Margol admits to extortion, will not go to prison

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November 27, 2011 09:41

 
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Tel Aviv District Court on Sunday convicted high-profile singer and television personality Margalit Tsanani for conspiring to extort her own music agent with the help of the mob. Crime boss Michael Hazan was also convicted.

Tsanani admitted to extorting her talent manager, Assaf Atadegi but will not be forced to go to prison. She was expected to receive a six-month prison sentence, which will take the form of community service.

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