Prosecutors in Tokyo have brought another indictment against Carlos Ghosn for aggravated breach of trust.
The former Nissan chairman has been locked in a legal battle since November over allegations of financial misconduct.
Prosecutors claim Ghosn sent money to a car dealership in Oman and some of it wound up in a Lebanese shell company he controls.
They say Nissan lost nearly 5 million dollars as a result of the transaction.
The former executive was arrested for the fourth time earlier this month.
Ghosn has denied all of the allegations.
His lawyers have severely criticized how prosecutors have handled of the case. They're expected to seek bail for Ghosn following the latest indictment.