Mother of Hunter Biden’s Child Files Contempt Motion Over Financial Docs

Mother of Hunter Biden’s Child Files Contempt Motion Over Financial Docs

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Lawyers for Alexis Lunden Roberts, a woman with whom Hunter Biden fathered a child out of wedlock, have filed a motion seeking to hold the former vice president’s son in contempt of court for refusing to comply with an order to provide financial documents related to a paternity and child support suit.

According to the Arkansas-Democrat Gazette, the contempt motion, filed in Arkansas court, accuses Hunter Biden of failing to provide his 2017 and 2018 personal tax returns, along with

“All financial institutions used by him or a business he owns or controls;” “a list of all companies he currently owns or in which he has an ownership interest and the state in which those companies are incorporated;” “a list of all sources of income for the past five years;” “a list of all employers for the past five years;” tax documents for companies he owns and “a copy of deeds to properties that he owns or in which he has an ownership interest.”

The motion went on to say, “The defendant continues to act as though he has no respect for this Court, its orders, the legal process in this state, or the needs of his child for support. This Court should take some action that will make the defendant follow court orders and a believer in the rule of law.”

Roberts, a 28-year-old resident of Independence County, is a former stripper with whom Hunter Biden had a relationship while he was still dating the widow of his deceased brother, Beau.

A DNA test last year confirmed that the younger Biden is indeed the father of Roberts’ child, who was born in August 2018. Citing the DNA test results, the judge in the paternity case ruled that Hunter Biden is the child’s legal and biological father. In January, Hunter agreed to pay monthly child support retroactive to November 2018.

Roberts’ lawyers now argue that his behavior is “willful and contemptuous,” and have urged the court to order him to appear in person at a March 13 pretrial to defend himself against contempt allegations.

Hunter Biden’s attorney has argued that his client will be unavailable until April 1, but the court expects him to appear for a deposition in Little Rock on Wednesday. The judge has insisted that he must be present.

“After months of hiding, one has to wonder if the reason Hunter Biden continues to defy the court is because there are financial documents that could shed light on his father’s massive conflicts of interest as vice president,” Republican National Committee (RNC) spokesman Steve Guest told Fox News.

As the Democrat-Gazette reported:

Mother of Hunter Biden’s Child Files Contempt Motion Over Financial Docs

In Friday’s Renewed Motion for Contempt and for Order to Show Cause, Roberts’ attorney, Clint Lancaster, said [Hunter] “has continued to flaunt the orders of this Court by failing to answer discovery, comply with court orders, and provide his financial information.”

Circuit Judge Don McSpadden, who was initially assigned the case, made clear more than three months ago that Hunter could not withhold certain records.

Circuit Judge Holly Meyer took over from McSpadden in January. The new judge stated that Hunter Biden “needs to make himself available unless his hair is on fire.”

The 50-year-old son of presidential candidate Joe Biden told the court in a signed November 27 affidavit that he is unemployed and has not had a monthly income since May of 2019.

According to the New York Times, Hunter Biden is currently trying to make a living in art as a painter, living in a $12,000-a-month hideout in Hollywood Hills. He reportedly drives a Porsche.

His ex-wife, Kathleen, accused him in her divorce filing of “spending extravagantly on his own interests (including drugs, alcohol, prostitutes, strip clubs and gifts for women with whom he has sexual relations), while leaving the family with no funds to pay legitimate bills.”

Hunter Biden was kicked out of the Navy for cocaine use in 2013 after just a month of service. A 2015 hack of the adultery website Ashley Madison revealed him as a user.

Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is currently moving ahead with an effort to subpoeana Ukrainian politician Andrii Telizhenko, who worked at the Ukrainian embassy in Washington, D.C., from December 2015 to June 2016, in an effort to learn more about Hunter Biden’s involvement with the Ukrainian gas firm Burisma, for which he was a board member making $83,000 a month during the time his father oversaw Ukraine policy as vice president.

A vote in Johnson’s committee is scheduled for Wednesday.

Luis Miguel is a writer whose journalistic endeavors shed light on the Deep State, the immigration crisis, and the enemies of freedom. Follow his exploits on FacebookTwitterBitchute, and at luisantoniomiguel.com.

Courtesy of The New American