Fani Willis Famous Boyfriend Shows Up At…

Former special prosecutor Nathan Hale was recently spotted at a post-primary election event for his former lover, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, on Tuesday. This sparked fresh concerns about her case against former President Donald Trump and more than a dozen other co-defendants via Conservative Brief.



Willis had defeated her Democratic challenger, Christian Wise Smith, by over 30,000 votes on Tuesday night. As per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC), she celebrated her victory by mingling with the crowd in a glittery blue dress at an event in Buckhead, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta, Fox News reported.

“Well consider me shook. At DA Willis’ campaign party in Buckhead, Nathan Wade just walked in. All smiles,” AJC reporter Tamar Hallerman posted on X with a photo of Wade at the event.

Mayor Andre Dickens, Atlanta Police Chief Darin Schierbaum, and Bishop Reginald Jackson of the 6th District AME Church, along with members of the DA’s office, were reportedly in attendance. Later in the evening, Willis gave a speech that appeared to contain a reference to her election interference case against Trump, one that is rife with controversy in large part from her relationship with Wade.

“It’s a message that is p—ing folks off, but there is no one above the law in this country nor is there anyone beneath it,” Willis said.

It has been noted that Wade and Willis faced accusations of having an “improper” affair by lawyers for former President Donald Trump and several co-defendants in the sweeping 2020 election interference case.

The accusations claim that the pair were romantically involved before Willis hired Wade in 2021 and that Willis benefited financially from the relationship through shared vacations. Both Wade and Willis have denied these accusations.

The relationship landed Willis in huge trouble. Judge Scott McAfee, who is presiding over the case, allowed Willis and her office to continue prosecuting the case only if Wade left. However, he also agreed to allow Trump and his co-defendants to file an appeal of his ruling to a higher court, which Trump has done.

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