In theory this is possible , depending on developments. For example,several years ago, the Greater Rabbinical Court turned down a wife’s appeal against the Haifa Rabbinical Court’s ruling obliging her to divorce because of her false accusations against her husband about assault and rape. It further held that she had no right to her “Ketuba”, maintenance, compensation or property.
The wife had complained to the police that her husband had attacked and raped her, but later went back on this, with Haifa District Court passing judgment proclaiming his innocence in criminal proceedings brought against him . The Greater Rabbinical Court backed up the first level judgment and held that the wife had ulterior financial motives – but the issue of money should come after matters of the soul. She had demanded 500,000 NIS for her ‘consent’ to divorce.
“In cases like this, where the wife makes very serious allegations against the husband, while refusing to accept a ‘get’ without conditions, we recommend first that the divoce be carried out immediately, and after the ‘get’ we will decide on monetary matters”, The Greater Rabbinical Court held.