Hunter Biden’s Ex-Girlfriends Appear Before Jury

Hunter Biden's Ex-Girlfriends Appear Before Jury

( – When President Joe Biden was campaigning, the media and even Biden himself significantly downplayed the scandals surrounding his son, Hunter. Shortly after Joe won the election, Hunter revealed he was under investigation for his taxes. It turns out, perhaps not unsurprisingly, people weren’t aware of just how much was taking place. Now, as the investigation digs deeper, two of Hunter’s former lovers have been called to testify before a grand jury.

Ex-Girlfriends Testify

On Tuesday, February 15, two of Hunter’s former lovers, 28-year-old Zoe Kestan and 30-year-old Lunden Roberts, the mother of his 3-year-old daughter, appeared before a grand jury in Wilmington, Delaware. Both underwent questioning about Hunter’s finances and lavish spending habits.

Kestan reportedly testified for five hours, answering questions about their relationship and the money he spent during their time together. According to her, she and Hunter stayed in luxury hotels, including a month-long stay at Chateau Marmont. They also attended several parties and events together, including art shows. According to emails obtained by Fox News Digital, Hunter sent her money on several occasions, asking her to withdraw the funds. Kestan says she has no idea how he earned the money or the money’s origins.

The couple also shopped for a mansion to rent between April and December 2018, with rental prices between $7,000 and $13,500 per month.

It’s unclear what testimony Roberts provided because she refused to discuss the hearing with reporters. Despite having a child together and having hired her to work at his investment firm, Rosemont Seneca, Hunter claims he doesn’t remember his encounter with her. She took him to court to establish paternity and sued for child support, which he said he couldn’t pay due to his 2017 divorce.

China Dealings in Question

Hunter Biden’s taxes are not the only thing in question. Several transactions with the Bank of China have raised eyebrows, too. In 2020, the Senate Homeland Security Committee and Senate Finance Committee uncovered the fact there were several transactions flagged by banks as “potential criminal activity.”

As of right now, authorities have not charged Hunter Biden criminally. However, investigators aren’t going easy on him just because he’s the president’s son. In fact, Joe Biden left the prosecutors on Hunter’s case in charge to avoid any rumblings of interference.

For his part, Hunter maintains his innocence and says while he’s cooperating with the investigation, he’s also “100% certain” he‘ll be cleared.

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