due to his work as an attorney for former President Donald Trump after the 2020 election. These challenges include criminal charges, potential sanctions, and substantial legal expenses. In an effort to address some of his financial issues, Giuliani has recently listed his 3-bedroom Manhattan apartment for sale at a price of $6.5 million, according to CNN reports.
On top of the typical legal fees, Giuliani has been ordered by a judge to pay nearly $90,000 in sanctions related to a defamation case. Furthermore, his company is being charged $20,000 per month for hosting his electronic records, with an additional $15,000 or more for a search of these records. Additionally, Giuliani has been hit with a $57,000 judgment for unpaid company phone bills. In addition to these financial troubles, Giuliani is also currently involved in a personal lawsuit filed by a former employee, seeking $10 million in restitution for alleged sexual assault and harassment.
Despite these difficulties, Giuliani has chosen not to disclose any specific details regarding his financial situation. His attorneys have argued that providing a detailed financial report would only serve to embarrass Giuliani and draw attention to his misfortunes. It is worth noting that Giuliani's law license has been suspended, and he is now facing disbarment proceedings in both Washington D.C. and New York.
Adding to Giuliani's legal woes, a grand jury in Fulton County, Georgia recently indicted both Trump and Giuliani, along with 17 others, on state charges related to an alleged conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election. While Giuliani has not been charged in special counsel Jack Smith's 2020 election probe, he is identified as "Co-conspirator 1" in the federal indictment of Trump, which consists of four counts.
Overall, Rudy Giuliani finds himself in a complex legal predicament, with various proceedings and challenges in different jurisdictions. The current situation not only brings significant financial pressures but also poses potential professional consequences for Giuliani's legal career and reputation.