At least two of Hunter Biden’s previous mistresses have delivered testimony before a federal grand jury that has been tasked with investigating the various activities of President Biden’s son.
These two mistresses include Lunden Roberts, a 30-year-old former stripper, and Zoe Kestan, a 28-year-old of unknown official profession. Both women testified at length before a panel on February 15, as reported by the Daily Mail.
In December 2020, the president’s son admitted that his “tax affairs” were currently being subjected to a federal probe. The U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware, David Weiss, is presently overseeing the investigation into the president’s son’s troubling dealings.
Kestan answered an array of questions regarding Hunter’s spending habits over the course of 2018, as she was seen in his company at numerous parties. For instance, she was asked questions about which hotels Biden stayed in, as well as where all Hunter’s numerous partying funds originated from.
Some hotels were remarkably expensive and exclusive, such as Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont, though Hunter also claimed he “learned how to cook crack” in the same hotel.
The 28-year-old indicated that Hunter often instructed her to withdraw “thousands of dollars at a time” from various ATMs, and he also purchased meals, clothing, and other items of monetary value for her over the course of their interactions.
The 30-year-old Roberts, in contrast to the 28-year-old, declined to comment on her testimony in any substantive way. Roberts also conceived Hunter’s fourth son while he was still in a relationship with Hallie Biden, the widow of his brother.
In January 2022, the New York Post noted that a grand jury was also subpoenaed seventeen months before the presidential election, specifically with regards to Hunter’s questionably financial activities that happened to involve the Bank of China.
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