Hunter Biden had a tax bill of more than $2million paid off in full by a high-powered Hollywood lawyer and writer, it has been claimed, as the US President’s son awaits the findings of an investigation into his personal finances.
Entertainment attorney and ‘sugar brother’ Kevin Morris footed the overdue tax bill facing Hunter Biden, according to the New York Post, and has bankrolled the 52-year-old’s lavish lifestyle by covering his rent and daily expenses, while also helping him to sell his artwork produced at his Los Angeles residence.
Morris, who founded entertainment law firm Morris Yorn Barnes Levine and later won a Tony Award for co-producing the hit musical ‘The Book of Mormon’, has not publicly announced a relationship with the President’s son.
But Hunter Biden’s New York-based attorney Christopher Clark confirmed to CBS News that Morris is serving his client as a ‘trusted adviser’, while Morris’ office told a CBS reporter the Hollywood lawyer is crafting a ‘legal and media strategy’ for Hunter.
Morris, 58, earned his fortune negotiating several licensing deals worth hundreds of millions of dollars for Matt Stone and Trey Parker – the creators of satirical cartoon South Park – while his entertainment law firm has represented the likes of Matthew McConaughey, Chris Rock, Ellen DeGeneres and Scarlett Johansson.
Morris is also a published author, having released a collection of short stories entitled ‘White Man’s Problems’ in 2015, followed by a novel entitled ‘All Joe Knight’ in 2016.
Hunter Biden meanwhile remains under investigation with the Delaware grand jury for failing to pay taxes on time, along with a host of international financial dealings which intersected with his father’s political life.
Kevin Morris’ office has been contacted for comment.
Entertainment attorney and ‘sugar brother’ Kevin Morris (pictured) footed the overdue tax bill facing Hunter Biden, according to the New York Post, and has bankrolled the 52-year-old’s lavish lifestyle by covering his rent and daily expenses
Hunter Biden meanwhile remains under investigation with the Delaware grand jury for failing to pay taxes on time, along with a host of international financial dealings which intersected with his father’s political life
Hunter Biden holds his son Beau during the annual Easter Egg Roll on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, U.S. April 18, 2022
The investigation into Hunter Biden’s taxes began when his father was still serving as Vice President during the Obama administration.
But in 2018 the inquiry was opened up to include potential tax fraud, money laundering and violations of lobbying laws, after it transpired the 52-year-old may have used political leverage to influence business deals.
Then in October 2020, the New York Post revealed the existence of the now infamous Hunter Biden laptop – a damaged MacBook Pro the President’s son took to a repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware, but never retrieved.
More than 20,000 emails have since been recovered from the laptop’s hard drive which are thought to provide extensive evidence of Hunter Biden’s shady business dealings.
The New York Times reported that prosecutors may find it hard to convict Hunter Biden for tax fraud and suggested he would likely receive a lenient sentence in the event of a conviction because the bill was ultimately paid, albeit late.
But the investigation into his business dealings, backed up by the trove of verified emails on his laptop, mean the US leader’s embattled son may face considerable consequences.
Rep. James Comer, who is primed to take over as chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Reform, said Hunter Biden and his business associates have many questions to answer over his foreign deals and taxes.
He confirmed the White House will also be pressed on whether the president knew about any of the transactions and believes American voters are now coming around to the fact the Hunter scandal isn’t a ‘conspiracy theory’ and are questioning the administration’s ethics and transparency.
Comer called Hunter a ‘national security risk’ and a ‘grifter’ who has built his ‘business model’ on ‘selling access to his father’, and believes Democrats see him as an issue leading up to the midterms.
Rep. James Comer, who will lead Republican investigations if the GOP takes back the House in 2022 is lining up Hunter Biden and the ‘Biden crime family’ as the main targets
While conducting the data recovery of Hunter Biden’s laptop, photos of Biden sporting a jock strap (pictured), sexual images with various women and a ‘shady’ document from 2017 titled ‘income.pdf’ that detailed his salary were discovered
Hunter is seen in a photo with a crack pipe in his mouth as he sleeps. The photo was recovered from his laptop
Outgoing press secretary Jen Psaki has consistently denied Biden has spoken to his son about his business deals and has referred to the Department of Justice when asked about the investigation in Delaware into tax offenses, money laundering and illegal lobbying for foreign clients.
She has also declined to answer questions on the basis he doesn’t work for the Biden administration.
The Republicans are currently the minority in Congress, but dismal polls and mounting issues for President Biden and the Democrats point to them taking back at least the House in the November midterm elections.
Comer and his colleagues are ready to get to work as soon as they take charge of the committees, and are lining up Hunter, his business partners and potentially staff in the administration.
In an interview with DailyMail.com in his Congressional office at the Rayburn Building, Comer said: ‘The narrative all along has been that Hunter was on his own and Joe Biden had no interest or knowledge of anything that his son was doing with respect to business.
‘I think what we’re seeing now is that’s completely not true.’
Meanwhile John Paul Mac Isaac, owner of The Mac Shop, said the President’s son appeared reeking of alcohol at his now-shuttered Wilmington store just before closing on a Friday in April 2019.
Biden wanted Isaac to recover data off of three MacBook laptops that had suffered liquid damage, the computer store owner recalled in his upcoming book American Injustice: My Battle to Expose the Truth.
John Paul Mac Isaac (left), owner of The Mac Shop, said Hunter Biden (right), reeking of alcohol, came into the now-shuttered Wilmington computer repair store just before closing on a Friday in April 2019
Biden wanted Isaac to recover data off of three MacBook laptops that had suffered liquid damage
DailyMail.com obtained a copy of the hard drive from Biden’s abandoned laptop in the spring of 2021, and suffered the same censorship as the New York Post did at the hands of woke social media giants for revealing its contents.
During the repair, Isaac claims he saw evidence of Biden’s sexual tendencies – from his vulgar computer password to lewd pictures – and potential tax fraud.
‘My password is f**ked up. Don’t be offended!’ Biden allegedly told Isaac before announcing his account was protected with the phrase: ‘analf**k69’.
He also allegedly found photos of Biden sporting a jock strap, sexual images with various women and a ‘shady’ document from 2017 titled ‘income.pdf’ that detailed his salary.
‘At the top were the years 2013, 2014, and 2015. Next to each year was the amount of taxable income earned: $833,000+ in 2013, $847,000+ amended to $1,247,000+ in 2014, $2,478,000+ in 2015,’ Isaac penned in his book.
‘I was blown away. All that money and this a**hole couldn’t spring for a backup drive!’