JD.com CEO Being Investigated for Rape
Police in the U.S. state of Minnesota are investigating Liu Qiangdong, founder and CEO of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com Inc., on suspicion of rape, according to a newly released document.
The billionaire, who also goes by the name Richard Liu, was taken into custody by Minneapolis police last Friday and released the next day. Previously, the police only identified his offense using the term “sexual misconduct,” which covers a range of sexual crimes.
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