Last week, Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis finally acknowledged she had a ‘personal relationship’ with the special prosecutor she hired in the election interference case against Donald Trump and others.

BREAKING: Fani Willis Admits ‘Personal Relationship’ With Special Prosecutor Nathan Wade, Trump Responds

Willis continues to deny the relationship impacted the case.

However, a new filing makes additional claims against Willis and the alleged improper relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade.

"Witnesses will testify she 'cohabitated' with Nathan Wade (despite her denials) at her home. The relationship began in 2019 - 3 years before Willis/Wade says it began, and before Wade's 2021 appointment," according to Techno Fog.

"'Witnesses will testify' that DA Willis and Wade cohabitated at an AirBNB 'that was paid for by tax payer money'. The 'safe house' was also a romantic getaway!" Techno Fog added.

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Here is a good summary of the allegations against Willis and Wade:

"Fani Willis better go ahead and resign. This is about to get a lot worse for her," Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) commented.

Fox News reports:

In legal filings last month, Roman alleged that Wade billed Fulton County for 24 hours of work on a single day in November 2021, shortly after being appointed as a special prosecutor, and that Willis financially benefited from her alleged lover’s padded taxpayer-funded salary by taking lavish vacations together on his dime.

According to the court documents, Wade, who has no RICO and felony prosecution experience, billed taxpayers $654,000 since January 2022.

Shafer also argues that Willis' employment of Wade "to investigate and prosecute the defendants and payments to Mr. Wade of over a half a million dollars from the Fulton County treasury while allowing Mr. Wade to pay for vacations for the District Attorney and other personal expenses constitutes a disqualifying conflict of interest as well as a violation of ethical rules applicable to attorneys and Fulton County employees, and potentially criminal law."

The motion also claims that Willis' "improper and inaccurate characterization" of Shafer and the other 2020 nominee Republican Presidential Electors as "Fake Electors" to the national media "has been exceedingly prejudicial" to Shafer, noting that "at all times material" to her indictment, Shafer was qualified as a "lawful" Presidential Elector pursuant to Georgia law through his nomination as a Presidential Elector by the Georgia Republican Party.

Shafer asked the court to keep in place a Feb. 15 evidentiary hearing set by Judge Scott McAfee, in which the parties will present evidence to try and compel the court to remove Willis and her office from the case.

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