Ms. Willis has not addressed the allegation of a romantic relationship with Mr. Wade, who is in the middle of a contentious divorce. During her speech on Jan. 14, in which she repeatedly referred to herself as “flawed,” she noted that critics “only attack one” of the three special prosecutors whom she hired for the Georgia case — Mr. Wade.
“God, isn’t it them who’s playing the race card when they only question one?” she said.
Days after the speech, Ms. Willis sought to quash a subpoena seeking her testimony in Mr. Wade’s divorce case. Her filing claimed that Mr. Wade’s estranged wife, Joycelyn Wade, had “conspired” with “interested parties” in the Trump case to “annoy, embarrass and oppress” her.
Mr. Wade has been ordered to appear next Wednesday at a hearing on the divorce. Ms. Wade’s lawyer, Andrea Dyer Hastings, has said that she plans to question him on the stand.
Court filings from Ms. Wade this week show that her lawyer is hoping to introduce a flurry of documents into the divorce case, presumably in an effort to further prove a relationship between Mr. Wade and Ms. Willis. The documents include credit card statements and bank records, as well as documents from Airbnb and Vacation Express, a seller of vacation packages in the Caribbean and Mexico.
Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Georgia Republican who is a close ally of Mr. Trump, filed a complaint against Mr. Wade with the state ethics commission on Thursday, calling him Ms. Willis’s “secret boyfriend,” and calling the case against Mr. Trump a “self-serving gambit.”