- Rudy Giuliani was attacked another litigation.
- This person claims he lied to police to get the man into prison.
- Mr Giuliani claimed the man hit him and called him a “fuck” and the video shows the man hitting him and calling him a “fuck”.
A former grocery store employee filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Rudy Giuliani and a group of police officers, alleging he lied to police after the former prosecutor and New York City mayor called Giuliani a “scoundrel.” claimed to have been imprisoned.
The lawsuit, which is being filed in federal court in Manhattan and seeks $2 million in damages, will see Giuliani campaigning in Staten Island for his son’s Railroad run for Governor of New York in June 2022. It stems from an incident when I was doing
Among them, former Shoprite employee Daniel Gill visited the store where Giuliani worked and “interacted with shoppers, shook hands, patted their backs and shoulders, patted their arms, I did a lot of different things,” he said. I was mostly telling him how great a person he is. “
But Gill said he wasn’t a big Giuliani fan and that he treated him differently.
“Plaintiff Daniel Gill worked for Shoprite for many years, in contrast to Giuliani who had not had an actual job for over ten years,” the complaint reads. “Plaintiff took time off from his job, walked up to defendant Giuliani, patted and patted him on the back, said, ‘What’s wrong with you, bastard,’ and walked away.”
Giuliani told police officers who arrived at the store that he wanted Gil to be arrested. According to the complaint, the man told officers that Gill had “beaten him” and was in pain. This is security camera footage It shows Gil hitting Giuliani on the back.
Gill was arrested and detained for 21 hours, according to the complaint. Prosecutors filed assault charges against Gil, they were later reduced to misdemeanor.
The charges were later dropped entirely, according to the complaint. A representative for the Richmond County District Attorney’s Office, who made the accusations, did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment.
The lawsuit charges Giuliani and police officers with wrongful arrest and wrongful imprisonment. Giuliani is also accused of defamation. The lawsuit alleges that Gill lost his job as a result of making false and disparaging public statements about Giuliani, and that subsequent media appearances made Gill appear “intoxicated or high.” claim.
“Defendant Giuliani lied that plaintiff told him, ‘No this, no that,’ and then he says he plans to kill the baby. Well, not the baby. You are going to kill a woman,” the complaint quoted Giuliani as saying.
This is the second lawsuit filed against Giuliani this week. On Monday, Noel Dunphy accused him of repeatedly sexually abusing him between 2019 and 2021 while he worked for her.
Giuliani has denied these allegations. A lawyer for Giuliani did not immediately respond to an insider’s request for comment on the Gill case.