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Chinese billionaire arrested on suspicion of rape in America, say police

Chinese billionaire arrested on suspicion of rape in America, say police


The Chinese Foreign Ministry told reporters this week that he will see details of his arrest.
Chinese billionaire arrested on suspicion of rape in America, say police
Chinese billionaire arrested on suspicion of rape in America, say police

New disclosures on Wednesday that Minnesota police arrested Chinese billionaire Richard Qingdong Liu on suspicion of rape, but instead of the attack, a new investigation has been done on the high profile case, because one of China's largest online retailers, Jedi.com In stock has fallen.

The e-commerce giant's 45-year-old founder and chief executive Liu was in Minneapolis for a business program at the University of Minnesota on breaking the word about his brush with American law. They were arrested on Friday, were released the next day and returned to China.

A police report received by The Washington Post confirmed the specifications of the charge against the technology magnate, which the authorities initially described as a sexual assault, a word that involves a series of unwanted contacts. It was also indicated in the report that body camera footage was taken.

The police did not issue any further details and said that the investigation was open.

Soon after the withdrawal of Liu, JDM in the United States Shares fell to a low of 18 months, in which 6 percent of Nasdaq closed on Tuesday.


Corporate documents show that Liu holds about 80 percent of the company's voting rights set up in 2004, which made a profit of $ 18 million in revenues of $ 55.7 billion last year.

Liu did not make any public statement about this incident in Minneapolis, but J.D.M. Has accused the company's head of falsehood.

The firm said in a statement, "It has been released without any charge, and without the need for bail." "Mr. Liu has returned to work in China."

The Chinese Foreign Ministry told reporters this week that he will see details of his arrest.

Liu's name is running on the north of China, north of China, in reply to Twitter for four straight days. By Wednesday, more than 20 million users were talking about their case on the forum.

Since the people who were in the Midwestern state were guessed about it, the Chief Executive Officer did the JDM Yelled at the Beijing headquarters on Tuesday for the camera

According to the Internet media, showing the meeting of Liu with officials of the textile producer Rui, the images were dismantled on the Internet, according to the state media, JDM Had unveiled the partnership.

Meanwhile, the mug shot of Liu from Minneapolis was also going viral.

Some web commentators turned down Liu, who suggested that there was mock behavior at work.

"Life is a drama," the user Quanshishuaige wrote, "And it all depends on the acting skill."

Others said a set-up to their arrest.

"Support Liu Qiangdong," WebO user KN 200371 wrote. "He has resented many rich and powerful people. They were prepared in the United States."

Liu receives negative attention at an important business moment.

Two months ago, Google announced that it has invested $ 550 million in JD.com and plans to partner with Chinese online retailer in the United States.

And in August, JD.com and Wal-Mart, who have held a stake in the Chinese company since 2016, started working together on the grocery items ordered by the smartphone.

These steps are for JDM for international domination on the domestic collection Alibaba. Is a part of the push, which is founded by online retailer billionaire Jack Ma.

Liu, who is known as the two Mogles' broshers, along with the stories of money and their lives are closely followed, similarly how Americans put an obsession on Elon Musk - this week In the state media, they were stranded in legal crisis.

A mysterious source told the Global Times, "Chinese business people should keep themselves clean, in light of the fact that their notoriety isn't just for themselves yet in addition for Chinese brands and organizations."

The Minnesota event is not the first prestigious crack for Liu.

Earlier this year, the Australian court refused to request the press to suppress records that a property developer was convicted of sexual assault in Liu's house in Sydney after the party of 2015, the New York Times reported. (Liu was not accused of any mistake.)

Billionaires are also known to advise dogs on the subject of crime. In a March news conference, Liu warned young professionals in the crowd that they should not break any law.

He stated, "When your business is effective and acquires benefits, don't place yourself in prison to overstep the law," or stated, "or your spouses and your youngsters will be with your cash."
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