Sara Netanyahu was accused of misusing about $100,000 of public funds for catering services at the prime minister's residence.
Also indicted: Ezra Saidoff, a former deputy director general of the prime minister's office. Police are investigating allegations of corruption against the prime minister, who has been accused of trading favors for bribes from wealthy businessmen.
This is in violation of rules that prohibit ordering meals from outside the residence when a cook is employed, which Netanyahu reportedly tried to hide. Prosecutors say she had the government pick up the tab - and falsely claimed there wasn't a cook at the residence.
"There was no fraud or breach of trust or fraudulent receipt of items, or any other offence". The indictment follows unsuccessful attempts to settle the matter outside court, with Sara Netanyahu refusing to pay back the amount she used for the meals and admit the allegations against her.
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Meals also came from Cavalier, described by reviewers on Trip Advisor as "the only notable" French restaurant in Jerusalem before it closed a year ago, and from the Sheraton Plaza restaurant, then led by chef Shalom Kadosh.
According to this statement, "the wife of the prime minister, who is not a public servant, did not even know the procedures", nor was she the one who ordered the gourmet meals. For years, she has been accused of leading an extravagant lifestyle. He has denied any wrongdoing, dismissing the accusations against him and his wife as a media witch-hunt.
Netanyahu has been able to rally his base by presenting himself as the victim of a politically motivated witch hunt.
He has been interviewed three times by police over alleged involvement in the Case 4000 corruption scandal.
Netanyahu is suspected of promoting regulations that provided hundreds of millions of dollars in benefits for the company in return for more favorable coverage of the Netanyahu family on Bezeq's influential news site, Walla.