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Giuliani in Hot Waters, Sued by Election Workers Again After Winning $148M From Previous Lawsuit

Giuliani in Hot Waters, Sued by Election Workers Again After Winning $148M From Previous Lawsuit

Two election workers from Georgia are suing Rudy Giuliani once more after winning a slander case against the former mayor of New York City.

In an attempt to stop Giuliani from saying anything more disparaging about them, Ruby Freeman and Wandrea “Shaye” Moss filed a second complaint on Monday. The former mayor maintained his initial claims that Freeman and Moss meddled in the 2020 presidential race in remarks he made last week outside of court, according to the lawsuit.

Giuliani’s remarks were made shortly before a jury decided he had to compensate the election workers for almost $148 million in damages for fabricating allegations that they had committed ballot fraud, and shortly after he had been found guilty of making remarks of the same nature.

The women’s attorneys brought up in their final arguments that Giuliani has made the same false claims before, most recently when he spoke to the media outside the courthouse during the damages trial.

Giuliani is currently dealing with other legal issues, including accusations in Fulton County, Georgia, about his purported plan to tamper with the results of the 2020 election. This recent case is one of them. Giuliani has declared that the accusations are politically motivated and entered a not-guilty plea.

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