Wearing a neck brace and a business suit without a jacket, Ahmed Ezz
emerged from a police station late Thursday after posting EGP 152 ($21.2) million bail in three different cases, the lawyers said.
has also been forced to pay $1.5 million as a first installment on $14 million worth of fines connected to a fourth monopoly case.
An appeals court is set to hear the case in November.
Ezz was the chairman of EzzSteel, the largest steel producer in the Middle East.
was close to Mubarak's son Gamal, who was widely believed to have been groomed to succeed his
organized the NDP's last election campaign in 2010, which saw widespread fraud in favor of its candidates.
The NDP headquarters in Cairo was torched early on in the 18-day uprising, and Ezz
was among dozens of Mubarak loyalists and party leaders who were arrested over corruption charges after the president resigned.