Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and Donald Trump's personal attorney, has filed for bankruptcy in the aftermath of a $148 million defamation judgment and mounting legal bills. This dramatic move throws a spotlight on Giuliani's dwindling finances and the consequences of his involvement in contentious legal battles.
The bankruptcy filing comes just days after a Georgia jury ordered Giuliani to pay $148 million in damages to two poll workers he falsely accused of election fraud. This massive judgment, one of the largest defamation awards in U.S. history, was a major blow to Giuliani's already. . .