Beitar owner Moshe Hogeg placed under house arrest

Beitar owner Moshe Hogeg has been placed under house arrest

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Businessman Moshe Hogeg, owner of the Jerusalem soccer team Beitar, was placed under house arrest after nearly a month in prison. This was reported by The Times of Israel.

Previously, Hogeg and seven other people were arrested on suspicion of involvement in alleged cryptocurrency fraud.

According to the case documents, Hogeg is suspected 21 crimes, including money laundering, theft, fraud, as well as a number of sex crimes.

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