Donald Trump’s former lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has suggested the former president has not paid some of his legal fees in a new bankruptcy filing.
He listed a “possible claim for unpaid legal fees against Donald J. Trump” in response to a question about any potential outstanding claims but did not specify how much he might be owed.
Giuliani declared bankruptcy in December after he was ordered to pay two Georgia election workers $148 million in damages relating to his 2020 election conspiracies.
A new filing submitted to the US Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York outlines Giuliani’s financial situation and claims his monthly net income is just $2,308.
The New York Times previously reported that Giuliani had repeatedly unsuccessfully appealed to Trump to pay his overdue legal fees.
The report said that Giuliani believes he is owed “millions of dollars” for his efforts to try to keep Trump in power.
Giuliani’s financial issues are well-documented, and he has often said he can’t afford to pay his legal bills.
His recent efforts to raise money for legal fees resulted in him netting just $1 million from 13 donors.
As Trump’s personal lawyer, Giuliani led the charge to try to prove the former president’s baseless claims of electoral fraud in the 2020 election.
Trump and Giuliani were criminally charged in Georgia state court, along with 17 others, in August for trying to overturn the results of the election in the state.
He is also being sued by the voting machine manufacturers Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic over defamation claims.
On Friday, a federal jury saddled Trump with $83.3 million in damages in the E. Jean Carroll’s defamation trial against him.