Michal Rand last weekend updated another episode in the never-ending telenovela of the romantic triangle that includes her, TV presenter Scout Grant and singer Shuli Rand.
During Remembrance Day, Rand told social media users on Facebook what happened, she said, behind the doors of the court, at a court hearing held last Monday, at the end of which many publications related to the family saga were ordered to be removed.
Three days earlier, Rand had posted a post that preceded the hearing, in which she wrote:
The hearing at the mistress' request to implement the verdict given (in the absence of protection) against me for half a million shekels, her lawyer's expenses, and the removal of the publications.
"After they have taken from me my money, my honor and almost my children and sanity, they are now working hard to deprive me of the right to freedom of speech, the right to purify my name, the right to defend myself," she accused.
Last Wednesday, she reported to surfers regarding the judge's decision in her case.
"In a small way," Rand wrote in her opening remarks on Facebook (which were deleted shortly thereafter).
"She (referring to Scout Grant, 14) asked for my detention in Neve Tirza.
"Let them give an order to Facebook to take down my page, an order forbidding me to mention her name, to take down all the posts," Michal counted Grant's alleged demands on her.
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