Fallout in the row over political donations to NZ First could widen as billionaire expat Owen Glenn prepares to front up to Parliament's privileges committee tomorrow with crucial evidence.
His appearance is likely to spark questions over who knew what, including whether there were discussions with anyone in Labour over whether he should help out NZ First.
Mr Glenn's $100,000 donation to Winston Peters has been in the spotlight since the NZ First leader was forced to admit the money was paid into his legal fund, after earlier emphatic denials.
After referring to an e-mail and a phone call between himself and the NZ First leader in a letter to the committee last week, Mr Glenn is likely to be asked to produce records supporting his recollection that it was Mr Peters who solicited the donation, not his lawyer, Brian Henry, as Mr Peters claims.
Phone records would turn up the heat on Mr Peters when he returns to give evidence on Wednesday in support of his evidence that he did not know about the 2005 donation till Mr Henry told him in July.
But Mr Glenn is also likely to be grilled on whether anyone else was involved in the discussions over making a donation to support Mr Peters' 2005 electoral petition in Tauranga.
And indeed, it is that last paragraph which could be the eye of Cyclone Owen. And it is that last paragraph that raises many questions. Who brokered the deal between NZ First and Glenn? Is it true that Mike Williams recently visited Glenn on his yacht? Is it true that Williams got an irate phone call from the PM while visiting Glenn on his yacht, and left hurriedly? And is is true that William's request for a further donation from Glenn was met with a two-worded answer, the second word being "off"?
Batten down the hatches folks - this storm could get nasty!