Hunter Biden's lawyer seen ripping bong hits on balcony during first son's visit

Hunter went to visit and someone snapped a photo of Morris on the balcony.


Hunter Biden visited his attorney, Kevin Morris, in Los Angeles. During the visit, Morris was seen on the balcony of the home smoking from a bong.  

The story breaks as evidence of Biden violating the Mann Act, allegedly bringing prostitutes across state lines, was presented by Marjorie Taylor Greene in the Congressional Oversight Committee on the Biden Family Investigation.  

The president's son took a trip to visit the lawyer and someone snapped the photo of the lawyer on the balcony, as reported by the Daily Mail.  

Hunter arrived at the home escorted by secret service vehicles and walked up to the house with bodyguards. He was greeted by a woman at the door of the home.  

Morris, the lawyer, is known for brokering big entertainment deals in the industry of Hollywood. South Park, a well-known cartoon series, is among his lucrative business dealings. 

According to the New York Times, Morris has lent more than $2 million to Hunter to help pay taxes and to navigate a child support lawsuit.  

Additionally, Morris has helped Hunter out with travel expenses connected to his child support case in Arkansas regarding his 4-year-old daughter, Navy Joan. The child's grandfather, President Biden, has repeatedly refused to acknowledge the child's existence.  

Morris flew the jet from LA to DC and then to Arkansas for the hearing. After it was finished, the jet flew back to DC again. The trip probably cost at least $55,000, according to the New York Post.

Morris has worked with other big names in Hollywood such as Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Rock, and Scarlett Johansson.  

Hunter's artwork career has also been bolstered by his relationship with Morris. Morris helped to market the President's son's paintings which sell for $50k to $500k each.  

In addition, Morris has written a collection of short stories, including White Man's Problems, as well as other novels. Some of his books, along with Hunter Biden's Beautiful Things: A Memoir, have been highlighted by the same company, Aevitas Creative Management.  

Other books promoted by the management company include His Name is George Floyd, Kamala's Way, and The Devil You Know: A Black Power Manifesto. 

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