A woman who claims she worked for Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s former personal attorney, alleged in a sweeping lawsuit that in the last two years of the Trump administration alleged in a sweeping lawsuit that Giuliani discussed selling Presidential pardons and detailed plans to revoke the 2020 election results.
In a 70-page complaint filed Monday (May 15) in New York state court, Noelle Dunphy said Giuliani hired her in January 2019, Trump’s former personal attorney sexually assaulted and harassed her, refused to pay her, and frequently made “sexist, racist, and antisemitic remarks.”
Dunphy added that she had recordings of many of Guiliani’s interactions with her.
Dunphy, who is seeking $10 million in compensatory and punitive damages, said Giuliani hired her at an annual salary of $1 million a year alongside expenses and pro bono legal representation in a former partner’s domestic violence case.
But Dunphy, who claims that once she was hired, Giuliani kept her employment “secret” and only paid her about $12,000 alongside reimbursements for business expenses, owes her $1,988,000 in unpaid wages.
Dunphy revealed her employment was terminated in January 2021.
Giuliani denied the allegations through a spokesperson, Ted Goodman, who shared through a written statement that the former New York City was “unequivocally” denying the allegations made by Ms. Dunphy.
The statement suggests Giuliani’s “lifetime of public service” speaks for itself, explaining the former New York City mayor intends to pursue all available legal remedies and counterclaims.
Dunphy claimed in her lawsuit that Giuliani spoke about a Presidential pardon. She said Giuliani claimed he was untouchable and said he sold $2 million in pardons that he and then-President Donald Trump would share.