Noelle Dunphy, a business consultant and writer, has leveled accusations against Rudy Giuliani, claiming he harassed her during her tenure as his associate from 2019 to 2021. Employed during the final two years of Trump’s administration, Dunphy declared her plans to sue the former president for $3.1 million in January. In a federal lawsuit filed in New York City, she alleges that Giuliani insisted she engage in oral sex while he was conversing with Trump on the phone and compelled her to provide false information to the FBI.
Noelle Dunphy, a business consultant and published writer, has made a startling accusation against Rudy Giuliani, alleging harassment during her employment as his associate from 2019 to 2021, a period when he served as Donald Trump’s personal attorney.
In a federal lawsuit filed in Manhattan, the 44-year-old contends that for two years, she endured consistent sexual harassment from her high-profile former employer, who had his law license suspended after his involvement in defending Trump following the 2020 election.
The explosive filing includes allegations that Giuliani frequently and unexpectedly demanded oral sex, sometimes while on speakerphone with Trump. Additionally, Dunphy claims she was coerced into providing false information to the FBI during their investigation into Giuliani.
While working for the ex-mayor in the final two years of Trump’s administration, Dunphy claims she was compelled to maintain secrecy about the arrangement due to Giuliani’s ongoing divorce proceedings with his long-time wife, Judith.
Throughout this period, Dunphy alleges that she was obliged to work off-the-books, with Giuliani, aged 78, informing her that her compensation would be deferred, and her employment had to remain ‘secret’ until the divorce proceedings concluded. This secrecy, according to Dunphy, was motivated by concerns about potential reprisals from Giuliani’s former spouse.