An Indian court have charged famous Islamic preacher Zakir Naik with money laundering.
Mr Naik, who is living in exile, is accused of acquiring $28m (£21m) worth of criminal assets, a claim he denies.
The authorities have also accused him of spreading hate speech and inciting terrorism.
Mr Naik, 53, promotes a Islam by preaching it on the channel Peace TV owned by Mr Naik himself. Peace Tv is a channel that is banned in India but has an estimated 200 million viewers worldwide.
An India agency, which investigates financial crimes, filed the charges against Mr Naik in a Mumbai court on Thursday.
The charges cited Mr Naik of acquiring funds from suspicious sources to buy property in India and finance events where he made provocative speeches.