Wade Divorce Case Filing Reveals Questionable Credit Card Statements

The ongoing criminal case against former president Donald Trump has taken an unexpected turn, as it was revealed that the outside prosecutor appointed by the Fulton County District Attorney has been purchasing plane tickets for her to travel with him. This shocking revelation was uncovered in credit card statements obtained by NBC News and raises serious questions about the prosecutor’s impartiality in the case.

Nathan Wade, the special prosecutor appointed by District Attorney Fani Willis to oversee the case, has been accused of engaging in an “improper, clandestine personal relationship” with the DA during the pendency of the case. This relationship has apparently resulted in the special prosecutor and DA “profiting significantly” from the prosecution at the expense of taxpayers.

The accusations came to light in a court filing by Wade’s estranged wife, Joycelyn Wade, who is currently in the midst of a messy divorce with the prosecutor. In her filing, Joycelyn alleges that her husband took her on lavish trips to San Francisco, Miami, and even Australia, using taxpayer money to fund their romantic getaways. The court filing also included credit card statements showing that Wade had purchased plane tickets for himself and DA Willis to travel together.

These scandalous allegations have prompted Fulton County Superior Court Judge Scott McAfee to schedule a hearing on the matter for February 15th. In the meantime, a member of Fulton County’s board of commissioners, Bob Ellis, has called for a full investigation into the alleged relationship between the special prosecutor and the DA. In a statement, Ellis said, “Under no circumstances should an elected official contract with or hire someone who they are in a romantic relationship with.”

The credit card statements and allegations of a romantic relationship between the special prosecutor and DA Willis have raised serious questions about the integrity of the criminal case against Donald Trump. Trump’s co-defendant, Michael Roman, has already made misconduct accusations against the pair, claiming that they have been using the prosecution for personal gain. Roman’s attorneys have argued that the alleged relationship between Wade and Willis taints the entire case and have called for the charges against their client to be dismissed.

Adding fuel to the fire, Roman’s attorneys have also pointed out that Wade’s law firm has been paid over $550,000 since 2021 for his work on the case. This raises concerns over whether Wade was appointed as the special prosecutor for his legal expertise or if he was being rewarded for his relationship with the DA.

The state of Georgia has strict rules and procedures for the appointment of special prosecutors, and it appears that DA Willis may have sidestepped these rules in order to appoint Wade. This raises further questions about the prosecutor’s motivations and whether she has been acting ethically in the case against Donald Trump.

It remains to be seen how these bombshell allegations will impact the criminal case against the former president. With four defendants already pleading guilty and more defendants, including Trump, pleading not guilty, the proceedings were already complicated. Now, with the potential for a tainted prosecution, the entire case could be thrown into jeopardy.

NBC News