Carlos Ghosn Was Just Ordered Out Of His Beirut Home


A Lebanese court has ruled that Carlos Ghosn, the former Nissan CEO, must vacate his luxurious Beirut home within a month. The decision comes four years after an investment firm, Phoinos Investment, accused him of “trespassing.”

Ghosn had been residing in the property since fleeing Japan in 2019 to escape prosecution. The house, located in Beirut’s upscale Ashrafieh neighborhood, is valued at approximately $19 million.

Ghosn appealed the ruling on Friday, arguing that he had a contractual agreement with Nissan that granted him the right to reside in the property. However, the court stated that the end of Ghosn’s relationship with Nissan invalidated his legal basis for occupancy.

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