Jerusalem psychologist held for sexual assaults

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
May 4, 2006 15:09

A 60-year-old Jerusalem psychologist employed by a city employment office was arrested Thursday for allegedly sexually assaulting at least two of his women clients, police said. The suspect, who denies the allegations against him, was to be brought to a Jerusalem court late Thursday for a remand hearing. The alleged sex abuser was apprehended after two women complained to police that he sexually assaulted them "under the table" during meetings, Jerusalem police spokesman Shmuel Ben-Ruby said.


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