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Wife of Israel’s Prime Minister is accused of tax evasion through the misuse of public funds

Sara Netanyahu, [left], the wife of the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, was convicted of fraud and breach of trust.

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Sara Netanyahu, wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has been charged with a serious crime, such as fraud, about the misuse of public funds on Thursday.

Netanyahu, 59, was also reported to be charged with breach of trust in connection with the “Prepared food affair”, the Jerusalem Post.

Netanyahu was accused, abused, about 100,000 US dollars of public funds for catering to the Prime Minister in Jerusalem to home, while the false claim was made, there is no cooks on staff were declared, the Ministry of justice.

Sara Netanyahu was accused of abuse, about 100,000 US dollars of public funds for the meals in the prime minister’s residence.

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Prosecutors alleged in the “Prepared food affair” to demand that the Netanyahu along with the former Deputy Director-General Ezra Seidoff, the Prime Minister’s residence has a chef, even though you worked on the house. She allegedly ordered the cook to be kept employment secret, and “she was aware that the order of the meals, the seat from the outside for the living, if it employs a cook, was a violation of the rules,” reported Haaretz.

The indictment came to pay after Netanyahu refused, for the outside of the meal, despite a number of attempts to reach an agreement.

Seidoff was also charged with “forgery by an official.”

Netanyahu has long allegations of abusive behavior and life-consuming in a way the contact with the public.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cases in front of several police investigations in the alleged corruption. Netanyahu has denied any wrongdoing, dismissing the allegations against him and his wife as a media-witch-hunt. In one case, Netanyahu and members suspected of having, receiving, jewelry, cigars and champagne to the value of around $285,000. He was also suspected of the special treatment, Arnon Mozes, the publisher of the Yediot Ahronot daily, and in return, the newspaper would cover cheap.

He was not with the name of the case.

Fox News’ Kaitlyn Schallhorn and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

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