Is Hunter Biden Trying To “Gag” His Lovechild?

According to reports, in an Arkansas child support arrangement with his child’s mother, Lunden Roberts, Hunter Biden promised his four-year-old daughter Navy Joan Roberts some of his paintings but not the Biden surname.

In May, a judge ordered that Biden give an under-oath deposition answering concerns about his wealth. As part of the initial deal he struck with Roberts in 2020, he agreed to pay child support in the amount of $20,000 per month. But he later asked for it to be reduced to $5,000.

The settlement calls for Biden to gift his daughter some paintings measuring no less than 24 inches by 24 inches. All art sales revenues are to be sent to an account controlled by her mother, Lunden Roberts.

Since Hunter Biden has been under scrutiny for years for gun offenses, tax evasion,  and suspected corruption in international business transactions, his artwork has been profitable for him but a joke among many people.

A report reveals that five poster prints of his paintings each sold for $75,000 in 2021. Hunter Biden originals may be purchased for $500,000.

Roberts had an affair with Hunter Biden that resulted in pregnancy five years ago when she was employed as a stripper at the Mpire Gentlemen’s Club in Washington, DC. Text exchanges from the “laptop from hell” reveal that Hunter Biden’s consulting business paid Roberts when she was pregnant with Navy, despite his initial denial that he had ever met her. Roberts’ child support requests began in 2019.

Lunden testified before a Delaware federal grand jury in the case against Hunter Biden involving firearms and taxes.

According to court reports, the plea agreement by Hunter Biden in the legal troubles was made public last week.

First son Hunter Biden agreed to attend a pretrial diversion program to have a felony count of unlawfully carrying a handgun while addicted to crack cocaine expunged in exchange for pleading guilty to two misdemeanor counts of willfully failing to pay his federal tax obligations in 2017 and 2018.

The case will be heard in a Wilmington, Delaware, court on the 26th of July.