Fani Willis Subpoenaed In Trump Prosecutor’s Divorce Amid Alleged Inappropriate Secret Romance

by Gee NY

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has been subpoenaed to testify in the ongoing divorce proceedings of her appointed prosecutor, Nathan Wade.

According to reports being monitored by ShineMyCrown, the subpoena comes amidst allegations of a secret romance between the two, potentially impacting the Georgia election interference case against former President Donald Trump.

The subpoena aims to compel Willis to testify in Wade’s divorce proceedings, raising questions about the nature of their relationship.

This development follows a legal challenge by co-defendant Michael Roman, who claims that Willis and Wade are involved in a clandestine love affair, violating ethical and legal standards.

Roman’s motion asserts that Willis violated ethical standards, creating a conflict of interest, and enriched herself through the alleged secret relationship with Wade.

While Willis has not responded to the specific allegations, her spokesperson mentioned that she would address them through appropriate court filings.

The petition to dismiss charges and the divorce subpoena add significant twists to the case against Trump, potentially impacting its credibility and Willis’s professional standing.

According to the Atlanta Black Star, Legal experts suggest that while these developments may not halt the prosecution against Trump, they raise concerns about Willis’s credibility and could lead to a legal review of her conduct.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and Nathan Wade speak at a news conference at the Fulton County Government building on August 14, 2023, in Atlanta, Georgia. A grand jury has handed up an indictment naming former President Donald Trump and his Republican allies over an alleged attempt to overturn the 2020 election results in the state. (Photos: Getty Images)

The emerging scandal has prompted Trump loyalist Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to file a complaint with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and state Attorney General Chris Carr, accusing Willis of criminal misconduct and an illegal conflict of interest.

If proven true, Roman’s claims could have serious implications for Willis, potentially leading to a legal review and impacting her position as Fulton County’s top prosecutor.

The motion alleges a self-serving arrangement between Willis and Wade, where both benefited financially from each other, raising concerns about honest services fraud and potential federal racketeering charges.

As the scandal unfolds, it adds complexity to the historic prosecution against Trump and highlights the challenges faced by Willis in maintaining professional integrity amidst personal allegations.

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