Report: Senior PMO official accused of harassing worker

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 24, 2012 11:19

 
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Authorities are looking into allegations that a senior member of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's office harassed and stalked a young female staffer in the Prime Minister's Office, Army Radio reported Tuesday morning.

According to the report, the senior official would look through the young woman's personal email, text messages and follow her after work hours. After an overseas trip, the harassment reportedly worsened.

Other members of the PMO staff reported the behavior to legal authorities after the woman in question refused to file a complaint herself. According to the report, the Justice Ministry confirmed they received the accusations and were looking into them.

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