Former Law Partner Testifies in Alleged Romantic Relationship Case Involving District Attorney Fani Willis and Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade

Former law partner and divorce attorney, Terrence Bradley, took the stand at Fulton County court today to provide testimony regarding the alleged romantic relationship between District Attorney Fani Willis and special prosecutor Nathan Wade. The timeline of their alleged relationship has become a crucial point of contention in the ongoing case involving former President Donald Trump’s Georgia election interference.

Bradley, who previously refused to testify citing attorney-client privilege between him and Wade, was ordered by Judge Scott McAfee to provide his account of events. McAfee ruled that Bradley and Wade were not protected by attorney-client privilege, leading to Bradley’s recall to the stand.

Willis and Wade have consistently maintained that their relationship turned romantic in 2022, a claim that has been challenged by lawyers representing Trump and co-defendant Michael Roman. The defense aims to disqualify Willis from the case and have all charges, which revolve around the state’s racketeering RICO law, dismissed. They argue that the alleged romance between Willis and Wade compromised the integrity of the case, as the district attorney stood to financially benefit from Wade’s appointment.

The defense has presented evidence in the form of numerous cellphone pings from Wade’s device, placing it at Willis’ rented condo in the early hours of the morning prior to 2022. Additionally, a former friend of the district attorney, Robin Yeartie, testified that she witnessed Willis and Wade engaging in intimate acts in 2019. However, Fulton County DA Ana Cross suggested that Yeartie may have ulterior motives, as she resigned from her position as Willis’ media representative in 2021 and claimed she would have been fired if she hadn’t stepped down.

Author: CrimeDoor

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