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Man spills coffee, sugar on wife, demands she clean it

Court indicts man for abusing his wife whom he attacked in the past; suspect denies allegations

A Raanana resident, 49, has been accused of violently attacking his wife, spilling a jar of coffee, a jar of sugar and water from a pot on her head, then telling her to "clean it up." In the indictment filed on Monday in the Kfar Saba Magistrate’s Court, the man was also accused of other attacks over a period of time. The suspect denied the charges.


In the prosecution's request for his arrest until the end of proceedings, it stated that the husband had been previously indicted for committing similar acts against his wife. “The defendant used brutal violence against her, and subjugated her to acts of humiliation and heavy threats.”


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According to the indictment, on April 4 at 2 am, an argument broke out between the two, while the man was drinking beer and taking pills. As a result, the woman decided to leave the residence. The defendant went after her, and broke her car’s side mirror and windshield.


The woman returned to the house, where she was attacked by her husband, who poured coffee grains and sugar on her hand and demanded that she “clean it up quickly.”


In the previous incident which took place in December, the man attacked his wife while he was under the influence of alcohol, pushed her to a wall and told her, “You are a whore, trash, you are a shitty wife.”


He then pulled down her pants, pulled her hair and hit her. According to the woman, her husband said he was not afraid to go to jail, as he had been imprisoned in the past.


The husband was arrested on April 4 after officers were called in to the couple's home and found the woman crying, upset and wet. During questioning, the man admitted to having been involved, but denied using violence.



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