More illegal luxury assets allegedly belonging to jet-setting monk Luang Pu Nenkham have been unearthed.

The assets comprise several luxury cars, including a Rolls Royce and a Ferrari - and a large amount of cash stashed in 41 separate bank accounts. In addition, news reports have alleged that up to Bt200 million in donations has been uncovered in bank accounts belonging to his charity.

Under ONB regulations, any money donated to monks who have already been ordained must be spent on policies declared to the general public. It was also forbidden for monks to own any property other than what they had before being ordained.

Despite taking a vow of celibacy, Luang Pu Nenkham, whose real name is Weeraphol Sukphol, is also alleged to have had as many as seven lovers and to have fathered a number of children with them. There was also a report that a woman had made rape allegations against the monk in December 2010.

Luang Pu Nenkham was scheduled to return to Thailand on June 20, after the ONB approved his request to go on a month-long trip overseas. If he failed to return to Thailand by the end of the month, he would be considered guilty.