Police say they will hold official probe of Emmanuel Rosen

May 6, 2013 21:55


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Israel police will open an official criminal investigation into media personality Emmanuel Rosen, following an initial probe launched last week into a series of sexual harassment allegations against him, the national police headquarters announced Monday.

The allegations directed at Rosen have been the subject of a media storm in Israel ever since a Haaretz article almost two weeks ago named him as the “senior media figure” accused of sexual harassment.

In the days since, a number of former colleagues have given testimony to police and have made statements to the press, including former colleague Channel 2 anchor Gadi Sukenik, who said the sexual harassment allegations are “just the tip of the iceberg” and that Rosen committed much worse offenses.

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