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Noelle Dunphy, 43, who is suing for $10 million in damages and unpaid wages,

Ms. Dunphy claims that she worked for Rudy Giuliani but he reneged on paying her the agreed upon wage.

According to her complaint her duties included:

  • oral sex while he took phone calls on speaker phone from high-profile friends and clients, including then-President Trump.
  • He made clear that satisfying his sexual demands – which came virtually anytime, anywhere – was an absolute requirement of her employment.”
  • Ms Dunphy claimed that Mr Giulani “took Viagra constantly” and that she “worked under the constant threat that Giuliani might demand sex from her at any moment.
  • When they were apart, they would often work remotely via videoconference, and during those conferences Giuliani almost always asked her to remove her clothes on camera.”

Ms. Dunphy worked for Guilani from 2019 until 2021. Her complaint doesn’t spell it out, but blow jobs were in her job description. She was employed for two years. Guess she met the requirements of the job. There is a term for that employment, public relations consultant. Take the “L” out of Public and her real occupation becomes clear. People who exchange sex for money are called prostitutes. Her complaint leads with the fact that Giulani stiffed her on her pay after he stiffed her in more a traditional manner.

I have a question for liberals. How many years does one have to give head jobs before deciding that it is harassment? In this instance it appears two years. Had the checks kept rolling in, is there such a thing as a time limit?

I recall a cartoon in Playboy that sums this up. A prostitute is seated at a desk in a police station. A detective is listening to her story. She explains: “I didn’t know I was raped until the check bounced.”