Yehuda Nahari Lassi helped: "In your war with me, you conveyed a message to fight the wounded"
The actor who claims the presenter sexually harassed him wrote: "Even after the publication I acted respectfully, you too Asi, when all I asked for was an apology and recognition of the way you harmed me in your behavior. But you continue to fight me with all means at your disposal. Now it's a war on truth."
Sagi Ben Nun
Monday, 10 January 2022, 14:50 Updated: 15:05
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The full photographed testimony of Yehuda Nahari before Walla! culture. The actor claimed that presenter Asi Ezer sexually harassed him when he came home for a professional meeting in 2011. Reporter: Sagi Ben Nun (Stills: Reuven Castro, Video: Shai Makhlouf, Production: Hagit Barak)
After the presenter Asi Ezer published today (Monday) a polygraph test to which he was sent by Keshet 12, from which it emerged that a truth-teller came out in answer to the questions asked - some of which were worded "washed" - responds actor Yehuda Nahari, who claimed that Ezer sexually harassed him. Nahari tells why he decided to be exposed and why he is behind his truth.
"I shared because I felt I could no longer, that it was closing in on me," Nahari said. "I shared that this was what was right for my soul. I felt I had to come out with my truth and thus help both myself and others. I tried to close things up nicely and respectfully even before I complained to the police. Even after the publication I acted respectfully, you too Asi, when all I asked was Apologies and acknowledgment for the way you have harmed me in your behavior. But you continue to fight me with all the means at your disposal - the vast fortune, the power, the colleagues and the celebs. You took out all the heavy guns for your war.
"I do not have and will not have the means at your disposal. And yet I have chosen to tell the truth and convey a message to all who have been harmed by abuse of power whether sexually or abusively. "Yours, your actions indicate otherwise - forcefulness. I'm still waiting for a common polygraph - now it's a war on the truth not only mine but of anyone who has been wronged."
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"Your actions indicate forcefulness."
Asi and Yehuda (Photo: Photo Processing, Reuven Castro)
Last Wednesday it was unveiled at Walla! The testimony culture of actor Yehuda Nahari in which he claimed that presenter and creator Asi Ezer sexually harassed him a decade ago when he invited him to a work meeting at his home, to test suitability for the series "Be With Her". Nahari claimed that during the meeting Ezer pulled out his penis twice, tried to convince Nahari - however the latter repeatedly refused. Ezer responded to the Walla! Thus: "I met Yehuda more than ten years ago at my house for a pleasant and pleasant meeting during which we even kissed. All the other things described in the article never happened." Keshet announced that it had clearly opened. Nahari himself also underwent a polygraph examination and was found to be telling the truth.
Today (Monday) Keshet announced that as part of the investigation, last night Asi Ezer performed a polygraph examination on her request at the Eldad Miron Institute.
Ezer was asked three polygraph questions: The first, "Did you expose your penis to Yehuda Nahari against his will about a decade ago in your apartment in Tel Aviv?".
Ezer replied "no".
The second, "Did you kiss in full agreement with Yehuda Nahari at that meeting?".
Ezer replied "yes."
The third, "Did you commit any sexual act by force in Yehuda Nahari about a decade ago in your apartment in Tel Aviv?".
Ezer replied "no".
Aide is found to be telling the truth.
It should be noted that Ezer was not asked whether he exposed his penis to Nahari unless he exposed his penis to Nahari "against his will."
That is, Ezer does not deny this time that he exposed his penis but emphasizes that for him it was consensual.
In addition, Ezer was not asked in the polygraph whether it was a friendly meeting - as he claimed in his first response - or indeed in a professional meeting as Nahari said in his testimony.
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