A 25-year-old Japanese woman was arrested on Wednesday, April 28, on charges of killing her rich husband.
Saki Sudo is accused of poisoning 77-year-old Kosuke Nozaki in their three-month marriage in 2018, the Japan Times reported.
The court allegedly injected real estate titanium with poison, the article said. He reportedly ate with Nozaki before his death and said police had investigated the devastating position found on his system on the Internet.
Nozaki is best known for his 2016 book, Kishu Don Juan: A Man with 3 Billion to 4,000 Beautiful Women.
His suspicious death had attracted attention for many years.
The court inherited part of its assets, the Japan Times reported.
According to the report, in his 2018 book, Nozaki wrote that he met a woman believed to be Sudo when he helped her after she fell at Tokyo airport.
Sudo reportedly told the family that a friend from Sapporo was moving to work in the real estate business, but did not disclose that he was married.
Three months after the marriage, Nozaki was found dead.
Saki Sudo was arrested on Wednesday, April 28, on charges of poisoning Kosuke Nozaki three years ago.
Sudo is not the first woman to be charged with a crime against Nozaki. The report said Nozaki’s then-boyfriend, who was also in his 20s, was arrested in 2016 for stealing more than half a million dollars from his home.