Singer Margalit Tzanani's remand extended 5 days

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August 25, 2011 14:27

 
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The Rishon Lezion Magistrate's court extended on Thursday the detention of Margalit Tzanani for an extra five days.

Police Commander attorney Alon Grossman told the court that an indictment against Tzanani would be filed at the end of those five days, as well as a request that the singer be remanded in custody for the duration of the trial.

Police suspect that Tzanani asked mobsters from the Mullner crime family to collect an unpaid debt from her manager, Assaf Atagadi.

Earlier on Thursday the court had also extended the remand of Michael Hazan, the alleged Amir Mulner crime family member arrested in connection with the case.

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