Former employee takes legal action against Rudy Giuliani for alleged rape, also accuses him of selling pardons and other crimes

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When E. Jean Carroll pursued a civil case against Donald Trump, it wasn’t just a blow to Trump. It was also a high profile test case for a recently passed law in New York that allows rape victims to seek civil damages even after the criminal statute of limitations has expired.

Now that Carroll has won her case in court against a former United States President, it’s opened the door for other women to trust that they can also get vindication through the court system. Accordingly, a former employee of Rudy Giuliani is now bringing a civil case against him in New York for alleged rape. She even reportedly has recordings of Giuliani making inappropriate remarks toward her. But there’s more.

As important as any case involving alleged rape is, this particular case also involves a number of other allegations of different kinds of crimes. Noelle Dunphy, who’s bringing the suit against Giuliani, is also accusing him of selling pardons and of urging her not to cooperate with the FBI. If proven, these would be felonies (as is rape). So even though this is a civil suit, it won’t be shocking if the DOJ ends up seeking Dunphy’s cooperation in its presumably still-ongoing criminal probe into Giuliani for 2020 election fraud.

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