Trump’s ‘old friend and ally’ faces a shocking $10 million lawsuit, former employee ‘exposes his dark side’

Noelle Dunphy, a former employee, filed a lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani, the previous mayor of New York City, on Monday, May 15, 2023.

In her legal complaint, Dunphy is demanding $10 million in damages, alleging both sexual assault and wage theft against Giuliani.

Giuliani has fervently dismissed these allegations. However, the court documents portray a bleak scenario where an employee was purportedly expected to provide sexual services as part of her employment obligations.

Moreover, Dunphy argues that she was never compensated for her services rendered between 2019 to 2021 in the capacity of an unregistered business development director and public relations consultant.

Upon her hiring, Dunphy was offered an annual salary of $1 million. It was explained to her that her role was to be kept clandestine and her remuneration deferred due to Giuliani’s contentious divorce proceedings. However, according to Dunphy, she soon became cognizant of a purportedly darker reality.

The lawsuit posits, “Unfortunately, Giuliani’s seemingly generous offers were a sham motivated by his secret desire to pursue a sexual relationship with Ms. Dunphy – in total disregard for the restraint that should have protected her as his employee and client.”

The allegations detail that on Dunphy’s initial day of employment, Giuliani kissed her and requested “some flirtatious photos.” The conduct reportedly escalated thereafter. Dunphy alleges that he coerced her into engaging in both penetrative and oral sex, with a particular predilection for the latter during phone calls, as it made him “feel like Bill Clinton.”

It appears that Dunphy possesses purported evidence of Giuliani making objectionable remarks. “In addition to his sexual demands, Giuliani went on alcohol-drenched rants that included sexist, racist, and antisemitic remarks, which made the work environment unbearable,” the lawsuit charges. “Many of these comments were recorded.”

Responding to these allegations, Ted Goodman, an advisor to Giuliani, “unequivocally denies the allegations raised by Ms. Dunphy.” Goodman emphasizes that “every news outlet covering this story must include the fact that an ex-partner accused her” of strategizing to exploit wealthy men for financial gain. Goodman concluded by stating, “Mayor Giuliani’s lifetime of public service speaks for itself and he will pursue all available remedies and counterclaims.”

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