Wade Facing Contempt Allegations In Divorce Case

In a recent development in the ongoing Fani Willis disqualification case, Nathan Wade, the former special prosecutor hired by the Fulton County District Attorney, has been accused of contempt of court by his ex-wife in a new divorce filing. According to court filings released on Wednesday, Jocelyn Wade has alleged that Wade has failed to pay her medical bills.

The filing states that Jocelyn Wade urgently requires medical procedures, including an endoscopy, colonoscopy, and ultrasound, due to severe physical symptoms she has been enduring. These symptoms have had a significant impact on her ability to consume most foods, resulting in substantial weight loss. Despite repeated requests for prepayment and additional demands from Jocelyn’s counsel to Wade’s counsel, he has failed to fulfill his obligation under the Temporary Order to cover these necessary healthcare costs.

The ongoing divorce proceedings between the couple have shed new light on the relationship between Wade and Willis, which has been at the center of the Fani Willis disqualification case. While both Wade and Willis have testified that their relationship began after he was hired to work on the case, a former office employee has testified that the relationship began as far back as 2020.

The disqualification case was brought forward by Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer, a co-defendant in Willis’ dubious RICO case against President Donald Trump. Shafer argued that the relationship between Wade and Willis poses a conflict of interest in the case, as they were allegedly involved in a romantic relationship.

In his ruling, Fulton County Superior Judge Scott McAffee stated that Wade must resign from the case in order for it to continue. The disgraced prosecutor ultimately resigned from the case last month, but McAffee has reopened the case for evidence to be introduced at a later date.

McAffee’s decision to reopen the case for evidence comes as a result of new testimony that will be introduced by lawyers for Shafer. Cobb County Chief Deputy District Attorney Cindi Lee Yeager intends to testify that the relationship between Willis and Wade began as far back as 2020, contradicting their previous testimonies that the relationship began after Wade was hired to work on the Trump case.

The Fani Willis disqualification case has been ongoing for months, with both sides presenting evidence to prove their arguments. However, this latest development adds a new layer of complexity to the case, as it calls into question the integrity and impartiality of the prosecution team.

Furthermore, the accusations of contempt of court against Wade by his ex-wife suggest that he may have violated the terms of the Temporary Order, which could have serious consequences for him both personally and professionally.

The outcome of the Fani Willis disqualification case remains uncertain, but the allegations and evidence presented in court have raised doubts about the fairness of the proceedings. As the case continues, it is likely that more revelations will come to light, further complicating the already contentious situation.


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