Wade’s ex-law partner was accused of sexual assault

Terrence Bradley denies the allegations

Terrence Bradley said he parted ways with Nathan Wade’s law firm after being accused of sexually assaulting an employee there.

Bradley emphatically denied the allegations.

“I didn’t sexually assault anybody,” he said under questioning from Anna Green Cross, a lawyer for the district attorney’s office.

Bradley acknowledged the employee received money from his escrow account.

“I think now we’ve opened up a whole area,” Judge Scott McAfee said.

Cross said the relevance of her questioning is tied to Bradley’s credibility and bias. She said that he had previously lied by saying the reason he left the firm was subject to attorney-client privilege.

“Now I’m left wondering if Mr. Bradley has been properly interpreting privilege this entire time,” the judge said.

McAfee said he would decide whether any evidence needed to be re-examined after viewing Bradley’s communications in private.