Bank records prove Fani Willis traveled with Nathan Wade

By Jen Krausz on
 January 21, 2024

Bank records that are part of a divorce filing show that Fani Willis and Nathan Wade did travel together, as alleged by Michael Roman, a former campaign staffer and co-defendant with Former President Donald Trump in the Georgia election interference case being prosecuted by Wade through Willis's office.

Roman also said Willis and Wade were having an inappropriate relationship -- one that was questionable both because Wade was married at the time and because Willis hired Wade and was his boss.

As a result, Roman wants Willis and Wade disqualified from the case; in fact, he hopes that the whole thing will fall apart and be dropped amid the chaos of unraveling the scandal.

Documents related to trips to Miami and San Francisco on court filings had Willis's name next to them, indicating that both had traveled there together during the time Wade was working for Willis in the prosecution of Trump.

Wade has allegedly received roughly $645,000 for his work on the Trump case, which is a sum close to Willis's own salary of around $800,000 and around $500,000 more than other prosecutors on the case.

The judges in both the Wade divorce case and the case against Trump and 18 co-defendants will be holding hearings to air out this new information in the near future, which should be a good indicator whether the case is now too far gone to salvage.