A major revelation made on Politico could throw a wrench into Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis’ case against former President Donald Trump.

Willis indicted the former president, along with 18 other co-defendants, over their alleged effort to overturn the 2021 Georgia election.

Willis’ case may now be heading for the rocks after Politico reported that she colluded with the January 6 Select Committee. The DA obtained evidence from the committee that helped her prosecute Trump. Willis reportedly kept the evidence away from discovery requirements that would allow Trump’s lawyers to see what was shared, and the extent of the collaboration.

“Committee staff quietly met with lawyers and agents working for Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis in mid-April 2022, just as she prepared to convene a special grand jury investigation. In the previously unreported meeting, the Jan. 6 committee aides let the district attorney’s team review — but not keep — a limited set of evidence they had gathered,” Politico claimed.

According to Politico, the January 6 Select Committee provided evidence to Willis at the early stage of her investigation.

“The committee aided Willis’ nascent probe even as it rebuffed the Justice Department’s requests for material in the separate federal criminal probe of Trump’s election subversion,” Politico wrote. “At the time, one reason the committee was more inclined to cooperate with the Fulton County team than with the federal prosecutors was that federal prosecutors might have been required to disclose the evidence in ongoing criminal cases related to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.”

The latest revelation comes after one of Trump’s co-defendants filed a lawsuit against Willis’ office, asking the court to disqualify DA from the case.

According to Conservative Archives, Michael Roman —a former Trump 2020 campaign official and one of the former president’s co-defendants— alleged that Willis was having an improper relationship with Nathan Wade.

Willis hired Wade, a private attorney with the Atlanta-based Wade & Campbell Firm, who worked with Willis on the case against Trump. Willis, however, failed to disclose her relationship with Wade.

“Mr. Roman … moves the Court for an order disqualifying the district attorney, her office, and the special prosecutor from further prosecuting the instant matter on the grounds that the district attorney and the special prosecutor have been engaged in an improper, clandestine personal relationship during the pendency of this case, which has resulted in the special prosecutor, and, in turn, the district attorney, profiting significantly from this prosecution at the expense of the taxpayers,” the lawsuits reads.