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What evidence does Noelle Dunphy have to support her claims of sexual abuse by Rudy Giuliani?

Former Giuliani employee is suing him for $10 million for sexual abuse, evidence for which is laid out in emails and recordings, while working for him.

Former Giuliani employee has recordings of alleged sexual misconduct

Rudy Giuliani is facing a $10 million lawsuit brought against him by Noelle Dunphy who worked for him for two years between January 2019 and 2021. She alleges that the now disbarred New York lawyer and once personal attorney to then-President Trump unlawfully abused his power, stole nearly $2 million of her wages and committed “wide-ranging sexual assault” among other misconduct.

He hired her promising to pay her $1 million per year plus expenses as well as provide her legal representation in an ongoing legal dispute with an abusive ex-partner. However, in reality she claims that he simply wanted to “pursue a sexual relationship” and that the “seemingly generous offers were a sham.” Besides requiring sexual favors from her, she accuses him of creating an “unbearable” workplace where a drunken Giuliani would go on “rants that included sexist, racist, and antisemitic remarks.”

What evidence does Noelle Dunphy have to support her claims of sexual abuse and harassment by Rudy Giuliani?

In the 70-page lawsuit filed in New York Supreme Court her attorney says that she has recordings of interactions with Giuliani and text messages. The filing also says that she has at least 23,000 emails belonging to one of Giuliani’s accounts that were loaded onto her computer by him for the purpose of helping him monitor and respond to them.

Some of those were prior to her being hired and were sensitive emails that contained privileged information including communications concerning President Trump, his family and people that surrounded him while he was in the White House. Additionally, emails with foreign leaders, people in the media and business.

What claims of sexual abuse and harassment does Noelle Dunphy allege in her lawsuit?

Dunphy’s lawsuit is full of lurid allegations of sexual abuse and harassment by Giuliani. She claims that he was “constantly” taking Viagra and drinking alcohol “morning, noon, and night, and was frequently intoxicated.” She claims that he “would look to Ms. Dunphy, point to his erect penis, and tell her that he could not do any work until ‘you take care of this.’” Dunphy says that she was forced to perform oral sex on Giuliani while he “took phone calls on speaker phone from high-profile friends and clients, including then-President Trump.”

While she claims that the sexual abuse started “almost immediately” after she began working for Giuliani, she refused to have sexual intercourse with him at first. However, on 25 February 2019, he forced he to have sex with him telling her he would not wait any longer to have sex with her, she alleges. The suit states that “she never consented to intercourse, but she eventually stopped resisting because it was clear that he would not stop pressuring her.”

Dunphy also claims that Giuliani disregarded her requests that he stop after pleading that the “physical violence, domineering behavior, and abusive language was triggering and re-traumatizing for her” having been previously exposed to an abusive relationship. Nevertheless, he would use derogatory terms for her while they were having sex including calling her “Rudy’s slut” according to the legal filing.

He would also discuss his interest in bondage, dominance, sadism, and masochism (BDSM) as well as trying to make her watch movies and TV shows that contained scenes of sexual violence or degradation. She claims that Giuliani also requested that she engage in such acts with him but that she refused.

During the pandemic when they were remote working he wasn’t able to physically assault her, but she says that he would force her to disrobe during videoconferences she had with him for work.


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