Hunter Biden is a deadbeat dad. There’s no other way to describe it. He slept with a stripper by the name of Lunden Roberts and fathered a child out of wedlock. This part is old news.
However, Biden decided he wanted to pay her LESS child support. For the child he’s never even bothered to meet.
Imagine being the former stripper for just a moment. Your child’s father is the PRESIDENT’s son. You know he has money. And a likely illegal but highly lucrative art career. And the bastard has the nerve to reduce the child support? Oh, hell no.
An Arkansas judge isn’t having any of Hunter Biden’s antics, either. The Honorable Holly L. Meyer has taken the case, and she’s part of the 16th Judicial Circuit Court of Arkansas. She’s already told Hunter he needs to be at the courthouse in person on May 1 and for all future hearings that pertain to the paternity case.
Now that Hunter wants to reduce child support payments, that will require a deeper look into his finances. And that should get very interesting.
In the past, Hunter hasn’t wanted to share many details. And he was almost held in contempt of court for not providing documents.
It’s obvious that Hunter believes that he’s above the law. Daddy will make this all go away, right? Not quite.
As Clint Lancaster, Roberts’ lawyer has said, “There is no valid excuse or justification for the defendant’s failure to provide the required disclosures as the court has granted every single protective order the defendant has asked for since the inception of this case … the defendant is playing games with this court.”
Roberts and her lawyers have also suggested that it might be necessary to have Hunter locked up in the Cleburne County Detention Center until he complies with the court order to provide the necessary financials.
That could certainly add some excitement to the case, don’t you think?
We don’t know what’s going to happen, but it’s like a soap opera. There’s going to be more happening on May 1 when the “will he/won’t he” saga continues to see if Hunter actually shows up in person in the courthouse instead of sending his legal team.