The photos were discovered on the first son's infamous "laptop from hell" and uploaded to the internet by Garrett Ziegler's nonprofit group, Marco Polo.
According to the Daily Mail, the photo that appears to show Hunter Biden holding a crackpipe while behind the wheel of his Ford Raptor was taken on June 12, 2018. He was making his way down Old Dominion Drive in Arlington, Virginia, on his way to Washington Dulles Airport to catch a flight to Los Angeles he'd missed the day before.
On August 1 of that year, he recorded himself in his Porsche driving 172 miles per hour while on his way to Las Vegas for one of his many lengthy rendezvous with hookers. Backups of text messages and webcam video found on the laptop showed that he had been coordinating with a group of women to meet him at numerous penthouse suites across Sin City over a period of nearly three weeks.
Hunter Biden has admitted to having substance-abuse issues, and in his memoir, Beautiful Things, he even confessed to getting into an accident as the result of his habits.
In October 2016, he was making his way to a recovery center in Arizona while in the middle of a 12-day bender when he "nodded off behind the wheel" of his rented vehicle and slid off the road.
"Waking up an instant later, I found myself in midair, the car having jumped a soft curb on the passing lane and soaring at eighty miles an hour into a cloudless blue sky, heading into the gulch that divided I-10," he wrote, adding that he was "still amped up from being in the middle of my twelve-day roll" where he "chain-smoked crack and cigarettes" while on the road.
Hunter Biden admitted that he lied to the rental company about the accident, leaving out the drugs in his report and blaming the damage on another driver. He then rented another vehicle and kept driving to Arizona.
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