Hunter Biden Rents $12k-a-Month Hollywood Home While Refusing to Pay Child Support
Does Biden's home suggests financial woes are over?
Biden is currently renting the house for $12,000 a month.
The house’s owner, Shane Khoh, who revealed arrangement to The Washington Examiner, said no prior relationship with Biden or his partner before they moved into the home last summer.
“I don’t know them at all. I put it out on the market, and they rented it,” he said.
Biden's gated home features floor-to-ceiling windows, a pool, a guest house, and panoramic city views.
One of Biden’s businesses, Skaneateles LLC, is also registered to the home, corporate records reveal.
The former Vice President's son, who is currently entangled in a paternity battle with former stripper Lunden Roberts, was called by a judge to appear in court to explain why he should not be held in contempt after he failed to provide five years of financial documents.
After Biden recently missed the mid-January deadline to disclose financial documents after Independence County Circuit Judge Holly Meyer sent his legal team an "Order to Appear and Show Cause."
Last year, Lunden Roberts, the mother of his baby, demanded that he admits to how much he was paid by the notoriously corrupt Ukraine energy company Burisma Holdings.
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After Roberts filed a child support case against Biden, she pressured the court to force Hunter to reveal how much he has earned from his work for foreign companies.
Roberts is demanding that Hunter Biden admits he was employed as a board member for Burisma in Ukraine and that he was compensated with tens of thousands of dollars a month.
The actual figure that Roberts asks Biden to confirm is redacted in the seven-page document filed last year.
Biden served on the board of the Ukrainian oil company Burisma from April 2014 to April 2019 and was paid as much as $50,000 to $83,000 a month, even though he had no experience in the energy industry.
His appointment to the board has been at the heart of the impeachment inquiry that House Democrats have launched into President Donald Trump.