Brazil probe finds 48 suspect deposits in Flávio Bolsonaro's account

Flávio Bolsonaro

Jair Bolsonaro son has received a total of 96.000 reais in five days

A report by the Brazilian Council for the Control of Financial Activities discloses suspicious bank transactions by Flávio Bolsonaro (PSL-RJ), former legislator and elected senator. The son of the Brazilian President, Jair Bolsonaro, has received 48 cash deposits in his bank account, considered suspicious by the entity that investigates money laundry.

The document, released by Brazil's National Journal, reports financial activity by Flávio Bolsonaro between June and July 2017. The 48 deposits into Bolsonaro's account were all made at a bank agency located inside Rio de Janeiro Legislative Assembly, and always with the same amount of 2000 reais.