Fani Willis Subpoenaed To Testify In A Divorce Case


In a dramatic turn of events, Fulton County District Attorney, Fani Willis, has been subpoenaed to testify in the divorce proceedings of a colleague with whom she is accused of having an affair. This colleague, private lawyer Nathan Wade, was paid over $600,000 as a special prosecutor in Willis’s office during the high-profile investigation of former President Donald Trump’s alleged election interference.

The subpoena, filed by Wade’s wife Joycelyn, seeks to clarify and shed light on the allegations of a romantic relationship between Willis and Wade during the tenure of the Trump investigation. The document was served on Monday, and the process server claims to have left it with Willis’s executive assistant.

This development comes on the heels of a motion filed by Michael Roman, a co-defendant and previous campaign official of Trump, seeking the dismissal of charges against him. The motion, filed on the same day as the subpoena, alleges that Willis and Wade were involved in an “improper, clandestine personal relationship” during the course of the investigation.

The motion goes on to cite sources close to both the district attorney and the special prosecutor who have confirmed the existence of this relationship. While no documentary evidence has been provided, the motion states that the two have traveled extensively together, including to places like Napa Valley, Florida, and the Caribbean.

In a statement to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a Willis spokesperson said that the district attorney’s office would respond to the allegations through appropriate court filings. This indicates that Willis may choose to challenge the allegations made against her in the divorce proceedings in court.

The motion filed by Roman raises serious concerns about the fairness and impartiality of the ongoing prosecution. It alleges that the relationship between Willis and Wade has led to financial gains for Wade, and questions if there was appropriate authorization for his retention by the county. This calls into question the legitimacy of Wade’s involvement in the case and the use of public funds for his services.

Furthermore, the motion suggests that the two may have engaged in cohabitation, adding another layer of complexity to the situation. It claims that Wade is a married man, and the couple has been seen together in private in the Atlanta area. If proven true, these allegations would have serious consequences for both of their reputations and could even affect their professional licenses.

The motion also implies that the relationship between Willis and Wade may have had an impact on the ongoing investigation. It notes that Wade had two meetings with the Biden White House during his tenure as a special prosecutor and was paid over $4,000 for his services. While this may be a routine part of a prosecutor’s job, the motion questions if there was any conflict of interest in Wade’s involvement in the Trump investigation.

While these allegations are serious and could have far-reaching implications, it’s important to note that they remain allegations at this point. The subpoena filed against Willis does not detail the specific line of questioning she may face, and there is no documented proof of the alleged relationship. However, these developments will undoubtedly impact the ongoing investigation into Trump’s alleged election interference and raise questions about the fairness and impartiality of the process.

As this story continues to develop, it remains to be seen how Willis will respond to the allegations made against her. The district attorney’s office has been at the center of the high-profile Trump investigation, and these allegations could have significant consequences for the progress and outcome of the case. As the public eagerly awaits the next development in this saga, the subpoena and motion filed in the divorce proceedings have raised serious questions about the integrity and professionalism of those involved in the investigation.

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