Breaking: Leaked Text Messages From Fani Willis’ Office Expose Everything

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The office of Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is embroiled in yet another scandal as court records reveal that an investigator from her office allegedly made inappropriate advances towards a witness during a case. Amidst the ongoing RICO trial involving rapper Young Thug and his co-defendants, new details emerged regarding the investigator’s conduct towards a female witness identified as A. Bennett. The witness’s attorney raised concerns about messages sent by the investigator named Hamilton during cross-examination.

Among the text messages was one from Hamilton that read: “Hit me up if you’re bored later. We’re not gonna talk shop.” When questioned about the purpose of the investigator’s conversation, Bennett informed attorney Keith Adams that Hamilton wished to have a discussion regarding the possibility of going out on a social outing with her.

“And this is February 7 of 2024, this year, when the investigator for the DA’s office is supposed to be talking to you about a case, but in fact, is calling you talking about going on a date. Is that true?” Adams asked the witness.

“Yes,” she replied.

Bennett testified on Monday that Hamilton had referred to her as “mama” multiple times.

In a text message that was shown to the court, the investigator had texted the witness, “G[ood] m[orning] Mama. Hope you slept well. Again don’t come at 1:30. I have a feeling the defense will keep this same witness from yesterday all day again today. I’ll give you an update at 3pm. You will most likely go up tomorrow morning. I’ll talk 2 u soon.”

Newsweek reported: “Bennett is testifying in the case about a robbery that Williams and two others allegedly committed in 2013. Williams and 27 others were indicted in a sweeping RICO case by Willis in May 2022. The district attorney is accusing Williams of being the kingpin of Young Slime Life, an Atlanta-based street gang affiliated with the notorious national Bloods gang.”

“The YSL trial has been underway since November and is expected to go well into 2024. Monday marks the 54th day of the trial. Monday’s text messages are the latest details in the sexual harassment allegations being raised by Williams’ defense team,” the outlet added.

Bennett gave her testimony in court last month, stating that Hamilton had sexually harassed her and had expressed a desire to harm her once the investigation concluded. She recounted how the investigator had requested a private meeting at a restaurant, but she felt uneasy going alone, so she brought her 2-year-old son with her instead.

On Monday, Adams asked Bennett: “Did the fact that this employee of the district attorney’s office was trying to date you come into your mind as you were thinking about whether you would be coming in and testifying or not?”

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“Yes,” she responded.

In her testimony on Monday, Bennett reiterated that she felt unsettled by Adriane Love, the chief deputy district attorney, and other individuals from Willis’ team. Despite informing the district attorney’s office that she had no additional information about the alleged robbery, she claimed that they continued to harass her.

Love’s lawyers made an effort last month to have Bennett removed from the case, arguing that she had willingly and consistently involved herself in the proceedings, thus becoming a witness. However, the judge overseeing the case ruled last week against disqualifying Love.

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