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Rudy Giuliani launches coffee brand amid bankruptcy case and legal woes 

He is back to work again.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani launched a coffee brand on Monday as he crawls out of a mountain of debt and battles multiple criminal charges.

For $29.99, you get two pounds of “the finest beans imaginable,” Giuliani said.

“If I put my name on something, I truly believe in it,” the 79-year-old said in a promotional video promoting three different blends of “Rudy Coffee.”

Each bag of coffee sells for $29.99.

The coffee, made with “100% Arabica” beans, comes in three blends: bold, decaf, and morning.

All bags feature Giuliani’s face, a bold blend of images of a young-looking former prosecutor, three men who look like New York gangsters, and the Statue of Liberty.

The bag has the slogan “Fight for Justice” written on it.

“It’s no exaggeration to say this is the best coffee I’ve ever had,” Giuliani said in the one-minute ad. “Smooth, rich, chocolate flavored and gentle on the stomach.”

“I recommend drinking it black because it’s so delicious,” he added.

Giuliani said on his podcast “America’s Mayor Live” that the coffee was “my invention and Dr. Maria’s invention.” Dr. Maria is Giuliani’s girlfriend, Dr. Maria Ryan, a hospital administrator in New Hampshire.

Giuliani filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in December last year.
The former mayor sells three types of “Rudy Coffee.”

Mr. Giuliani recently suspended his $15,000-a-month radio appearance on WABC from show owner John Casimati because he refused to stop promoting conspiracy theories about the 2020 election on “The Rudy Giuliani Show.” He was suspended by Mr. Dis.

His lawyers say the show is one of Giuliani’s last remaining sources of income, the other being his Social Security benefits.

The former mayor filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last December, a week after a jury ordered him to pay a $148 million civil judgment to two former Georgia election officials. .

Mr. Giuliani was found guilty of defaming mother and daughter Ruby Freeman and Shay Moss, accusing them of fraudulent voting during the 2020 presidential election in Fulton County.

Apart from the civil judgment, his debts also include $1.4 million in unpaid legal fees, a $700,000 IRS tab and another $260,000 to the New York state tax authority, according to court filings.

He promised the New York State Bankruptcy Court in January that he would limit his spending to $43,000 per month during the process, but he reportedly spent nearly $120,000 that month, according to the New York Times. There is.

“America’s Mayor” also claimed in bankruptcy court that the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee are still owed $2 million in legal fees to challenge President Trump’s election loss.

Giuliani has been charged in both Georgia and Arizona with conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election results.

Giuliani, who turns 80 on May 28, was sentenced to prison in the Arizona case during a birthday party in Palm Beach, Florida, over the weekend.

A spokesperson for Mr. Giuliani did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.

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