Accusations of Sexual Harassment Leveled Against Ex-Trump Lawyer

A woman has filed a lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani, a former mayor of New York and a former lawyer for Donald Trump, accusing him of repeatedly harassing and sexually harassing her while working for the former president.

In her 70-page lawsuit, plaintiff Noelle Dunphy says that while working for Trump’s former lawyer between January 2019 and January 2021, she was subjected to a barrage of inappropriate comments and “sexual requests” from her employer.

Dunphy filed a lawsuit in a New York court, ruling out the charges against her former employer.

In her lawsuit, the plaintiff does not use the word “rape” to describe the sexual abuse she claims she suffered at the hands of Giuliani, but details an incident confirming that her former employer forced her to have sex during a night of drinking in his apartment. on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

The plaintiff stated that she had audio recordings proving that her former boss sexually harassed her, and that he drank large amounts of alcohol and used Viagra in public.

According to Dunphy, Giuliani asked her for sexual favors “while receiving hands-free phone calls from well-known friends and clients, including Trump.” , was an absolute requirement to hire her, and that he promised her an annual salary of one million dollars.

Dunphy accuses his former employer of failing to pay financial contributions and is seeking a total of $10 million in damages.

Giuliani’s lawyer denied that Dunphy worked for his client or any company associated with him.

Source: abc news

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