As if she was in deep enough in the septic tank known as Fulton County politics, she now has to contend with Jocelyn Wade, the estranged wife of Nathan Wade who is allegedly the lover of Fani Willis. Willis is trying to get the subpoena against her quashed by claiming her testimony is irrelevant. But, is she right? Of course not, lying is her forte. Mrs. Wade wants to prove that her husband and Willis were romantically involved while they were still living together.
It would affect the settlement of dividing marital assets and spousal support. Let’s look at the facts. Willis hired Wade on November 1st, 2021 and he filed for divorce on November 2nd, 2021. Jocelyn was also able to show that her husband paid for airline tickets in Willis’s name. The money that paid for the tickets came from their joint account. She produced bank records as proof.
Ubers, hotel, and $3,172.20 on a cruise; October 2022 to November 2022.
Jocelyn Wade’s attorneys stated in a court filing:
“The arguments asserted by Ms. Wills are disingenuous, specious, and her claimed basis for same fails as a matter of law. Upon information and belief, Ms. Wills has information and knowledge directly relevant to alleged conduct of the Plaintiff that would be considered by the Court as to equitable division of the marital estate, dissipation of marital assets, and spousal support.”
“Furthermore, Ms. Wilis’s implied threat to pursue charges against Defendant and her counsel, based on inconvenient facts from her personal life that are directly relevant to the ongoing divorce proceedings in the above-styled action, is an affront to the integrity of her office.”
“If non-party, Ms. Willis, seeks protection, it appears that the one she needs protection from is herself.”
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Fani Willis “financially benefited” from a romantic relationship with Nathan Wade, a top prosecutor she hired to go after President Trump.
Nathan Wade was brought in as a special prosecutor by Fani Willis in November 2021.
In August Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis hit President Trump and 18 others with RICO and conspiracy charges for daring to challenge the 2020 election.
The motion was filed in the Superior Court of Fulton County on behalf of defendant Michael Roman, a former Trump campaign official who was hit with counts 1, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19 in Fani Willis’ RICO case.
The motion seeks to have the charges against Michael Roman dismissed and for Fani Willis, Nathan Wade and everyone in the DA’s office to be disqualified from the RICO case against Trump.
The filing claims Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor hired to go after Trump, paid for luxury vacations he took with Fani Willis to Napa Valley and a cruise in the Caribbean – and used money from Fulton County to pay for their out-of-town escapades.
The hiring of Wade at $250 dollars an hour is questionable on two counts. Number one, he has no experience in RICO cases and number two he was paid one hundred dollars an hour mo0re than Willis’s boyfriend. Willis later bumped him up to $200 an hour, meaning he was still making fifty dollars an hour less than the inexperienced Wade.