Tokyo prosecutors investigating bribery allegations involving casino resorts say a Chinese firm issued fake receipts to a Japanese lawmaker to cover up its bribes.
The prosecutors on Tuesday served a fresh arrest warrant to Tsukasa Akimoto on suspicion of receiving bribes worth about 32,000 dollars.
The amount includes the cost of his trip to Macao on a private jet in 2017 at the invitation of the company, 500.com.
Akimoto was first arrested last month for allegedly receiving cash from the firm. Three other people are also under arrest.
The full original article can be found at nhk.or.jp