Head prosecutor in Trump Fulton County case held in contempt of court in divorce proceedings

Fulton County special prosecutor Nathan Wade was held in contempt of court for “willfully” failing to turn over court documents relating to his income, including income gained from prosecuting the case regarding former President Donald Trump.

Wade has come under national scrutiny regarding an alleged undisclosed relationship he had with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, potentially jeopardizing the election interference case against Trump. Wade was put in charge of the prosecution of Trump by Willis, despite allegedly having little experience in such cases.

Court filings obtained by the Washington Examiner showed Wade was held in contempt of court for “willfully” failing to turn over documents about his income, including income earned through prosecuting Trump. Former Trump campaign official Michael Roman claimed in a lawsuit that Wade has been paid $654,000 in legal fees by Fulton County since
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