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Former Fulton County special prosecutor Nathan Wade is requesting a reduction in alimony payments to his ex-wife Joycelyn Wade.

Wade stepped down as special prosecutor in the election interference RICO case against former President Donald Trump.

Fulton County district attorney Fani Willis appointed Wade to oversee the prosecution of Trump and 18 others. Willis reportedly paid Wade over $700,000 to prosecute Trump.

But a defense attorney uncovered details of Willis and Wade’s secret romance, including trips to the Caribbean and oceanliner cruises.

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In March, Judge Scott McAfee ruled that Willis could stay on as prosecutor, as long as Wade stepped down.

Last week Joycelyn asked a judge to hold Wade in contempt of court for refusing to pay her medical bills, per a temporary court order.

In response, Wade said he is unable to meet his financial obligations, because his income is reduced substantially.

“[Wade] is no longer able to … meet the financial obligations set forth in the temporary order,” Wade’s divorce lawyer M. Scott Kimbrough wrote in documents obtained by the New York Post.

But Joycelyn’s attorneys requested that the judge jail Wade until he fulfills his outstanding financial obligations.

Jocelyn is experiencing possible cancer symptoms, including abdominal pain, loss of appetite and unexplained weight loss.

She accused her ex of failing to pay $4,400 for “urgent” diagnostic tests, including an endoscopy, colonoscopy, and ultrasound.

“These symptoms have significantly impacted her ability to consume most foods, leading to a substantial weight loss,” Joycelyn’s lawyer wrote.

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According to court documents, Wade informed their daughter, a medical student, that he would no longer be paying her rent or medical school tuition.

He also cut off their son financially.