America’s mayor and President Trump’s personal counsel isn’t playing nice with his future ex-wife.
A Manhattan divorce judge said Wednesday that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his estranged wife Judith Nathan are headed toward a bitter matrimonial trial.
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Michael Katz ripped the parties for failing to make “any progress in [the] direction” of a settlement in the year-old case.
“I think we’re going to be moving this case along to a lengthy and unpleasant trial but so be it,” Katz said. “We’ll do what we need to do to resolve this case.”
The proceeding has gotten so petty that Giuliani has accused Nathan of failing to disclose a bank account with just $100 in it to him.
Her lawyers said the mix up was due to the fact that he rerouted her mail to come to him.
Giuliani was scolded by Katz at one point after a series of outbursts in which he called one of his wife’s claims “bulls–t!”
“Mr. Giuliani, don’t interrupt the proceeding,” the irked judge said.
“You have lawyers representing you,” he told Giuliani. “You’re not the lawyer.”
Katz referred to the proceeding as “a circus” as he pressed both sides to comply with court orders he’s already issued.
Giuliani was accused of failing to pay the nursing home tab for Nathan’s mother — which he was ordered to do.
He claimed to be up to date on the bills even though he complained he wasn’t receiving them.
“It never comes to me directly,” he muttered. “God dammit.”
They are battling over millions of dollars and multiple properties — in the Hamptons, Manhattan and Florida.
The split was sparked by Giuliani’s affair with Dr. Maria Rosa Ryan, who he was supporting financially.
Each spouse claims to have a $230,000-plus monthly budget.