Members of the media fall to the ground amid a scrum as former Rangers chief executive Charles Green leaves Glasgow Sheriff Court after he appeared in connection with the “alleged fraudulent acquisition” of the club in 2012.
Mr Green, 62, has been dealt the same charges as well as fraud and an offence under Section 190 of the Companies Act 2006.
Paul Clark, 51, was charged with conspiracy and involvement in serious organised crime.
Whitehouse was also confronted by supporters as he left the court to equally angry scenes around 20 minutes after Green.
Whyte has previously appeared in court charged with fraud following an investigation into the purchase of Rangers in 2011.
David Whitehouse, 50, who worked with Clark at Duff and Phelps and was Rangers administrator, also appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Wednesday. They hurled abuse at the former Light Blues owner as he fought his way through the crowds to a auto.
He was charged with conspiracy and serious organised crime in connection with the police investigation into the alleged fraudulent acquisition of Rangers in 2012. Like Green and Whitehouse, Whyte was surrounded by police officers.
But the club entered administration in February 2012 after running out of cash.
Whitehouse, of Duff and Phelps, ran the club’s administration in 2012. He stepped down as chief executive in 2013.
Green was believed to lead the group that used the assets of Rangers in 2012 after the liquidation of the club.
“Around 0600 hours officers from Police Scotland’s Economic Crime Unit, assisted by officers from Cheshire, attended at an address in England and detained the 50-year-old man”.
“A report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal”.
And last night, after Craig Whyte, 44, who owned the club prior to the takeover, was pictured arriving at Helen Street police station in Govan, Glasgow, police confirmed a 44-year-old man had been arrested and detained in relation to the investigation.
The 54-year-old, who also faces a charge of conspiracy, made no plea or declaration and was released on bail.