Hunter Biden Accused of Smuggling Ex-Stripper into Govt Building in Washington D.C
The revelations came from a series of Swedish media emails
Joe Biden's son, Hunter Biden, has been accused of smuggling an ex-stripper and other guests past security into a Swedish Government-owned building housing several embassies in Washington D.C.
The House of Sweden building houses the Swedish and Icelandic embassies in Washington DC.
Hunter, who rented office space in the building starting in February of 2017, reportedly smuggled guests by circumventing security to the building after office hours.
The revelations came from a series of Swedish media emails where the building real estate representative discussed the matter with Biden himself.
One Biden email read:
“It has again come to my attention that it appears that visitors have gained access to number 507 through the northern entrance after office hours."
"As we have 24/7 video surveillance throughout the building," the email adds, Expressen reports.
"Help us keep the building safe by following House of Sweden’s rules."
Biden responded by subtly accusing the building staff of racism, saying, “If NN has a problem with my guests’ race or attire, I think we should all sit down and talk about it with a lawyer present.”
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One of the guests was a former stripper, Lunden Roberts, who it was reported last year had a child with Biden.
Biden allegedly told the real estate company who complained of security breaches that Roberts worked as a basketball coach for his daughter and the daughter of former President Barack Obama.
Hunter has made headlines over the years from everything from drug addiction to shady deals with Ukrainian gas company Burisma.
Meanwhile, the President's son cashing in with a new memoir will chronicling his "personal demons."
According to Gallery Books, the book “Beautiful Things" will explore Hunter's struggles with substance abuse.
“Beautiful Things” was kept under wraps while Biden’s business dealings became public and after the election when his finances became a matter of investigation by the Justice Department.
Joe Biden has repeatedly rejected criticism of his son's financial dealings, asserting there is “no basis” Hunter profited from foreign business partners by selling access to his then-vice president father.