Alleged tax evader Sachiyo Nomura, a TV personality and wife of former Hanshin Tigers manager Katsuya Nomura, was released from custody Thursday on 50 million yen bail, according to the Tokyo District Court.

Nomura, 69, was indicted Wednesday by the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor’s Office on charges of failing to declare more than 560 million yen in personal income and company revenues in the 1990s, thereby evading more than 200 million yen in taxes.

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