Who got the Christmas decorations?
Rudy Giuliani and his estranged wife Judith Nathan settled their contentious divorce Tuesday, according to Judith’s lawyer.
“The parties resolved their divorce today, together with all issues concerning support, assets and any other claims. Mr. and Mrs. Giuliani intend to remain friends in the years to come, and they wish each other the best of luck in the future,” said attorney Bernard Clair.
Clair declined to outline the terms of the settlement agreement, noting they are confidential. He also said the trial that was set in the case for January would not go forward as it was no longer necessary.
Judith filed for divorce in April 2018 following the pair’s 15-year marriage. They reportedly have $30 million in property and assets.
During the estranged couple’s July court date, sources said that Judith claimed Rudy was withholding her prized collection of Christmas decorations — including 6-foot-tall toy soldiers — at their East 66th Street and Madison Avenue pad because she had taken his TV remotes and cable box.
Judith moved out of the Upper East Side co-op and into one of their Southhampton homes in May for the Summer.
The 75-year-old former New York City mayor, who now works as President Trump’s personal lawyer, was doling out $42,000 in monthly support payments to Judith, his lawyer said at the July hearing.
A lawyer for Rudy did not immediately return requests for comment.
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