Rudy Giuliani started his career as a federal prosecutor for the Southern District of New York (the same office Paul Giamatti’s character in the TV series “Billions” held), then served for two-terms as mayor of America’s largest city (at the time), New York.
Now, after serving as former President Trump’s personal attorney, Giuliani is inundated with unpaid bills and legal problems and is among the many co-defendants in the Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis' RICO case against his former boss.
Giuliani is accused of soliciting public officials to violate their oaths of office, conspiring to commit forgery by submitting a false slate of electors and making false statements during committee and subcommittee meetings of Georgia’s Legislature.
According to reports, Giuliani has so many legal bills that he hasn't been paying them on time.
In fact, his own former lawyers have filed a suit against him alleging he owes them over $1.3 million dollars. Giuliani is so broke, even his accountants are suing him.
Giuliani had hired BST & Co. CPAs, which is based in upstate New York, in 2018 to value his business assets during his divorce from Judith Nathan. The firm filed a lawsuit on Monday stating that Giuliani never paid them the $10,000 retainer they agreed on. BST is also seeking $15,000 in legal fees.
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