Report: Netanyahus make settlement with former housekeeper

By DAN IZENBERG
February 22, 2010 20:41

 
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The internet news site Ynet reported on Monday that a housekeeper who sued Sarah Netanyahu for NIS 41,000 for allegedly withholding part of her salary, accepted a settlement of NIS 23,000, including NIS 19,000 from Netanyahu and NIS 4,000 from a manpower company which hired the housekeeper after Netanyahu's husband was elected prime minister.

News of the lawsuit surfaced after another Netanyahu housekeeper, Lilian Peretz, from Hadera, sued Netanyahu on similar grounds for NIS 300,000. Netanyahu recently responded to Peretz's lawsuit, saying the charges were utterly baseless.              

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