Rudy Giuliani, who is being sued for more than a quarter-million dollars by his ex-wife, is reported to have a net worth of $40 million.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, when he ran for president in 2007, the former mayor of New York City openly reported his earnings.
Documents at the time indicated that his net worth was at least $18 million and might be as high as $70 million. According to the declaration, Giuliani earned $11.4 million in 2006 alone from 124 paid speeches.
More information regarding the 78-year-fortune old’s was revealed during his divorce procedures with his second wife, Judith. The couple reportedly had six residences and spent $230,000 per month to maintain their lavish lifestyle. Giuliani agreed to pay Judith $43,000 per month in child support immediately following their divorce in 2018. According to Celebrity Net Worth, she was demanding a raise to $63,000 per month.
According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Judith filed petitions in the Supreme Court of the State of New York on Tuesday, alleging that her ex spouse was withholding $262,000 from her under the terms of their divorce settlement. The money was intended to cover the costs of their Palm Beach, Florida, home, housekeeper, and special club membership.
Judith accused Giuliani of owing her $140,000 for their South Lake Drive, Palm Beach, property alone in a sworn document. In 2019, the mansion was listed for $3.3 million on the market. Judith states in the docs that Giuliani “is required to pay me $200,000 regardless of whether or not the property has been sold” as part of the divorce agreement. According to Judith, Giuliani has only handed her $60,000 thus far.
The complaint stated that Giuliani “has made inconsistent and infrequent payments to me, including a $10,000 check in June 2021 that was returned owing to insufficient funds.”
Judith also claimed that her ex-husband failed to “pay his part of the annual club membership dues.”
In court papers, she claims, “I had no choice but to pay his half of the dues… in order to be in good standing with the clubs.”
Giuliani, according to Judith, is capable of paying her the $262,000 she is requesting.
“He has many residences in New York City and Palm Beach,” she continued, “and it appears that he has large earnings from his media-related contracts and deals.”