Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife has reportedly agreed a plea deal with prosecutors over allegations she misused state funds, BBC reports.
Sara Netanyahu was charged with fraud and breach of trust last June.
She was accused of spending $99,300 on outside catering while falsely declaring there were no cooks available at the PM's residence.
Israeli media say Ms Netanyahu has now agreed to reimburse the state $12,440 and pay another $2,770 as a fine.
She will also reportedly admit to a lesser charge of exploiting the mistake of another person.