Former Likud MK subject of sexual harassment probe

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February 10, 2013 21:03

 
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Former MK and deputy minister Michael Ratzon is the subject of a police investigation after a number of employees submitted sexual harassment complaints against him, it emerged on Sunday.

The allegations were made by a number of employees of NTA - Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd, where Ratzon serves as chairman.

A report on Ynet, which broke the story, stated that the allegations involve verbal harassment, and at least one case of physical abuse of some sort.

Ratzon denied the claims outright in a 400 word statement put out on Sunday, calling them part of a “planned, organized, and baseless attack” meant to destroy his reputation.

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