A recent report from the Daily Mail claims that Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, withdrew $20,000 from his daughter Maisy’s college savings fund in 2018. According to the report, this money was spent on what the outlet described as “hookers and drugs.”
The report states that Hunter Biden received an alarming email from Wells Fargo bank on December 17, 2018, informing him that he had just 44 cents left in his personal account. In response, he reportedly requested the bank to transfer $20,000 from Maisy’s college savings account.
Just days later, in another email to his wealth managers, Hunter Biden, who at the time admitted to struggling with a “full-blown addiction” to crack cocaine and excessive spending on prostitutes, asked for them to “liquidate what you can.” He also requested that no funds be withdrawn from his accounts to pay bills related to his “ex.”
The Daily Mail’s report also references additional emails and messages found on Hunter Biden’s controversial laptop. These messages allegedly reveal that the money withdrawn from Maisy’s account was used for various purposes, including payments for prostitutes, the purchase of a high-end sports car, subscriptions to sex webcam services, and other expenses.
One email mentioned in the report was from Hunter Biden’s assistant, Katie Dodge, reminding him of bills and expenses that needed attention. In his response, he directed her to pay specific expenses, defer others, and indicated that she would receive only half of her paycheck. He also mentioned, “If you haven’t noticed Katie, my business partner is now a prisoner on death row in China,” referring to businessman Ye Jianming, who disappeared from public view in China that year.
Fox News Digital has reached out to Hunter Biden’s representative for a response to these allegations, but as of now, there has been no comment from their side.
Hunter Biden recently appeared in federal court for arraignment on charges related to making false statements in the purchase of a firearm and possession of a firearm by an unlawful user of or addict to a controlled substance. He pleaded not guilty to these charges. If convicted on all counts, he could face up to 25 years in prison, along with substantial fines and supervised release.
It remains to be seen how these recent revelations will impact Hunter Biden’s legal and personal circumstances.