The former FIFA Vice President Austin Jack Warner is at an undisclosed location - this after he was unable to secure bail.
Warner appeared in court in Port-of Spain, where a judge read eight counts against him and then set bail at 2.5m Trinidadian dollars (US$395,000).
He was also told he must surrender his passport and report to police twice a week.
Warner did not enter a plea and was scheduled to appear in court again on 12 July.
Police said there was a delay in processing Warner’s bail and he would spend one night in jail. Before turning himself in, Warner denied he had done anything wrong.
A dozen charges relating to corruption in FIFA and CONCACAF were laid indictably against him yesterday afternoon - and bail was set at TT$2.5 million dollars.
He was among 14 other FIFA officials around the world accused by us prosecutors of racketeering, fraud and money laundering involving tens of millions of dollars over 24 years.
A key European Tour official says he envisages a bright future for the Irish Open after the successful staging of the tournament at Royal County Down.
The tour's commercial director James Finnigan explained he was hopeful the event would retain its title sponsor and Rory McIlroy's involvement.
The tournament will retain a similar date in the calendar in 2016 and will return to Northern Ireland in 2017.
Rafael Nadal expects the "toughest quarter-final of my career" against Novak Djokovic at the French Open.
Nine-time champion Nadal beat Jack Sock 6-3 6-1 5-7 6-2 in round four to claim a record 70th win at Roland Garros.
Meanwhile, seventh-seed Ana Ivanovic reached the French Open semi-finals after brushing aside Ukraine's Elina Svitolina 6-3 6-2 at a blustery Roland Garros.