Rudy Giuliani’s wife Judith files for divorce - MRCAESAR.COM

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Rudy Giuliani’s wife Judith files for divorce


Rudy and Judi are splitsville.
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his wife of 15 years, Judith, are getting a divorce.
Judith filed for a contested divorce on Wednesday in Manhattan Supreme Court, signaling a fight over assets. They are each headed for their third divorce.
The reasons for the separation were unclear.
“How'd they stay married for 15 years? That's a better question!” a source close to the former mayor said.
The estranged couple was in the headlines just last month, when Axios reported that Giuliani had made a tasteless joke at Mar-a-Lago about Hillary Clinton that bombed with Judith, 63.
“Hillary was also here,” Giuliani, 73, said to a room of Republican donors, according to Axios. “And she actually fit through the door.”
Judith, a registered nurse, reportedly gave her husband a “most foul look.”
President Trump later told the crowd, “I'm just glad I didn't say it.”
Giuliani had two kids, Andrew and Caroline, with his second wife, Donna Hanover. Hanover and Giuliani were married for 20 years. Prior to that, Giuliani was married for 14 years to his second cousin, Regina Peruggi.
Rudy and Judith Giuliani (RICHARD CORKERY /NEW YORK DAILY NEWS )
Judith has a daughter, Whitney, from a previous marriage.
Giuliani famously fell for his wife at a cigar bar in 1999 while he was mayor and still married to Hanover.
Giuliani and Judith kept their affair secret for a year before he announced their love to the world — and Hanover — during a news conference.
“Judith Nathan is a very, very fine person,” the Republican said at the notorious presser. “She's been a very good friend to me.”
Giuliani's split from Hanover was so acrimonious that in 2001 a judge issued a temporary restraining order barring Judith from Gracie Mansion.
The News broke the story in 2007 that Judith had been married twice before tying the knot with Giuliani — not once, as she initially claimed.
“Hopefully if you learn anything from being married before, it's that you learn from your mistakes. We look forward to growing old together,” Judith, told the News at the time.
During Giuliani's short-lived stint as the front-runner for the Republican nomination for president in 2008, Judith developed a reputation as a big spender who splurged on clothes and jewelry.
Efforts to reach Giuliani were unsuccessful. A woman who answered the phone at the “Nathan residence” said no one was available to comment.

- ny news 

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