Former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro faces five Supreme Court investigations that could send him to prisonBrasília (AFP) – Former president Jair Bolsonaro, who is due to return to Brazil Thursday, three months after leaving for the United States at the end of his term, faces legal trouble on various fronts back home. Bolsonaro faces five Supreme Court investigations that could send him to prison -- four for alleged crimes during his term (2019-2022), and one over accusations he incited a riot by supporters who invaded the presidential palace, Congress and the Supreme Court on January 8, protesting his election loss. Bolsonaro is also under investigation for two cases of spreading disinformation: one, about Covid-19; the other, about Brazil's electronic voting system. The final Supreme Court investigation is for leaking classified information about a police investigation of a hacker attack on Brazil's electoral authority. As sitting president, Bolsonaro could only be tried by the Supreme Court.