As the criminal investigations into his business dealings heat up, Hunter Biden took a weekend trip to a lavish vineyard in California that belongs to one of his father’s biggest donors.
According to a report, Hunter was accompanied by his family. Wife Melissa Cohen, son Beau, 3, and a Secret Service agent.
Hunter ran away just as an Arkansas judge ordered him to face Lunden Roberts, a former stripper who confirmed he was the father of their child.
In addition, Roberts’ attorneys will have the opportunity to question Hunter directly at a June deposition regarding his many questionable business dealings and international activities. They also ask how it’s conceivable that Hunter’s wealth has plummeted while, under his new artist persona, he is selling his artwork for as much as $500,000.
The report shows that after bringing Hunter to court in 2019 and compelling him to undergo a DNA test to confirm he is the father of Navy Joan, Roberts reportedly secured a $2.5 million settlement.
In the continuing child support litigation, Roberts’ attorneys claim Hunter Biden has not supplied a single document of discovery.
Biden was ordered to appear at the May 1 hearing by Independence County Circuit Judge Holly Meyer.
Lawyers for Roberts argued in court recently that Hunter Biden should be detained in the Cleburne County Detention Center until he complies.
According to an online report, for failing to turn over his bank documents as requested in her case seeking payments in support for their 4-year-old daughter, Navy Joan, attorneys for Lunden Roberts sought an Arkansas judge to imprison the first son.
As reported, Roberts, 32, acquired a paternity test to verify Hunter was Navy Joan’s father, and Hunter has been trying to have his child support decreased.
For the trial, which is scheduled to begin in July, she has also hired Biden’s archenemy Garrett Ziegler as a qualified witness.
The organization Marco Polo, founded by Ziegler, a 27-year-old ex-Trump aide, presented a 644-page investigation of Hunter’s notorious laptop last year, in which hundreds of suspected offenses were identified.