(FixThisNation.com) – A woman who alleges that she worked for Rudy Giuliani in the last two years of the Trump administration had filed a wide-ranging lawsuit against Giuliani, the former president’s personal attorney.
In the 70-page complaint filed in a state court in New York on Monday, it is alleged that Giuliani had discussed selling presidential pardons and even had planned how to overturn the 2020 presidential election results. The woman who filed the lawsuit on Monday, Noelle Dunphy also accused Giuliani who hired her in January 2019, of having sexually assaulted and harassed her as well as made several “sexist, racist and antisemitic remarks.” She further claims that he had refused to pay her for her work.
Dunphy, who has claimed she has recordings from her encounters with Giuliani is now seeking $10 million in compensatory and punitive damages. Allegedly Giuliani had hired her for $1 million a year, including additional expenses and pro bono legal representation for a domestic abuse case against a former partner. However, following her hiring Dunphy claimed that Giuliani had hid her employment and only paid her around $12,000 and reimbursed some of her expenses. This would mean that he still owes her $1,988,000 in unpaid wages, which is what she should have received until her time of firing in January 2021.
She further alleges that during her time working for Giuliani, he had spoken about selling pardons for $2 million.
A spokesperson for Giuliani denied the allegations that Dunphy has made and claimed that he would “pursue all available remedies and counterclaims.”
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