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Rudy Giuliani says forcing him to sell Florida condo could make him ‘join the ranks of the homeless’

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Rudy Giuliani is facing mounting pressure from creditors seeking to recoup the $148 million defamation judgment against him.

Creditors filed a motion to force the sale of Giuliani’s Florida condo, claiming it drained resources.

Giuliani objected, arguing he needs the condo as a residence and for his podcast business to earn money to pay creditors.

He claims selling now would harm him if the judgment is overturned on appeal.

Giuliani values the condo at $3.5 million, his second most valuable asset after a New York apartment.

Creditors have discussed forcing Giuliani to sue Donald Trump, whom Giuliani claims owes him money for overturning 2020 election results, but Giuliani insists any debt is not owed by Trump.

“Mayor Giuliani will not be suing President Trump,” Giuliani’s political advisor stated.

Giuliani’s former mother-in-law recently passed away, which could potentially provide an unexpected source of funds as Giuliani had been paying her $13,500 monthly as part of his divorce from ex-wife Judith.

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