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ABC News: Trump co-defendant accuses DA Fani Willis of falsehoods in admission of ‘personal relationship’

Ahead of an evidentiary hearing scheduled for next week, one of Donald Trump’s co-defendants in the Georgia election interference case filed a sweeping new motion Friday accusing Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis of including falsehoods in her filing this week that admitted to a “personal relationship” with prosecutor Nathan Wade.

Roman also alleges that individual, Terrence Bradley, “will confirm” that Willis and Wade “stayed together” at an apartment Willis once shared with a former employee of the DA’s office — an apparent contradiction to the claim in the Wade affidavit that they never cohabitated.

“As noted above, Bradley, a personal friend of Wade’s, confirms that Willis and Wade were in a romantic relationship before Willis even took office and that Willis and Wade stayed together at Yearti’s residence and the ‘safe house,'” the filing from Roman’s attorney, Ashleigh Merchant, stated. “Thus, two crucial statements in Wade’s affidavit about the relationship … are in dispute.”

If true, said former Georgia prosecutor and ABC News contributor Chris Timmons, it would mean that Wade committed perjury in his affidavit that was submitted to the court as part of the filing.

Read the full article from ABC News here.

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