The chief executive of China's JD.com, Liu Qiangdong, was briefly arrested in the USA on accusations of criminal sexual conduct. Police in Minneapolis say they are investigating, though Liu was released after a night in jail, and JD.com said on Monday he had returned to China.
But, contrary to the company's statement, Minneapolis police have not actually cleared Liu of wrongdoing and have instead said that they are now investigating the allegation against him.
Liu began his e-commerce business after he was forced to shut down a computer shop in Beijing when the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) struck China, forcing people to stay indoors for weeks.
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In addition, JD.com also threatened legal action against those publishing false reports and rumors.
Mr. Liu, 45, was taken into custody by Minneapolis police on Friday and released the next day. The two tech firms plan to join forces to sell goods online across Southeast Asia, the United States and Europe in order to better compete with rivals like Amazon and Alibaba.
Following the Chinese media accounts, JD.com said on its official microblog that the reports were untrue.
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Earlier this year, Liu attempted to suppress information about a sexual assault that occurred after a 2015 party at his Australian home. In June, Google said it would invest $550 million in JD.com. The jail records for Liu don't indicate a degree.
"Born into a poor farming family in northern Jiangsu province, Liu is arguably less well-known outside China than his fellow billionaire countrymen like Alibaba Group Holding's Jack Ma Yun, Tencent Holdings' Pony Ma Huateng and Baidu's Robin Li Yanhong, who recently made the cover of Time magazine", Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post reported.
This is not the first time Liu has been embroiled in a sexual misconduct incident.
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In return, JD.com will join Google's shopping platform. Among its other investors is Chinese internet gaming and social media giant Tencent Holdings, the developer of the WeChat messenger app and a major rival of Alibaba, and US retailer Walmart Inc. The defendant was found guilty of seven offenses, according to a court document. Liu started his business by opening a counter store in Beijing selling computer parts.