Michel Temer, the former president of Brazil, was arrested on corruption charges Thursday, The Washington Post reports. The charges, part of a wide-ranging, five-year corruption probe dubbed “Car Wash,” come just two months after Temer stepped down from the presidency. He faces ten charges of corruption, five of which were allegedly committed while he served as president. His predecessor, Dilma Rousseff, was impeached and removed from office over irregularities in the nation’s budget. The “Car Wash” corruption probe has toppled many high-level Brazilian politicians, including yet another former president, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, but has also been criticized as an unfounded attack on left-leaning government officials, The Wall Street Journal notes.