Rudy Giuliani, a former Mayor of New York City and advisor to Donald Trump, has issued a statement in response to serious allegations made by a former employee. Noelle Dunphy, 43, has filed a 70-page legal complaint accusing Giuliani of sexual harassment and wage theft.
Dunphy is seeking $10 million in damages, along with attorney fees.
According to the complaint, Dunphy was hired by Giuliani in 2019 with an annual salary of $1 million. Her role was to assist Giuliani with “business development” matters.
A spokesperson for Giuliani acknowledged that he and Dunphy had a “romantic relationship” during Giuliani’s divorce but denied that Dunphy was employed by any business or associated with Giuliani’s work, as reported by The Daily News.
In a brief response to the allegations, Giuliani issued a statement to the Gateway Pundit on Wednesday morning:
“I dated Noelle for approximately 2 months in early 2019. I found out she was kicked out of several luxury hotels for suspicion of prostitution.”
“I also found out that she scammed, elderly men by claiming rape. I broke up with her, and she continued to try to reach out to me. Even following me to several events and asking to take pictures.”
“She was absolutely never employed. She illegally taped me and illegally went in my email.” – Rudy Giuliani
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