Hunter Biden Demands Court Keeps His Financial Records 'Secret' in Child Support Case
Former Vice President's son claims he is 'unemployed'
Hunter Biden has filed a legal request in an Arkansas court to hide his financial records amid his ongoing child support battle, fearing the information could cause public 'embarrassment.'
But despite being previously paid a substantial monthly salary during his time on the board of Burisma, Biden is now claiming he is unemployed with no monthly income and has “significant debt.”
But the filing says that "likelihood that [Biden's] private records will be used in an inappropriate or malicious manner for reasons that have absolutely nothing to do with these proceedings is exceedingly high and should not be tolerated by the court."
Biden's attorney argues that given "the extraordinary circumstances surrounding the parties involved in this matter, it is in the interest of justice and necessary for a Protective Order to be in place.
The news comes as former DC stripper Lunden Roberts proved with DNA results that Biden is the father of her child.
According to Biden's signed statement:
"In an effort to demonstrate to this court my good faith, I attest that I am unemployed and have had no monthly income since May 2019."
Meanwhile, Roberts, who is demanding Biden pay her $11K in legal fees on top of child support, is said to agree that a Protective Order is appropriate.
So far, she refused to commit to the terms demanded by Biden fully.
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Biden is also requesting the hearing be delayed until a decision on the order is made, arguing he has been unable to complete an affidavit of his financials.
Swamped in controversy
Last month, Neon Nettle reported that an investment company, with ties to Hunter Biden, was granted $130 million in bailout loans by the US government while his father, Joe Biden, served in the Obama White House as vice president.
A new report alleges that a company led by Hunter’s business partners, Chris Heinz and Devon Archer - Rosemont Capital - received millions of dollars under a government bailout program intended to boost US firms.
The company received the loans at a crucial time for Hunter Biden, who was forced to step down from his lobbying business in 2008.
The younger Biden had reportedly stepped down from his business due to pressure on his father’s vice-presidential campaign.