It's being reported Peceli Rinakama has been released from custody.
Coupfourpointfive has been unable to verify the report for itself but a Fiji police spokesperson is being quoted as saying he was held for five days and was charged with violating public emergecy regulations before being allowed to go home.
The military and interim government have both refused to say anything else about Rinakama's release or the reasons for him being taken into custody in the first place.
Coupfourpointifve revealed on Tuesday that Rinakama was taken the Friday before after he'd gone to the home of his high chief from Naitasiri, Ratu Inoke Takivekata, following his sentencing for being found guilty of conspiring to kill Frank Bainimarama.
It's believed Rinakama could not hold back his emotions and anger at the way his chief was arrested, charged and sentenced to prison, that he verbally lashed out at soldiers gathered outside the Suva High Court complex following the sentencing.
He was arrested a short time later at the home of Takaveikata, in Toorak, Suva.