Rudy Giuliani deposition in bankruptcy case could happen in a matter of days, latest filing indicates

Rudy Giuliani

Rudy Giuliani (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Attorneys representing Rudy Giuliani’s creditors in his bankruptcy case on Monday continued to excoriate him for appearing to provide false, inaccurate, and incomplete information in financial filings. In a letter to the court, Giuliani’s creditors said that the documents provided by him revealed a “disturbing pattern” in which the former New York City mayor’s solely-owned company seemed to be raking in tens of thousands of dollars each month while he continues to report no income.

The letter was penned by counsel for the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors, which was updating the court on Giuliani’s required Monthly Operating Reports. Noting that Giuliani’s February and March reports were both filed late and were riddled with “mistakes and inaccuracies,” the Committee is claiming that Giuliani’s more recent disclosures have raised more questions than they’ve answered.

The committee represents defamed Georgia election worker Shaye Moss, Dominion Voting Systems — the voting technology company Giuliani insisted must have rigged the 2020 election in favor of President Joe Biden — and Noelle Dunphy, a former Giuliani employee who sued and accused him of sexual assault, harassment, and fostering a hostile work environment while not paying her for her work.

As the committee brought up during a May 14 hearing in the case, Giuliani has “never reported income on his monthly operating reports,” despite other filings in the case clearly showing that he was making money from his now-cancelled talk radio show and podcasts. Giuliani’s attorney on May 22 sent a letter to the committee describing Giuliani’s income, which the committee said only raised more red flags.

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