Two associates of Rudy Giuliani are “likely” to face new charges, federal prosecutors said in a court hearing Monday, Bloomberg reports.
Prosecutors stated that Giuliani’s associates Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman may face new charges during a Manhattan hearing, however did not elaborate on what charges may be brought.
Parnas and Fruman pleaded not guilty to charges of illegally directing foreign money to U.S. political campaigns. The indictment also claims the two were also pivotal in a pressure campaign to recall former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.
Prosecutors have also reportedly issued subpoenas since the indictment that seek information on a company co-founded by Parnas that paid Giuliani for legal and business advice, as well as information on America First Action.