The prosecutors entered the automatic leader's home in the Japanese capital and accused him of "suspected of worsening confidence in the trust," according to the Japanese broadcaster NHK.
Prosecutors suspect that he abused Nissan funds for personal use, according to NHK. The Tokyo prosecutors did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
One of the most prominent figures in the global automotive industry, Ghosn is waiting for the trial, has underestimated his income for years and abused his position by transferring personal investment losses to Nissan. He denies these costs.
"My arrest tomorrow is outrageous and arbitrary," Ghosn told CNN Business via a spokesman. "It is part of another attempt by some Nissan individuals to mislead the accusers. Why arrest me except to try to destroy me? I will not be destroyed. I am innocent of the unfounded charges and charges against me . "  The attack comes just one day after Ghosn took on Twitter and said he was going to say the truth "behind his shocking downfall at a press conference next week.
Renault uncovered new claims against Ghosn on Wednesday and claimed that Expenditure imposed by its former CEO and board member involved "questionable and hidden practices" that violated their ethical rules. Ghosn's resignation from the board was also announced.  Ghosn's demise and long-term detention shocked the international automotive industry, creating tensions between Nissan and Renault , and raised questions about Japan's criminal system.
Since Ghos's first arrest in Tokyo in November 19, he has been thrown out of his role as head of Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi Motors, whom he had gathered to form the world's largest automotive alliance .
Nissan refused to comment on Ghos's latest arrest. A spokesman referred CNN Business to a previous statement others claiming their own investigation of Ghosn "have revealed significant evidence of blatant unethical conduct."