Trump’s Closest Ally Facing New Charges

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( – Noelle Dunphy, a former director of business development for many of Rudy Giuliani’s companies, has accused former President Donald Trump’s former attorney of sexual assault and harassment in a wide-ranging lawsuit.

In her lawsuit filed on Monday, Dunphy claims that Giuliani during the last two years of the Trump administration, when she was working for him, had abused his power, not paid her wages, and sexually assaulted and harassed her. The case was filed before the Supreme Court of the State of New York.

Dunphy is now looking for $10 million in compensation from Giuliani for all the damages, threats, and sexual remarks she had endured during her time working for him. According to the lawsuit, Giuliani had stated that satisfying his sexual demands was going to be a requirement during her time working for him.

The lawsuit further states that Giuliani had “worked aggressively” to bring Dunphy on the team in 2019 and had allegedly started abusing her as soon as she started working for him. In the 70-page suit, it is alleged that Dunphy was soon required to work from his home or from a hotel room and she would need to be available to him at all times.

The suit also claims that Giuliani “took Viagra constantly” and Dunphy had to work under the constant threat that he might make sexual demands. Dunphy also had to deal with many of Giuliani’s “sexist, racist, and antisemitic remarks.”

In the lawsuit, it is also stated that the Trump attorney sold presidential pardons for $2 million which was equally split between himself and Trump.

Ted Goodman, a spokesperson for Giuliani denied all of the allegations and has claimed that Giuliani is going to be fighting against all of these accusations.

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