Hunter Biden, the 52-year-old son of President Biden, just asked a judge in Independence County, Arkansas to readdress his child support payments for former stripper Lunden Roberts. She is the mother of their 4-year-old child he had out of wedlock in 2018.
According to the court filing, Biden said there has been a “substantial material change” in his “financial circumstances, including but not limited to his income.” Therefore, he needs to have the amount lowered that he pays in support each month.
This isn’t the first time that Hunter has cried poor mouth. In November of 2019, he stated in an affidavit: “I am unemployed and have had no monthly income since May 2019.” He also said that his debts and obligations from his divorce were “significant.”
The younger Biden moved out of his $5.4 million mansion in Venice Beach in 2021. It was there that he parked his Porsche Panamera, which cost six figures. From the mansion, he moved into a rental in Malibu which cost him $20,000 a month. He converted the three-car garage into an art studio where he made prints he sold last year for $75,000 each.
No one knows what his obligations are for child support in Arkansas because the court order is sealed. It’s not apparent whether it included the $50,000 a month he was getting for being on the Burisma energy company in Ukraine where he sat on the board until recently. And no one knows whether it includes the $4.8 million that he received from the communist Chinese CEFC energy company.
For that matter, no one knows how in the world he got on the boards, except for, of course, his dad’s influence.
The lawyers for Lunden Roberts made an interesting observation about Hunter Biden’s request to pay less child support. They said it may prove to be a costly move because, “Ultimately, this is going to require us to look deeply, more deeply, into Hunter’s finances.”