Bank Hapoalim owner Shari Arison to divorce Ofer Glazer

In 2005, Glazer was sentenced to six months in jail for committing indecent acts and sexually harassing two women.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 7, 2009 07:52
Bank Hapoalim owner Shari Arison to divorce Ofer Glazer

Shari Arison 88 224. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Bank Hapoalim owner Shari Arison announced Wednesday that she and her husband, Ofer Glazer, are getting divorced. The couple married six years ago. In 2005, Glazer was sentenced to six months in jail for committing indecent acts and sexually harassing two women.

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