An Israeli woman is alleging she was attacked by the Biden administration's Secret Service.
"A U.S. Secret Service agent who was part of President Joe Biden’s security detail while he was visiting Israel in July is being sued for brutally assaulting an Israeli woman outside a bar in Jerusalem," reported Breitbart.
"The agent, who was off-duty at the time of the alleged assault and has not been named, was detained by Israeli police and sent back to the U.S., according to the outlet.
The off-duty agent was in the Israeli capital before Biden’s planned visit the following day.
"According to the lawsuit, the assailant was intoxicated when he attacked Tamar Ben-Haim in an alleyway at 1 a.m. before he was pulled away by a second agent. Fox News reported the men were members of the Secret Service’s Counter Assault Team," Breitbart reports.
The agent allegedly "held Tamar tightly, hit her on her chest, repeatedly, slapped her, causing her earring and earphone to fall to the ground," the complaint stated.
"I was in total shock. He was so strong," Tamar told Fox News shortly following the attack, adding that he beat her "over and over" like a "punching bag."
"He was so strong…I couldn’t even attempt to defend myself. In my head, I was thinking, 'you won’t survive this. This is the end of your life,'" Tamar said.
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