Alarabiya correspondent in Cairo said that Mr. Alaa is undergoing charges that he partnered with his father and his other brother to reap financial benefits through unfair methods.
Egypt’s prosecutor also accused him that he partnered with the head of the country’s financial market Ahmmed Saad Abdullah by using unfair means to accumulate wealth.
Alarabiya correspondent said that the Attorney General referred the ousted president and his two sons to the Criminal Court on May 24.
Mr. Mubarak and sons face corruption charges and are investigated over their involvement in the killing of hundreds of protesters during the uprising unleashed early this year. They were detained on April 13.
Meanwhile, the military, which has ruled Egypt since the ouster of Mr. Mubarak, has summoned two journalists and blogger for criticizing the army, Agence-France Presse reported a judicial source as saying on Monday.
Journalists Rim Magued and Nabil Sharafeddin and blogger and human rights activist Hossam al-Hamalawy will face a hearing on Tuesday, the source told AFP.
In a popular show that Mr. Magued hosts on private channel ON-TV, Mr. Hamalawy alleged violations of human rights by the country's military police and its head, adding that he had evidence to back his claims.
Mr. Sharafeddin made similar comments about the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces which has ruled the country since Mubarak's ouster.
A Facebook page created in support of the three has called for a rally on Tuesday outside the military prosecutor's office.
Egypt's military was praised during the anti-Mubarak uprising for not firing on protesters, but is is now being accused by non-government organizations of carrying out arbitrary arrests and torture.
Several pro-democracy activists, especially those active on the Internet, have also expressed frustration at the slow pace of reforms promised by the army after Mubarak's fall.
(Dina Al-Shibeeb, an editor at Al Arabiya English, can be reached at: email@example.com)