Trump Private Investigator: Fani Willis and Nathan Wade relationship seriously questioned by new phone data

by | Feb 26, 2024

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According to a court filing, the Fulton County district attorney and her special counsel allegedly made more than 2,000 calls and 12,000 texts in 2021, many months prior to the alleged start of their relationship.

Trump's Georgia attorneys hired the private investigator to find the alls between them.

The two admitted to having a romantic relationship last week during testimony, claiming that it began when she hired Mr. Wade for the Trump case. Additionally, neither party claimed that Ms. Willis benefited financially from the arrangement.

According to the investigator's report, Charles Mittelstadt used CellHawk, a geo-mapping and analysis program, to report that “more than 2,000 voice calls and just under 12,000 text message were exchanged between the two over the course of the 11-month period in 2021. A heat map that “highlights the interaction patterns which demonstrate a prevalence of calls made in the evening hours “was also included.

The court-received affidavit stated that Mr. Wade and Ms. Willis appeared to have been in contact frequently prior to the supposed start of their romantic relationship. Both parties claimed that it began in 2022, but Robin Yeartie, a former Willis friend and witness, refuted this assertion, saying that she first became romantically involved with Mr. Wade in 2019—roughly two years before the district attorney hired him.

For comment, The Epoch Times has gotten in touch with Mr. Wade's office and the Fulton County district attorney. According to Jeff DiSantis, a spokesman for Ms. Willis, the Atlanta Journal Constitution newspaper reported on Friday that “we are required to respond to the filing via the court, and we are preparing our response now.”

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