Report: Eshel under investigation for sexual harassment

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 27, 2012 23:10

 
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Bureau Chief Natan Eshel is under investigation for sexually harassing a female member of staff, Channel 2 reported Friday evening.

The Jerusalem Post could not independently confirm the veracity of this report.

The report conflicts with a statement issued by the PMO Wednesday, asserting that the allegations against Eshel were not sexual in nature.

Earlier this week, it emerged that Cabinet Secretary Tzvi Hauser, communications director Yoaz Hendel and Maj.-Gen. Yohanan Locke took the complaints of a female staffer to attorney general Yehuda Weinstein.

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