Ryan E.
December 16, 2023

Giuliani Ordered To Pay $148M To Former Georgia Election Workers

Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and a former lawyer for Donald Trump has just received a staggering legal blow.

Giuliani was ordered to pay two former Georgia election workers suing him for defamation nearly $150 million.

Giuliani’s net worth prior to the court order was a little less than $50 million.

This $148 million-dollar tally will most certainly be the end of him financially.

Days prior to learning the outcome of the case, Giuliani promised to provide testimony in his own defense, then dropped out at the last minute.

The reason for Giuliani’s strange behavior is still yet to be confirmed.

That decision to refrain from testifying could very well have cost him $148 million.

Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss, the plaintiffs in the case, did testify, however.

During Moss’ testimony, she told the jury “I was afraid for my life. I literally felt like someone going to come and attempt to hang me and there’s nothing that anyone will be able to do about it. I now am very anxious. I have these nonstop anxious sweats. I have a lot of dark moments. I no longer go out. I will not be caught out anywhere alone, ever…. I look totally different; I gained, like, 70 pounds. I stress eat. I cry a lot. I’m just this whole new stressed-out person.”

The court ordered Giuliani to pay Freeman and Moss each $20 million for emotional distress, $16 million for defamation, and another $75 million to cover punitive damages.

While Giuliani did not testify in court, he spoke up outside of the courthouse and told reporters exactly what he believed to be true.

“Everything I said about them is true.… They were engaged in changing votes,” Giuliani said.

Do you think this means anything in terms of what might happen to Trump?

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