A 70-page lawsuit filed on Monday has placed Rudy Giuliani, former New York City Mayor and staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump, in the hot seat. The suit, filed by Noelle Dunphy, Giuliani’s former Director of Development from 2019 to 2021, contains serious allegations of sexual harassment, assault, and wage theft.
According to Dunphy’s lawsuit, Giuliani allegedly subjected her to severe and frequent sexual harassment, demanding demeaning sexual favors as a prerequisite for employment. Moreover, Dunphy claims that she was deprived of her promised salary by several hundred thousand dollars.
The Rudy Giuliani sexual harassment lawsuit paints a disturbing picture of the ex-NYC mayor’s conduct, stating that he made it clear that satisfying his sexual demands was a requirement of her employment and legal representation. Dunphy further alleges that Giuliani forced her to work at his home and in hotel rooms, making himself available to exploit her at any given moment. She describes him as frequently intoxicated, leading to unpredictable and abusive behavior.
The lawsuit reveals graphic details, including instances of forced BDSM viewing, demands for nudity, and Giuliani’s alleged request for oral sex while conducting work calls to “feel like Bill Clinton.” These accounts paint Giuliani as a deeply problematic figure, and the evidence presented in the lawsuit, including thousands of text messages, emails, and recorded conversations, bolsters Dunphy’s claims.
Giuliani’s response to the allegations has been vehement denial, with his representative characterizing the lawsuit as harassment and extortion. However, Dunphy’s evidence, including recorded conversations and extensive documentation, may pose a significant challenge to Giuliani’s defense.
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