Hunter Biden's custody battle could lead to info on buyers of his art as mother of estranged daughter seeks financial records

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Hunter Biden is being sued for child support by the mother of one of his children, Lunden Alexis Roberts, who worked as a stripper when the two met and conceived his daughter Navy, and the case may force the president’s son to reveal who has been buying his artwork.

The New York Post reports that Clinton Lancaster, whom Roberts retained as an attorney, said in a December 27, 2022 court filing, “The plaintiff asked for detailed information about the defendant’s works of ‘art’ and the purchasers of the same.”

“Even though the defendant has been the subject of articles by the New York Times regarding his ‘art,’ President Biden’s administration has taken measures to shield the White House from the buyers of the defendant’s ‘art,’ and the defendant was seen in New York City as recently as a few months ago showing and selling his ‘art,’ the defendant has refused to provide any information about his ‘art’ or the income derived from it,” Lancaster said. 

In October, GOP Congressman Ken Buck asked US Attorney General Merrick Garland, “Mr. Attorney General, who buys Hunter Biden’s art? Who benefits? What benefits do they receive from the Biden administration? The American people want to know.”

As evidenced from the material on Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell,” the First Son has had business dealings overseas, including in China and Ukraine, that implicate Hunter and his father Joe Biden in profiteering and influence peddling.

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