New Batch of Leaked Texts Reveal Nathan Wade’s Former Attorney LIED Under Oath

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A new batch of text messages released in the Fani Willis saga have revealed the legal jeopardy confronting both her and Nathan Wade, as evidence suggests potential perjury and a significant blow to their case against President Trump.

According to a report from Megyn Kelly, a defense attorney has disclosed numerous text messages exchanged between herself and Terrence Bradley, former partner and friend of Wade’s.

Text receipts indicate that the two individuals were exchanging messages as early as September 14, 2023, and as recently as February 6, 2024.

As Breaking Digest previously reported, on Tuesday, Terrence Bradley returned to the witness stand after initially refusing to answer questions, citing attorney-client privilege. Judge Scott McAfee determined that he was not shielded by attorney-client privilege and instructed him to testify on Tuesday morning.

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Bradley’s testimony, marked by evasiveness and a lack of specific information, focused on the timeline of Wade’s romantic relationship with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis. The origins of this relationship are being closely examined, as its timing might render Willis ineligible to oversee the Georgia election fraud case against Trump.

President Trump’s attorneys grilled Bradley for two hours, during which he claimed he could not answer certain questions. He now claims that he cannot recall any details of Fani Willis and Nathan Wade’s relationship prior to Wade’s appointment as a lead prosecutor in the case against President Trump.

However, in messages exchanged with Michael Roman’s attorney, Ashleigh Merchant, Bradley indicated that the relationship started well before Fani Willis appointed Wade, though he added, “they will deny it!”

Breaking Digest previously shared a video showing him on the witness stand, refuting ever sending these messages or recalling the information he previously shared with Merchant.

Bradley also informed Merchant at one point that the pair engaged in sexual activity at Fani Willis’ private law office, which she rented from Andrew and Stacey Evans, even before she assumed office. Additionally, Nathan Wade was in possession of a garage door opener to Fani Willis’ residence.

In one text exchange, Merchant asks, “If Stacey Evans husband is the one that caught them having sex Can’t I just subpoena him?” Bradley responds, “I’m not sure which one I wasn’t there…you would have to subpoena them and fish it out of them…but you can’t be too direct.”

However, when questioned on the stand about the alleged sexual encounter at the law office of Andrew and Stacey Evans, Bradley claimed ignorance, stating that he only knew Willis “rented an office from the Evans.”

Read the full text conversation From Megyn Kelly’s report below:

MERCHANT: Any idea who I could get an affidavit from on the affair?

BRADLEY: No…no one would freely burn that bridge


MERCHANT: If Chris was asked under oath would he know?



MERCHANT: I figured he would

MERCHANT I didn’t expect them to be so careful [laughing face emoji]

BRADLEY: He knows but he won’t admit it

– September 18, 2023, 3:11pm to 5:37pm

Bradley’s acknowledgment of a previous affair marks the second instance of associates to Willis and Wade providing testimony that contradicts their sworn statements, which claimed their sexual relationship began only after Wade’s hiring. A former acquaintance of Willis had earlier testified in court that their relationship extended back to as early as 2019, and cell phone records indicate Wade staying overnight at Willis’ residence during the period when they denied their relationship.

By January 2024, Bradley was divulging details about multiple vacations taken by the couple, even mentioning Wade assisting Willis with relocating residences at some point.

MERCHANT: I assume you knew about the trips…. wowowoow


MERCHANT: I’m shocked

MERCHANT: Well not really but somewhat

BRADLEY: No I didnt

BRADLEY: When did it happen

MERCHANT: Last trip was this summer

MERCHANT: May or June

BRADLEY: No I didnt know…I was gone by then

BRADLEY: Doesn’t surprise me…they took many trips to Florida



BRADLEY: California

BRADLEY: When she moved her daughter there

MERCHANT: I can’t believe they were sooooo carefree


MERCHANT: They had a full on relationship. Insane

MERCHANT: Just insane

BRADLEY: He went to help her move her

MERCHANT: Why she would hire him is insane


MERCHANT: Like just date / don’t hire him.

– January 5, 2024, 9:39am to 9:49am

When questioned about when the couple met, Bradley said that they had crossed paths both in courtroom settings and in their personal lives for several years before working together on the Trump case.

MERCHANT: Do you think it started before she hired him?

BRADLEY: Absolutely

BRADLEY: It started when she left the DA’s office and was judge in South Fulton

[Merchant ‘liked’ the message]

BRADLEY: They met at the Municipal court clerk conference.

MERCHANT: That’s what I figured / When he was married

– January 5, 2024, 9:52am to 9:53am

Two hours later, when prompted to verify the time and place, Bradley did so.

MERCHANT: Is this accurate? / Upon information and belief, Willis and Wade met while both were serving as Magistrate Judges and began a romantic relationship at that time.

BRADLEY: No Municipal court

MERCHANT: Thank you

BRADLEY: But you can’t put where they met not many people know that

BRADLEY: I might be one of only not even chris campbell

– January 5, 2024, 11:56am to 12:47pm

Merchant made considerable efforts to prevent Bradley from being identified as the primary source of information in her initial submissions, telling him that a significant portion of her information also came from the attorney representing Wade’s former spouse.

MERCHANT: I’m almost done with my motion / I’m not filing u til Monday / Go home and sleep:-)

MERCHANT: I can send you a draft / Can’t wait to hear about your trip

BRADLEY: Ok…happy hunting lol

– January 5, 2024, 3:06pm to 3:08pm

As Kelly points out, Bradley openly shares his opinions about Willis and Wade, heightening the significance of his sudden lack of knowledge during sworn testimony.

BRADLEY: I really appreciate you keeping me out but I think you need to add me in the footnote 15 because I had a contract as well that way it doesn’t seem like I was involved


BRADLEY: It’s ok…add me to footnote 15 and how much I made

MERCHANT: I took you out / I can add that back!

MERCHANT: Good point

BRADLEY: Yes add it back

MERCHANT: Anything else ? Anything that isn’t accurate?”

BRADLEY: Looks good

– January 6, 2024, 12:02pm to 12:06pm

When asked how he thought the couple would respond to Merchant’s accusations, Bradley speculated that “they will deny it.”

MERCHANT: How will they react to this? / Attack me? Give the stupid no fear or favor speech?

BRADLEY: No they will deny it


BRADLEY: They won’t attack you

MERCHANT: I am shocked she paid him so much / How did they think they wouldn’t get caught!!!

MERCHANT: So careless / Why not just NOT pay nathan? / Lord.

BRADLEY: Arrogance

– January 6, 2024, 12:11pm to 12:43pm

Kelly proceeds to ponder why Bradley would be so forthcoming initially only to deny having any specific knowledge later while under oath. She suggests that he might have feared repercussions for disclosing privileged information or dreaded facing the ire of a district attorney, who “likes to bring charges with no foundation legally.”

The unfolding drama has severely undermined Willis’ capacity to handle her case against Trump and has thrust her into the spotlight of both the Georgia Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. Judge Scott McAfee will determine whether she should be removed from the case.

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