A comparison help to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he is holding a leave of deficiency following a array of passionate bungle allegations.
David Keyes pronounced he wanted to transparent his name from “false and dubious accusations”.
The Times of Israel says that 12 women have indicted him of inapt behaviour.
Wall Street Journal contributor Shayndi Raice after wrote on Twitter that she, too, had had “a terrible encounter” with Mr Keyes.
The other 10 women have asked to sojourn anonymous, a Israeli journal reported.
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In a matter on Thursday, Mr Keyes, 34, pronounced he was “fully assured that a law will come out”.
“In light of a fake and dubious accusations opposite me and in sequence not to confuse from a critical work of a primary minister, we have asked to take time off to transparent my name,” he said.
The Times of Israel says a allegations took place before Mr Keyes was allocated Mr Netanyahu’s unfamiliar media orator in 2016.
It quotes sources as observant that Mr Keyes had been asked to stay divided from certain offices in New York since of his behaviour.
The primary minister’s bureau pronounced it had supposed Mr Keyes’ ask to take time off, a journal added.
Responding on Twitter to Ms Salazar’s accusation, Ms Raice said: “I also had a terrible confront with David Keyes once and 100% trust her. we knew this would come out about him during some point.”
She indicted Mr Keyes of carrying “absolutely no source of a word ‘no'” and described him as a “predator”.
On Thursday, several Israeli politicians called on Mr Netanyahu to postpone Mr Keyes until a reports could be clarified.