Hunter Biden spends 55k on PRIVATE JET to attend hearing to claim he’s too poor to pay child support: report

Hunter Biden claimed in September 2022 that he had "a substantial material change" to his income that prevented him from honoring child support payments.

Joshua Young North Carolina

Hunter Biden, who is being sued for child support by the mother of one of his children, Lunden Roberts, appeared in an Arkansas court May 1 for the proceedings to claim a "substantial material change" for the worse prevented him for honoring his child support payments, but the First Son flew to the court via a private jet owned by his wealthy Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris

According to the New York Post, the $6 million luxury jet, a 2001 Dassault Falcon 50, is registered to "Plato LLC, for which Morris is the principal, California business records show" and was previously owned by country singer Brad Paisely.

The jet took off on April 30 from Los Angeles, landed at Dulles Airport in Washington, DC, and then made the trip to Arkansas.

Roberts has accused the First Son of hiding financial assets, including profit from his work as an artist, to avoid paying his $20,000 a month child support. 

Hunter Biden claimed in September that he had "'a substantial material change" to his income that prevented him from honoring the payments. Roberts' lawyer, Clinton Lancaster, said it was "inappropriate and unjust" that Biden had been withholding his paternity payments.

32-year-old Roberts worked as a stripper when the two met and conceived ] daughter Navv Joan Roberts, who is now four-years old and whom Biden has never met. Biden was in a relationship with his sister-in-law via his dead brother Beau at the time. Hunter Biden initially denied paternity until a DNA test proved he was the father in 2019, leading to a settlement with his baby's mother for $2.5 million in 2020.

Biden agreed to pay child support as part of the settlement.

Morris paid $2 million in tax debt on behalf of Hunter Biden in 2021, reports the Post.

"Flight records show the aircraft landing in or taking off from Fayetteville, Ark," where Hunter Biden's financial advisor, Edward Prewit lives, "at least nine times between February 2022 and April 2023," reports the outlet.


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