Fani Willis Romantically Linked To Trump Prosecutor

Ohio District Attorney Fani Willis has recently been suspected of concealing a “personal and romantic relationship” with a top prosecutor she recruited to work on the case against Donald Trump.

On Monday, the case against Willis was filed by one of Trump’s former staff members, Michael Roman, who accused her and prosecutor Nathan Wade of having an inappropriate relationship that extended beyond the scope of work.

In the complaint, Roman cited that Willis and Wade “have been engaged in an improper, clandestine personal relationship during the pendency of this case,” and claimed both parties would professionally benefit from the relationship. Wade received $654,000 from her office for his assistance in prosecuting Trump.

Furthermore, the case confirmed that the money Wade earned was used to fund lavish vacations for the couple.

“Information obtained outside of court filings indicates that the district attorney and special prosecutor have traveled personally together to such places as Napa Valley, Florida, and the Caribbean…on both the Norwegian and Royal Caribbean cruise lines…what work purpose could only be served by travel to these traditional vacation destinations?”

Naturally, the filing against the pair was questioned, and a submission was made stating that “no substantiating evidence” was found that would indicate Willis had the authority to compensate Wade such a substantial amount for his work on the case against Trump.

Willis’ spokesperson Pallavi Bailey confirmed that the DA’s office will be responding to the accusations “through appropriate court filings.” Willis claims Trump and 18 other “conspirators” took part to “forcibly attempt to maintain the presidential office” following the announcement of Biden’s victory in 2020.

Trump is currently being indicted for 13 charges of conspiracy in Georgia, including Willis’ charge against him for apparently violating the Georgia RICO Act, which holds that the solicitation of conspiracy to impersonate a public officer, to commit forgery, or to file false documents is an oath violation.

Trump has pleaded not guilty to all charges and continues to poignantly handle this legal battle amid a contentious election year. The former president made a good argument, claiming “If I don’t get immunity, then Crooked Joe Biden doesn’t get immunity… He would be ripe for indictment.”