Liliya Hrabar said she has text messages proving he loaned her the car. But prosecutors said Moreno told Chicago police and his insurance company that the car had been stolen.
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Hrabar said he's never explained his actions.
"When I ask him, he's like, 'Give me a second. Give me a minute. You know what, let me go through the election. I will explain everything to you. I will fix everything,'" Hrabar said.
Moreno was arrested this week and charged with insurance fraud and obstruction of justice for allegedly filing a false police report.
ABC7 Eyewitness News reached out to the alderman for comment on the lawsuit, but has not received a response.