Tzanani to stay in detention for another four days

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August 22, 2011 13:00

 
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Singer Margalit Tzanani is to remain in custody for another four days, the Rishon Lezion Magistrate's court ruled on Monday morning.

This is the second time that Tzanani's detention has been extended. The singer has been in custody since August 16th, during an ongoing police investigation into suspicions that the singer asked mobsters from the Mullner crime family to collect an unpaid debt from her manager, Assaf Atagadi.

Judge Ita Nahaman ruled that Tzanani will remain in detention until August 25th to allow the police investigation against her to continue.

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