[Latest developments on Carlos Ghosn. Timestamps with asterisk show time of posting of news report]

*15:54 - Ghosn has prepared a video clip to explain his position over the charges, plans to publish it shortly,  lawyer Hironaka says.

*15:51 - Prosecutors raided Ghosn's residence, lawyer Hironaka says.

*15:47 - Ghosn's arrest likely to push back start of trial, lawyer Hironaka says.

15:15 - Lawyer Junichiro Hironaka holds a press conference, strongly protesting against Ghosn's rearrest.

*12:36 - Ghosn denies the latest charge, sources say.

*11:03 - Ghosn's lawyer Junichiro Hironaka says he will hold press conference in the afternoon at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan.

Around 10:15 - Ghosn enters Tokyo Detention House.

(Car believed to be carrying Ghosn enters Tokyo Detention House.)

*9:19 - Ghosn says in statement he is "innocent." 

*9:19 - "My arrest this morning is outrageous and arbitrary," Ghosn says in statement.

*9:05 - Ghosn's latest arrest "extremely inappropriate," his lawyer says.

Just before 8:00 -  White car believed to be carrying Ghosn's wife leaves residence.

*7:28 - Ghosn served 4th arrest warrant, sources say.

*6:50 - Tokyo prosecutors set to serve fourth arrest warrant against Ghosn, sources say.

6:45 -  Car believed to be carrying Ghosn leaves his residence.

(Prosecutors' car leaves Ghosn's residence.)

April 4 6:10 JST - Prosecutors arrive at Ghosn's residence in Tokyo.

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The following is a chronology of major events related to Carlos Ghosn, former chairman at Nissan Motor Co., Renault SA and Mitsubishi Motors Corp.

October 1996 -- Ghosn joins Renault SA.

March 1999 -- Nissan, Renault sign capital alliance.

June 1999 -- Ghosn becomes Nissan's chief operating officer.

June 2000 -- Ghosn becomes Nissan's president.

June 2001 -- Ghosn doubles as CEO and president of Nissan.

June 2003 -- Ghosn takes up post as Nissan's co-chairman.

May 2005 -- Ghosn becomes CEO of Renault.

June 2008 -- Ghosn also takes up post of Nissan's chairman.

May 2009 -- Ghosn doubles as CEO and chairman of Renault.

May 2016 -- Nissan agrees to bring Mitsubishi Motors under its wing.

December 2016 -- Ghosn becomes chairman of Mitsubishi Motors.

April 2017 -- Ghosn resigns as Nissan president and CEO, succeeded by Hiroto Saikawa. Ghosn retains post of chairman.

Nov. 19, 2018 -- Ghosn is arrested by Tokyo prosecutors on suspicion of understating remuneration in Nissan's securities reports during five years through March 2015.

Nov. 22 -- Nissan's board dismisses Ghosn as chairman.

Nov. 26 -- Mitsubishi Motors dismisses Ghosn as chairman.

Dec. 10 -- Ghosn is indicted on charge of violating financial instruments law. He faces fresh arrest warrant over remuneration underreporting that is suspected to have continued through March 2018.

Dec. 21 -- Tokyo prosecutors serve fresh arrest warrant on Ghosn on suspicion of aggravated breach of trust by transferring his personal investment losses to Nissan.

Jan. 11, 2019 -- Ghosn is charged with aggravated breach of trust and understating his remuneration for three years through March 2018. Ghosn's defense counsel requests his release on bail.

Jan. 15 -- Tokyo court dismisses Ghosn's bail request.

Jan. 22 -- Tokyo court denies Ghosn's second bail request.

Jan. 24 -- Renault board names new CEO, chairman to replace Ghosn.

Feb. 28 -- Ghosn's new lawyers file another bail request.

March 5 -- Tokyo court approves bail request for Ghosn.

March 6 -- Ghosn is released on 1-billion-yen bail.

April 3 -- Ghosn makes surprise announcement on Twitter that he would hold a press conference on April 11 to "tell the truth about what's happening."

April 4 -- Tokyo prosecutors serve fourth arrest warrant on Ghosn over fresh allegation of aggravated breach of trust, this time related to misusing Nissan funds and causing it a loss.