Rudy Giuliani is staring down hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal bills and sanctions amid numerous lawsuits in addition to the new criminal charges – related to his work for Donald Trump after the 2020 election.
In court on Monday, the former New York City mayor said the legal quagmires have left him effectively out of cash. He even appears to have responded to some of the money crunch by listing for sale a 3-bedroom Manhattan apartment he owns for $6.5 million.
Not including standard legal fees, Giuliani faces nearly $90,000 in sanctions from a judge in a defamation case, a $20,000 monthly fee to a company to host his electronic records, $15,000 or more for a search of his records, and even a $57,000 judgment against his company for unpaid phone bills.
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NEW: Giuliani is facing massive legal bills and is short on cash. His lawyers said in a filing this week that “producing a detailed financial report is only meant to embarrass Mr. Giuliani and draw attention to his misfortunes.” W/ @kpolantz @Tierney_Megan https://t.co/bOezXayh2X
— Jeremy Herb (@jeremyherb) August 16, 2023