Deadbeat Dad: Hunter Biden's Baby Mama Accuses Him of Living the High Life While Crying Poor

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Hunter Biden is livin’ large while pretending to be a poor starving artist to avoid child support. At least, that’s what the mother of his out-of-wedlock child claimed in a briefing filed in an Independence County, Arkansas court Thursday.


Hunter is requesting that his child support payments be lowered due to a “material change” in his income. I bet.

Clinton Lancaster, an attorney for Lunden Roberts, Hunter’s ex-girlfriend and mother to their child, filed a 12-page discovery motion accusing the first son of putting on an act:

Biden claims to be nothing more than a Yale educated attorney/artist who is somewhat financially destitute and needs his child support adjusted.

However, for an artist living on meager means, Mr. Biden is living lavishly.

He travels the world on the safest and most comfortable airplane in existence — Air Force One.

When mentioning Air Force One, Lancaster is clearly referring to the fact that Hunter joined his father aboard the presidential plane on a trip to Ireland earlier this month. Why Hunter needed to be on that delegation when he’s currently under investigation for possible tax crimes is anybody’s guess. Since that trip, an IRS whistleblower has come forward and wants to testify on Capitol Hill that the troubled recovering addict received “preferential treatment” from the Internal Revenue Service in that probe.

As RedState’s Bonchie reported, the frustrated judge in the case ordered Hunter to appear at all future hearings, with the first slated for May 1. The younger Biden has been dragging his feet throughout this process and has shown little interest in the welfare of his offspring. The elder Biden meanwhile refused even to acknowledge the existence of his youngest granddaughter—whose name is Navy Joan Roberts, though the president might now know that—at a White House event Thursday.


He claimed he only has six grandchildren, but in reality he has seven:

Truly a classy bunch here.

Lancaster wasn’t done, asking how Hunter could afford uber-expensive attorneys yet cry poverty in the same breath:

“What Mr. Biden has paid, or received as a contribution, for paying these elite attorneys has a definitive and quantifiable value that goes directly to his income for child support purposes,” wrote Lancaster, arguing that attorney-client privilege did not bar the payment information from discovery.

The attorney pointed out that Democratic fixer Abbe Lowell “charges a rate of $855 per billable hour” and that two of his other lawyers, Chicago-based George Mesires, and Brent Langdon, don’t come cheap either.

If Mr. Biden can afford a Washington DC, Hollywood, Chicago biglaw, and the best domestic relations attorney on the Texas side of the Texarkana border, he surely must have income for child support purposes.

Payments to attorneys will show … there is no difficulty that a person with the last name ‘Biden’ cannot fix with a Biden-paid or funded attorney. These payments will evince that there is respect, admiration, power, accolades, and not harassment or hardship due to the name ‘Biden.’

The plaintiff has evidence that the defendant has not fully disclosed his income sources, residences, assets, and property.


Hunter’s past continues to haunt him and cast a shadow and sense of corruption over his father’s presidency. Things will get really interesting Monday when he’s supposed to appear in person. Grab a Bud Light Coors and enjoy the show.

That’s not all that’s going on in Hunter-World:

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