Nave demands an investigation for the theft of his phone that may condemned him

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January 20, 2019 12:11
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Efi Nave demanded on Sunday that the theft of his phone be investigated.

Nave also called for the leak of his private and personal information from his cellphone be investigated.

Nave allegedly is part of a scandal where he traded sexual favors in return for judgeship appointments. The information was found from his stolen phone.

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