New revelation is made about Fani Willis's alleged paramour

 January 21, 2024

The New York Post reports that Fulton Country District Attorney Fani Willis' alleged paramour - Nathan Wade - allegedly filed for a divorce from his wife the day after Willis selected him to prosecute former President Donald Trump. 

This piece of information was found in a recently filed court document.

The source of the information is Wade's ex-wife, Joycelyn Wade.

It appears that Nathan Wade attempted to keep this fact - that he filed for the divorce the day after Willis selected him to prosecute Trump - a secret, but his efforts have been unsuccessful.


Willis is one of these Democratic district attorneys who has indicted Trump on criminal charges. Willis has accused Trump and several of his associates of having illegally conspired to overturn Georgia's results in the 2020 presidential election.

Trump has maintained his innocence, and he has further insisted that Willis' prosecution of him is politically motivated - that she is running election interference for President Joe Biden, considering that Trump is the Republican Party's clear frontrunner.

Willis has chosen Nathan Wade to lead the prosecution of Trump, and this has led to some serious problems for Willis. Michael Roman, one of Trump's co-defendants, has accused Willis and Wade of having engaged in an "improper" and "clandestine" relationship, a relationship that Roman argues ought to lead to the dismissal of the charges that Willis has brought against him.

Roman alleges that Willis has engaged in all kinds of improper conduct, including the awarding of exorbitant legal fees to Wade, fees that Wade then used to take Willis on lavish trips. Roman further alleges that Wade is not even qualified to handle the case that Willis has given him.

Now, we are learning more details about the Wade-Willis situation.

Literally one day

In the latest court filing, Wade's wife claims that Wade filed for divorce literally the day after Willis chose him to lead the prosecution of Trump.

"Plaintiff [Nathan Wade] was appointed as a special prosecutor by Ms. Willis on November 1, 2021. Plaintiff filed for divorce on November 2, 2021. Defendant [Joycelyn Wade] was served by process server on November 3, 2021," the document states.

Then, the document reveals that, after filing for the divorce, Nathan Wade attempted to immediately get the case sealed, presumably in order to keep it from the public.

The document states, "Before Defendant even filed her Answer and Counterclaim, Plaintiff filed a motion asking the court to seal the record in this divorce action."

It appears that Nathan Wade's attempt to hide the matter has failed. His and Willis's secret is out.

Latest News

© 2024 - Patriot News Alerts