Japanese car maker Nissan has filed another new complaint against former CEO Carlos Ghosn. The reason for the indictment are payments of a total of 5 million dollars that Nissan made to a company requested by Ghosn. Afterwards it turned out that the car owner himself became richer. “Such misconduct is completely unacceptable,” Nissan states in a statement. “That is why we ask Ghosn to provide appropriate punishment. It is the fourth and allegedly most serious indictment of the former chief executive. He was arrested in November on suspicion of financial misconduct and self-enrichment. Ghosn contradicts all accusations. The fallen car boss is stuck in Japan on suspicion of fraud, tax evasion and other malpractice. He was released on bail at the beginning of March, but was later arrested after new charges against him. In addition to Nissan, Ghosn also led Renault and a partnership with Mitsubishi.