Nathan Wade Pleads Poverty After Losing Gig Prosecuting Trump, Tries To Slash Alimony

Nathan Wade is pleading poverty since losing his prosecutor role in the Trump election fraud case and trying to avoid paying his estranged wife alimony, new court papers show.

Wade — forced to step down as special prosecutor in the Georgia case following the revelation of his affair with District Attorney Fani Willis — says he can no longer afford to honor the terms of a temporary agreement he reached with wife Joycelyn Wade less than three months ago, according to the filing.

“With the income from [Wade’s] employement as the Special Prosecutor no long coming in, and with income from [his] private practice being diminished, [he] is no longer able to … meet the financial obligations set forth in the temporary order,” Wade’s divorce lawyer M. Scott Kimbrough wrote in papers filed Monday.

Wade is now seeking an emergency hearing to lower his spousal support, expenses and financial obligations he agreed to pay Joycelyn in a temporary settlement reached Jan. 30. in the Cobb County divorce case.

Read the full story in the New York Post.