In recent developments, Nathan Wade, the lover of Fulton County DA Fani Willis, has sought a protective order after a judge unsealed his divorce records, as reported by The Gateway Pundit.
The revelation stems from a legal battle initiated by Wade’s estranged wife, Jocelyn Wade, who fought to unseal and make public their divorce records.
A Cobb County judge, last Monday, granted the motion to unseal the divorce records of Nathan Wade, a top prosecutor in Fani Willis’ office. Judge Henry R. Thompson, in the same week, issued a stay on Fani Willis’ deposition for the time being.
This decision followed Willis’ attempt to quash the subpoena, and she was originally scheduled to give a deposition the previous Tuesday.
During the court proceedings, Jocelyn Wade’s attorney emphasized the need for Fani Willis’ deposition, not solely as the Fulton County DA but specifically as “the alleged paramour of my client’s husband.”
The situation has unfolded as Fani Willis faces scrutiny for an alleged ‘improper’ romantic relationship with Wade, a prosecutor in her office with ties to the Trump administration.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Fani Willis is accused of “financially benefiting” from the romantic involvement with Nathan Wade, whom she had appointed to pursue legal actions against President Trump.
The latest motion filed in the Superior Court of Fulton County represents defendant Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign official facing charges in Fani Willis’ RICO case.
The motion seeks the dismissal of charges against Roman and the disqualification of Fani Willis, Nathan Wade, and everyone in the DA’s office from the RICO case against Trump.
As the legal complexities unfold, the intertwined relationships, alleged improprieties, and legal battles continue to add layers to the ongoing saga involving Fani Willis, Nathan Wade, and the prosecution of cases related to the Trump administration.