Top Trump Prosecutor Accused of Inappropriate Romantic Relationship

[Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons]

A novel court declaration in Fulton County, Georgia, alleges that the chief prosecutor in the election interference case against Donald Trump and District Attorney Fani Willis, who filed the charges against the former president, engaged in a “improper” romantic relationship.

As per the filing, Willis engaged the services of special prosecutor Nathan Wade, whom she was purportedly in a romantic relationship with, to prosecute Trump.

She allegedly derived financial gain from the partnership through extravagant vacations financed by funds his law firm received for handling the case.

Since January 2022, Wade has been paid nearly $654,000 in legal fees, an amount authorized by the district attorney, or Willis in this case, according to county records.

The motion was submitted in an effort to have the charges against former Trump campaign official and co-defendant Michael Roman dismissed.

Additionally, the petition requests the disqualification of the entire district attorney’s office, which includes Willis and Wade, from the prosecution of the case.

In August, Willis filed an indictment against Trump, and he entered a not-guilty plea on charges pertaining to alleged efforts to manipulate the outcomes of the 2020 presidential election in Georgia, which included a violation of the anti-racketeering statute of Georgia.

[READ MORE: Charlie Kirk Attacks House Speaker Mike Johnson Over Attempt to Ok Spending Deal]