Ugly scenes around former Rangers owner
Green mobbed by angry crowd after court appearance
A photographer fell to the ground under a crowd of protestors as Mr Green emerged from Glasgow Sheriff Court surrounded by police and media representatives.
He refused to comment and looked shocked as he was ushered into a waiting vehicle.
Mr Green, 62, bought the assets of the club after it plunged into administration three years ago. Today he was bailed by sheriffs to appear at a later date.
Previous Rangers owner Craig Whyte, 44, and David Whitehouse, 50, from administrators Duff and Phelps were also due in court.
Mr Whitehouse’s co-administrator, Paul Clark, 51, has also been arrested as part of the investigation by Police Scotland.
Mr Green was interviewed by police in Livingston yesterday.