Per DailyMail, the former stripper who gave birth to Hunter Biden’s child is asking an Arkansas judge to hold the former vice president’s son in contempt for defying court orders in the ongoing child support case.
Lunden Alexis Roberts, 28, is accusing Biden, 50, of missing a March 1 deadline to submit financial documents to Independence County Circuit Court.
Biden is said to have failed to comply with an order to hand over discovery materials like his source of income over the past five years as well as unredacted copies of his tax returns from 2017 and 2018.
He is also required to submit other documents that indicate his phone number and address as well as those of his wife, 32-year-old Melissa Cohen Biden, according to Page Six.
Fox News reports Hunter Biden should be held in contempt for continuing to defy a court order to turn over his financial information, flaunting his lack of “respect” for the legal process and undermining the interests of the child he has previously refused to support or even acknowledge, according to a blistering new filing from the mother of Biden’s child in an ongoing paternity case.
The motion comes as Joe Biden has surged to front-runner status in the Democratic presidential primary amid new questions over whether his son may have corruptly benefited from his father’s position as vice president. The case threatens to surface new information about the younger Biden’s overseas dealings in Ukraine, China and elsewhere during the Obama administration — and his father’s apparent knowledge of those arrangements.
“The defendant continues to act as though he has no respect for this Court, its orders, the legal process in this state, or the needs of his child for support,” the filing from 28-year-old Lunden Alexis Roberts’ legal team reads. “This Court should take some action that will make the defendant follow court orders and a believer in the rule of law.”
Specifically, Biden has not turned over information concerning his address, financial institutions he or his businesses use, a list of all the companies he “currently owns or in which he has an ownership interest and the state in which those companies are incorporated,” or a list of “all sources of income for the past five years.”
Additionally, Biden has failed to produce a list of all “employers for the past five years,” an unredacted copy of his tax returns, deeds for properties he owns, and tax documents for companies in which he has any ownership interest.
The previous judge in the case, Don McSpadden, said in December that Biden was “going to have to provide at least the last three years of tax returns.” A Dec. 4 court order required Biden to turn over at a minimum “five most recent paystubs or five previous years” of tax returns; and a later order mandated both sides provide “their personal tax returns for the past five years; and … any and all financial documents and information showing money or monies they received in the past five years.”
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