Case: Rabbi Freundel

Freundel settlement gets final OK

October 24th, 2018

BY JARED FORETEK A judge granted final approval Monday to the $14.25 million settlement reached by Kesher Israel Congregation and Rabbi Barry Freundel’s voyeurism victims. According to the settlement, approved by District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Brian Holeman, any woman who disrobed at the National Capital Mikvah (the ritual bath where Freundel installed a […]

Read More

Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP: Court Grants Final Approval of $14.25 Million Settlement in Rabbi Freundel Secret Videotaping Case

October 22nd, 2018

Payments to be Sent to Class Members WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — This morning, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia granted final approval of the $14.25 million class action settlement arising from Rabbi Bernard Freundel’s secret videotaping of females without their consent at the National Capital Mikvah facility in Washington, DC. As […]

Read More

Court Grants $14.25 Million Settlement In Rabbi Freundel Secret Videotaping Case

October 22nd, 2018

The $14.25 million class action settlement represents the beginning of closure for hundreds of Rabbi Freundel’s victims. By Jewish Business News This morning (Monday) the Superior Court of the District of Columbia granted final approval of the $14.25 million class-action settlement arising from Rabbi Bernard Freundel’s secret videotaping of females without their consent at the […]

Read More

Voyeur Rabbi’s Victims to Get $25,000 Each

September 12th, 2018

By Peggy Sands Fifty-two women secretly videotaped by an Orthodox rabbi in Georgetown between 2004 and 2014 as they undressed to immerse in a mikvah, a Jewish ritual bath, will get $25,000 each if a settlement reached between them and four Jewish organizations is approved by a D.C. judge. A number of others who had […]

Read More

Court Grants Preliminary Approval Of Settlement In Rabbi Freundel Secret Videotaping Case

September 7th, 2018

Notice to be Sent to Class Members WASHINGTON, Sept. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — This morning, the Superior Court of the District of Columbia granted preliminary approval of the class action settlement arising from Rabbi Bernard Freundel’s secret videotaping of females without their consent at the National Capital Mikvah facility in Washington, DC. As directed by […]

Read More

Judge Approves $14.25M Settlement For Victims Of Convicted Rabbi

September 7th, 2018

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WJZ) — A judge has preliminarily approved a $14.25 million settlement in a lawsuit against a DC rabbi convicted of voyeurism, and Friday’s decision was years in the making. Victims of the former Towson University professor Rabbi Bernard Freundel was convicted of secretly recorded dozens of naked women in a Jewish ritual. Now […]

Read More

Victims of Voyeur Rabbi Reach $14.25M Settlement in Mikveh Case

August 31st, 2018

Author: Preston James The many victims of the voyeuristic Rabbi Bernard “Barry” Freundel of Washington, DC have finally reached a settlement in the amount of $14.25 million with four Jewish organizations. Having lingered for years in the courts, the settlement signifies closure in an ugly scandal that has shaken the Orthodox Jewish community to its […]

Read More

Victims of rabbi filming ritual baths reach settlement

August 30th, 2018

Agence France Presse WASHINGTON: Victims of a prominent Washington rabbi who for years secretly videotaped women as they used a ritual bath reached a $14.25 million settlement with four Jewish organizations, their lawyer confirmed late Wednesday. The settlement covers over 150 women filmed by Bernard “Barry” Freundel, along with other women who undressed where the […]

Read More

Voyeur Rabbi Case May End In $14M Settlement With Jewish Groups

August 30th, 2018

Victims of Rabbi Barry Freundel are seeking a multi-million-dollar settlement. By Elizabeth Janney, Patch Staff WASHINGTON, DC — The victims of Rabbi Barry Freundel — the former Towson University professor in prison for recording women in a sacred bath in Washington, D.C. — have reportedly reached a $14.25 million settlement. Prosecutors alleged there were at […]

Read More

Victims of voyeur-rabbi with Baltimore ties reach $14.25 million settlement

August 30th, 2018

Michelle Boorstein, Tara Bahrampour The Washington Post Victims of a prominent Orthodox rabbi and former Towson University professor who spied for years on women in a ritual bath in Washington have reached a $14.25 million settlement with four Jewish organizations, the rabbi’s former synagogue announced Tuesday. The settlement, which must be approved by a judge, […]

Read More
Back to Top