A former housekeeper to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's family claimed Thursday that she was denied standard financial rights and verbally abused during her time working for the prime minister's family.
Channel 2 reported that Lilian Peretz had taken a polygraph test and had been found to be speaking the truth.
She reportedly signed a non-disclosure agreement that included a hefty
fine in the event of non-compliance.
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