Politicians, casinos, prostitutes and drugs


Posted on the 6th of November 2015

Politicians, casinos, prostitutes and drugs

Israeli politician Oren Hazan is suing Israeli news reporter Amit Segal for reporting on TV station Channel 2, that Hazan managed a casino in Borgas, Bulgaria where he allegedly hired prostitutes for casino patrons and supplied them with crystal meth. In addition to this, the broadcast also quoted two Israeli tourists who said that they purchased and smoked crystal meth with Hazan. The report also quoted Hazan’s chauffeur in Burgas to the effect that Hazan would send him to the “Red Rose” escort agency to pick up prostitutes several times a week for his friends. Hazan would cover the cost of the prostitutes, at approximately €50 ($56) an hour, the driver said. Both hard drug use and prostitution are illegal in Bulgaria. Hazan denied the allegations in a statement to Channel 2. “I am sorry to disappoint you, but the sexual fantasies, sick personality and vivid imagination of yourself and of those who fed you [the story] are out of touch with reality,” Hazan said.

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