Rudy Giuliani was scolded by a judge Wednesday morning during a hearing in his divorce case, The New York Daily News reports.
Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Michael Katz told Giuliani to stop interrupting the proceeding after he called one of his wife’s claims “bulls—t.”
“You have lawyers representing you,” he told Giuliani. “You’re not the lawyer.”
Giuliani was responding to a remark by his estranged wife, Judith Nathan, about a pending asset appraisal.
Nathan filed for divorce last April after Giuliani publicly stepped out with a woman he was alleged to have had an affair with.
Giuliani denies the affair happened.
Katz referred to the proceedings as a “circus” and “unpleasant” and said, “we’ll do what we need to do to resolve this case.”
Giuliani during the hearing accused Nathan of hiding a bank account from him which held $100. Nathan’s lawyers said the bank account was an oversight because Giuliani re-routed the couple’s mail.
Nathan accused Giuliani of violating a previous court order for failing to pay for her mother’s medical bills. But Giuliani said the bills never come to him directly.