Earlier this year, the politician chose to leave his parliamentary duties after the newspaper revealed that he had received more than SEK 158,000 in incorrect compensation from the Riksdag. The money would go to an overnight apartment in Stockholm.

Have been questioned by police

Bengtzboe was then written with his mother in Nyköping, but in fact lived with his family at an address in Stockholm.

He has now been questioned by police

- My hypothesis is that he is not entitled to these benefits, says prosecutor Bengt Åsbäck to Aftonbladet.

Bengtzboe was one of the Moderates' profiles and was until he left his assignments, among other things, the party's spokesperson on educational issues. Previously, he was chairman of the Moderate Youth League (MUF).

In interrogation, Bengtzboe has denied the crime.