Added to all the previous scandals spiralling around her, "Israeli" media cited unnamed sources while reporting that Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara attempted to physically assault the director general of her husband's office.
Sources close to the incident stated that tensions existed since Eli Groner was appointed as director of Netanyahu's Office in 2015.
The dispute that led to the physical incident in January was about who should pay the bills at the Netanyahus' private home in Caesarea, according to Haaretz.
On January 13, Sara Netanyahu presumably sought financing for their Caesarea home renovation, but Groner refused, saying he would not "go to prison for her." When she arrived at Netanyahu's office in person, a senior office took her to Groner, and the altercation occurred.
Groner, who Benjamin Netanyahu heartily thanked for his "dedicated work," notably announced that he was quitting earlier this week, as rumors of the row with Sara began to swirl.
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