A-G will reportedly probe Sa'ar 'inappropriate' behavior

February 18, 2013 18:04


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Attorney-General Yehuda Weinsten has reportedly ordered on Monday an investigation into a letter sent to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu recently from a woman who accuses Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar of "inappropriate" behavior.

The letter, signed by M.C., is from a woman who identifies herself as a former Education Ministry employee who had an affair with Sa'ar.

According to M.C., or whoever is pretending to be M.C., Sa'ar had a "romantic connection" with her, in which he "took advantage of his status, harmed [her] and left an impact to this day." The letter also accuses the Education Minister of having relations with an intoxicated minor at a night club he is known to frequent, and an affair with a high-profile female politician.

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