A close associate of Zionist Union Chairman Avi Gabbay was questioned Monday by the Yarkon region police on suspicion of forging a document from the Defense Ministry, Channel 10 reported on Monday night. The suspect was released on bail.
According to the report, the forged document grants the suspect the possibility of participating in a preventive driving course with her cell phone and laptop. The report also stated that the suspect confessed to the charges during her interrogation.
"This morning, in a joint police operation with the Defense Ministry, a Tel Aviv resident was detained for allegedly forging a document from the Defense Ministry in order to obtain something. At the end of her interrogation, the suspect was released on bail," said a police spokesman.
The Zionist Union issued a statement in response: "The matter has been brought to our attention now and it will be clarified soon."