Brazilian military have incarcerated a boss of a country’s Olympic cabinet in Rio de Janeiro.
Carlos Nuzman has been investigated as partial of a cash-for-votes examine after a bid for a Rio 2016 Olympics was won.
The detain is partial of a crime investigation, famous as Operation Unfair Play.
Mr Nuzman has formerly denied all wrongdoing.
Leonardo Gryner, a committee’s executive general, was also arrested, according to Brazilian media.
The exploration is being conducted in and with French and US police.
In September, Mr Nuzman’s home was searched. He was questioned and had his pass seized.
The 72-year-old has led a cabinet given 1995 and headed Rio’s successful bid to horde a 2016 Games.
He stands indicted of behaving as an surrogate in a cash-for-votes intrigue to safeguard a support of an successful member of a International Olympic Committee, Lamine Diack.
Mr Diack was arrested in Paris in 2015 for crime allegations involving a covering adult of a Russian doping scandal.