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Rudy Giuliani’s birthday bash ends in chaos as guests scream and cry when he’s served papers for AZ ‘fake electors case’

Rudy Giuliani got more than cake and presents for his 80th birthday bash – he was also served justice.

The former New York City mayor was tripping the light fantastic with pals in Palm Springs Friday night when he was intercepted outside the party at the home of top GOP consultant Caroline Wren by two officials from Democratic Arizona Attorney General Kris Mayes’ office, sources told The Post. 

The pair served Giuliani with a legal notice of his Arizona indictment for allegedly being involved in a plot to overturn the 2020 election in favor of ex-President Donald Trump.

Most of the 200 guests were gone by the time the duo showed up around 11 p.m., but some of the stragglers began screaming – including one woman who cried as Giuliani was handed the papers, according to sources.

Rudy Giuliani was served with notice of his Arizona indictment at his 80th birthday bash in Palm Beach. X @AZAGMayes

Giuliani, however, was not fazed, insisted a source close to the ex-mayor.

“It actually wasn’t that big of a deal,” the person said.

The party’s guests — who received gold-and-black invitations featuring a photo of Giuliani in a tux and another of him wearing aviator shades and a USA hat — included embattled former Trump advisors Steve Bannon and Roger Stone. 

“While crime in Arizona is at an all-time high, the Arizona [AG’s] office felt it was a good use of resources to send multiple agents across the country to storm an 80th birthday party like it was Normandy,” fumed Wren.

Giuliani seemed to be enjoying himself throughout the party – celebrated 11 days before his actual birthday on May 28 – even posing for a photo with a bevy of blonde bombshells that he posted on X while taunting Mayes.

At the height of the Palm Beach party, as many as 200 people, including Roger Stone and Steve Bannon, were in attendance. Youtube

“If Arizona authorities can’t find me by tomorrow morning: 1. They must dismiss the indictment; 2. They must concede they can’t count votes,” wrote Giuliani in the post, which has since been deleted.

“The final defendant was served moments ago. @RudyGiuliani nobody is above the law,” Mayes posted on X late Friday.

Giuliani was the last of the 18 pro-Trump defendants to be served in the indictment returned by a grand jury last month. They’re accused of partaking in a failed bid to award the state’s 11 presidential electoral votes to Trump.

Besides Arizona, the states of Michigan, Nevada and Georgia are also charging electors for falsely casting votes for Trump.

Despite the unexpected guests, those invited attended Giuliani’s party “had a really good time,” said a source close to the ex-mayor.

The event featured a Frank Sinatra tribute band, with Giuliani at one point leading the band singing “New York, New York.”

Giuliani also found time to talk about this year’s presidential race and his desire to boot Joe Biden from the White House.

“This time we can make no mistakes if we want our country back. Do you want your country back?!” bellowed Giuliani to the crowd in a video obtained by the Post.

“Then we got to work like hell from now until Election Day and, who knows? Maybe after, which I learned. But they are not taking this country away from us.”

Giuliani spokesman Ted Goodman said the former mayor wasn’t fazed by the decision “to try and embarrass him” on his birthday.

“He enjoyed an incredible evening with hundreds of people who love him – from all walks of life – and we look forward to vindication soon,” he said. 

The ex-mayor – donning shades and dress pants with a blue button-down and orange tie – belted out Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” over the microphone in the backyard. Youtube

Giuliani is expected to celebrate his birthday, again, on May 31 at the Midtown eatery Amata.

Both parties come with a gift registry including everything from an electric razor and Giorgio Armani cologne to “stain-blocking ceiling paint” and a 55-inch TV.

The gift registry on Amazon sent out by pals specifies which gifts should be sent to his Manhattan or Palm Beach addresses.

A message told guests that gifts aren’t necessary, but if you wanted to give presents to refer to the Amazon registry.

The Amazon registry titled “Rudolph Giuliani… 80th birthday party, May 28, 2024,” shows that gifts already purchased for the former Trump advisor include  a home sleeper chair convertible bed, ceiling paint, a Braun electric razor, LED chandeliers, a Shure microphone, a “cooling” comforter and an iPad.

Additional reporting by Rich Calder