Former-Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter is in hot water again after the 28-year-old mother of his alleged child is forcing him into court.
Lunden Roberts claims that Hunter Biden fathered her 10-month-old child in 2017 when he was still dating his dead brother’s widow.
According to Roberts, Hunter and she engaged in an affair that led to the birth of the child. She has gone on to claim that Hunter admitted the child is his to her but denied it in court.
Roberts is now trying to force Biden to take a DNA test to prove paternity, something Hunter has fought against adamantly. She said her only goal is to get child support and healthcare for the baby.
Lunden Roberts lived in Washington D.C. for 2 years while studying at George Washington University, when the alleged affair took place. She has made an active effort to avoid the media on the paternity issue, which has proven difficult since Joe Biden is currently vying for the Democrat Presidential nomination.
A member of her house in Southside, Arkansas told the press: “There’s no story here. I don’t mean to be rude but you have to leave.”
Roberts had been a basketball star in Arkansas when she was younger.
All of this comes at a bad time for the Biden family. Joe and Hunter are being criticized for using Joe’s political status for decades to enrich his family members, especially son Hunter.
Hunter was hired as the Vice President of major US bank MNBA when he was only 28. MNBA had employees served as the TOP Biden campaign donors for 20 straight years.
The same bank rehired Hunter Biden in the mid-2000s as a consultant for an undisclosed amount while Joe Biden was lobbying for the Credit card industry.
Hunter Biden was also given a $50k+ a month job at Ukrainian Natural Gas company Burisma Holdings in 2014 while then-Vice President Joe Biden was lobbying Ukraine to invest more money in natural gas companies and hire more foreigners to their boards.
In 2016, Joe Biden threatened to withhold $1 billion in foreign aid funds from Ukraine unless they fired the prosecutor investigating Burisma and its CEO for corruption at the time.
Hunter is also being looked into for a possible corrupt-deal that gave him a board position with a Chinese investment company that invested in nuclear technology.