The husband of the brave Orthodox Jewish teen whose testimony helped convict the once-prominent Jewish counselor who sexually abused her is receiving death threats, The Post has learned.
“I know my Jewish rights . . . I am allowed to kill you and that [is] what I am going to do,” a thuggish coward posted Monday on the Facebook page of Boorey Deutsch, husband of imprisoned perv Nechemya Weberman’s now-18-year-old victim.
“I AM GOING TO KILL YOU WITH IN THE NEXT THREE YEARS you may be stronger than one thousand satmar people but not stronger than a gun bullet,” the posting raged.
The Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office is investigating the threat, spokeswoman Mia Goldberg confirmed.
“If he can write such things, he might be able to actually do it. My body got very cold,” Deutsch told The Post. “I’m willing to do anything in the world to get him locked up.”
The threat was posted by what appeared to be a fake account for a “Ben Weiss” under one of the couple’s wedding photos.
Weberman’s victim and her family have suffered constant harassment and intimidation at the hands of his supporters.
Weberman was convicted last year of abusing Deutsch’s wife for three years in his locked office beginning when she was just 12 years old. He is currently serving 50 years behind bars.