Hunter Biden in Court Over Arkansas Paternity Claim

Hunter Biden appears to be evading his child’s mother, seeking refuge within the White House’s protective confines.

Hunter Biden Allegedly Takes Up Residence in White House

In a recent revelation by The New York Post’s Miranda Devine, she alleges the president’s wayward son has taken up residence in the White House.

The reason cited is that Hunter fears Lunden Roberts, the former exotic dancer with whom he shares a child, might serve him legal documents, potentially landing him behind bars.

It seems Hunter neglected to submit the necessary financial documents in response to Roberts’ lawsuit concerning child support payments for their four-year-old daughter, Navy.

Given the recent media frenzy around his financial affairs, it’s hardly surprising that Hunter is keen on keeping these records out of the hands of Arkansas attorneys.

Joe, along with the entire Biden family, has not yet acknowledged the young girl’s existence. This family seems to exclude the child from holiday celebrations and familial get-togethers.

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Cristina Laila has also reported that in January, Hunter approached a judge to prevent Roberts from altering Navy’s last name to Biden.

Frustration Over Prolonged Litigation Process

In a recent development, Arkansas Judge Holly Meyer has commanded Hunter Biden to make a personal appearance in court this coming May.

Independence County Circuit Judge Holly Meyer instructed the lawyers representing both Hunter Biden and Lunden Roberts, to ensure their clients attend every hearing.

“From now on, I want both of your clients at every hearing I conduct,” Judge Meyer stated. During a Zoom call on Monday, Judge Meyer expressed her frustration with the attorneys, criticizing the prolonged nature of the litigation process.

Judge Meyer issued a stern warning, as reported by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, stating, “I will no longer allow us to excuse clients.”

As a result, 53-year-old Hunter will be mandated to attend the upcoming in-person hearing, slated for 9 a.m. on May 1st. Additionally, Judge Meyer probed Hunter’s legal team about the infamous laptop debacle.

This article appeared in TheDailyBeat and has been published here with permission.