The former head of the Rochdale housing corporation received bribes to the value of at least €2m, the Telegraaf reports on Wednesday, quoting from public prosecution department documents.
Hubert Möllenkamp was sacked two years ago after a string of allegations about bribes and suspicious deals.
The bribes include luxury cars and cash payments in return for contracts from the housing corporation.
According to news agency ANP, Rochdale is now claiming €6m from Möllenkamp. Some €3m of this relates to the fraudulent sale of 2,000 homes in Lelystad.
Rochdale is based in Amsterdam and has some 38,000 social housing properties on its books.
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