Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President, Joe Biden, is demanding his estranged wife, Kathleen Biden, turn over any and all incriminating evidence against herself as proof she cheated on him. The move comes as another bombshell in the bitter divorce.
Hunter, 47, recently made headlines after it was revealed he was in a “relationship” with Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden, his brother who died in May of 2015. Hunter’s holdings as it’s related to his net worth are not listed publicly however, his father, Joe Biden’s net worth is reported at $900 thousand dollars.
Kathleen claimed in divorce docs that Hunter was frequently engaged with prostitutes and “other women.” And now, in newly filed legal docs, Hunter is asking Kathleen to turn over “letters, cards, notes and emails between you and any person that you had a romantic or sexual relationship with other than your husband during the marriage,” reports tmz. Continue reading
Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden, who died at age 46 in 2015, is now in a relationship with his brother, Hunter Biden, it has been revealed. Former Vice President, Joe Biden and his wife Jill issued a joint statement saying: “We are all lucky that Hunter and Hallie found each other as they were putting their lives together.”
According to reports, Hunter, 47, separated from his wife Kathleen, aged 48, but the split was not made public until now. They have three children together. The new couple now share five children between them.
In February Biden spoke of his children at an event in New York and said: ‘My son Hunter, who is still here and running the family, is better than me’ The grieving daughter in law of Vice President Joe Biden is in a romantic relationship with Hunter Biden, her late husband’s younger brother, it was dramatically revealed Wednesday. Continue reading
Vice President Joe Biden‘s son Hunter, was discharged from the Navy Reserve this year after he tested positive for cocaine.
Hunter, 44, is the younger of Biden’s two sons and works as a lawyer and managing partner at an investment firm.
“It was the honor of my life to serve in the U.S. Navy, and I deeply regret and am embarrassed that my actions led to my administrative discharge. Continue reading