NEW YORK (AP) — A Florida businessman who rose to fame for helping Rudy Giuliani search for harmful information about Joe Biden in Ukraine has pleaded guilty to seeking illegal foreign campaign contributions.
After reaching an agreement with the prosecutors, Igor Fruman pleaded guilty Friday at Manhattan federal court.
Fruman’s plea bargain does not require Fruman to cooperate with other cases. On January 21, Fruman will be sentenced.
Giuliani wasn’t charged in this case. However, his transactions in Ukraine are being investigated while he was the personal attorney of Donald Trump.
He denied any wrongdoing.