her husband's plea.

Former Nissan Motor president Carlos Ghosn arrives in Tokyo on 23 May 2019 in Tokyo

Former Nissan Motor president Carlos Ghosn arrives in Tokyo on 23 May 2019 in Tokyo

Former Nissan Motor president Carlos Ghosn arrives in Tokyo on 23 May 2019 in Tokyo

She added: & # 39; I am a housewife who raised three children, and they make me sound like this underhanded woman. & # 39;

Although he has since been released on bail prior to his trial, his second wife claims that the terms of his release prevent him from talking to her.

Ghosn, 65, was arrested again in April, while already on bail, for allegations of financial misconduct during his time trial maker Nissan.

While Mrs. Ghosn fled to the US after the arrest, her three-year-old husband has to live in a court-appointed place in Japan, where he is guarded around the clock by cameras.

The housewife from Beirut said: & I would like President Trump to talk to [Japan] Prime Minister Abe about fair trial conditions and let me talk to my husband. & # 39;

Carlos Ghosn, the displaced boss of Nissan, claimed he was the victim of a & # 39; conspiracy & # 39; by & # 39; staff brigades & # 39; to execute in a video that was recorded before his last arrest

Carlos Ghosn, the displaced boss of Nissan, claimed he was the victim of a & # 39; conspiracy & # 39; by & # 39; staff brigades & # 39; to execute in a video that was recorded before his last arrest

Carlos Ghosn, the displaced boss of Nissan, claimed he was the victim of a & # 39; conspiracy & # 39; by & # 39; staff brigades & # 39; to execute in a video that was recorded before his last arrest

Mrs. Ghosn, speaking to the BBC, remembers the night her husband was detained for the second time in April and was taken out of their home by the Tokyo Police at 5:15 am & # 39;

She said: & # 39; I think they wanted to intimidate and humiliate us. & # 39;

Mrs. Ghosn claims that she was followed by the shower and & # 39; handed a towel & # 39; by one of the police.

She is now campaigning for her husband's case to be discussed later with Japanese President Shinzo Abe at a G20 summit on world leaders in Tokyo.

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