A man has  filed a sexual assault complaint against ZAKA cofounder and chair Yehuda Meshi-Zahav, who has been accused of rape and other sex crimes by at least half a dozen people.

Police opened an investigation against Meshi-Zahav last week following the bombshell report from the Haaretz daily detailing allegations against him, but initially struggled to find anyone who would file a complaint.

The alleged victim, reportedly a man in his 40s, arrived at the Lahav 433 serious crime unit  and told investigators that Meshi-Zahav had molested him when he was 14 and tried to rape him and said the assaults continued for a period of time.

KAN's Mark Weiss spoke about the case with Manny Waks, CEO of VoiCSA, an organization that combats child sex abuse in the Orthodox community.