Court documents don’t say whether high-profile attorney Willie Gary flew to Atlanta for court proceedings on his Boeing 737, which has a gold-plated sink, or the original “Wings of Justice,” his slightly-less-luxurious Gulfstream. But the shadow of Gary’s wealth hovers over the lengthy appeal just filed by the mother of his twins, whose $336,000 annual child support payments were slashed last year to a mere $60,000 a year — plus tuition for the twins’ private school — by Fulton County, Ga., Superior Court Judge Cynthia Wright.

In an Oct. 30 application for discretionary review, Gary’s lifestyle — fueled by his $1 million-plus monthly income — is compared against the fairly plush circumstances to which his former paramour, Diana Gowins, has become accustomed as she raises her children with Gary and a teenage daughter by another man.

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