Fani Willis and Nathan Wade have been referred to Georgia State Bar for misconduct

by | Mar 1, 2024

Fulton County DA Fani Willis, along with her ex-lover Nathan Wade, have been referred to the Georgia State Bar for ethics violations. The American Accountability Foundation (AAF), a government watchdog organization, lodged two complaints against the pair.

The group claims that Wade lied about his relationship with Willis and that Willis admitted to using campaign funds for personal gain on the witness stand. The AAF requests disciplinary proceedings be started because they have broken the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct.

Willis detailed her reimbursement of Wade and her use of cash without bank or transaction receipts in her testimony on February 15, 2024. The AAF contends that this “admission “constitutes a clear violation of Georgia's campaign finance law. Additionally, the group claims that Willis intentionally violated the law, denying Georgians the ability to exercise effective oversight.

Wade is also accused of lying during his divorce proceedings by the watchdog. He claimed that outside of his marriage, he had no sexual relations with anyone, not even Willis. According to the AAF complaint, his responses falsified, deceived, and misrepresented the truth. In response to the allegations, Williams and Wade have not yet made any comments.

Willis was also sued last week for illegally keeping records of her conversations with the White House in relation to her RICO lawsuit against President Trump.

Source: The National Pulse

 

 

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