Following his arrest in Montenegro while attempting to fly using false documents, Terraform Labs co-founder Do Kwon will appeal the court’s decision to extend his detention time by up to 30 days.

A legal representative for Kwon upheld the appeal against the Montenegrin court’s decision to detain the businessman longer than usual, according to local media Vijesti. The decision was made after Kwon was caught using false documents at the Podgorica airport while trying to fly to Dubai.

Although the Montenegrin authorities usually grant detention up to 72 hours, Kwon’s 30-day extension was approved after prosecutors highlighted the high possibility of a flight. The court considered that Kwon was a foreign national whose identity was not clearly identified.

Since the collapse of the Terra ecosystem, South Korean authorities suspect that Kwon moved between Singapore, Dubai and Serbia.

Related: South Korea Seizes $104 Million From Terra Co-Founder Suspecting Unfair Gains

On March 23, just hours after Kwon’s arrest in Montenegro, US prosecutors in New York charged the businessman with fraud.

As Cointelegraph reported, the 31-year-old was charged with eight separate charges, including commodity fraud, securities fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy to defraud and engage in market manipulation.

Magazine: SEC Targets Coinbase, Do Kwon Arrested, and FTX Sells $95M in Mysten Labs: Hodler’s Digest, March 19-25

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