Newly released documents from the Panama Papers leak appear to show at least four Japanese nationals were unwittingly registered as representatives of companies in Anguilla after information from their passports was apparently stolen.

The companies operated Japanese-language dating websites and were registered in the British overseas territory in the Caribbean. They apparently used the names of Japanese people without their permission to avoid being held culpable from a legal standpoint.

Like the initial massive document leak in 2016, the latest files from Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca & Co. were obtained by German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung from an anonymous source and shared with a group of international journalists.