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Hunter Biden Made $4.4 Million From China And Ukraine, Skipped Taxes

Amidst ongoing scrutiny surrounding Hunter Biden, new court documents have surfaced, shedding light on his financial dealings from 2017 and 2018. According to the filings released by US District Court Judge Maryellen Noreika, Hunter Biden reportedly earned over $4.4 million in those two years, primarily from foreign sources in China and Ukraine. Shockingly, despite his significant earnings, he allegedly paid no taxes during this period.

The documents reveal that in 2017, Hunter Biden’s income from foreign interests totaled nearly $2.3 million. A considerable portion of this amount, over $1.6 million, was attributed to his Chinese business ventures, while $500,000 came from his director’s fees at a Ukrainian energy company. Additional earnings included $70,000 from a Romanian business and $48,000 from a multinational law firm.

The situation became even more complex in 2018 when Hunter Biden belatedly reported an additional $2.1 million in earnings. Astonishingly, he allegedly failed to pay taxes for both 2017 and 2018, despite being encouraged to do so by his accountant.

The court documents also mention Hunter Biden’s struggle with substance abuse, particularly his addiction to crack cocaine in 2016. His addiction allegedly contributed to the breakdown of his marriage and significant business relationships. Despite these challenges, he was still involved in lucrative business ventures, raising eyebrows among Republican lawmakers.

Hunter Biden’s involvement with Ukrainian energy firm Burisma Holdings has been a point of controversy. He served as a director for the company, and allegations of soliciting bribes have been leveled against the Biden family. Burisma’s founder, Mykola Zlochevsky, reportedly claimed that he paid a $10 million bribe to the Bidens, but these accusations remain unverified.

In 2018, Hunter Biden’s substance abuse reportedly intensified during a period he spent in Los Angeles engaging in what the plea agreement describes as a “spring and summer of nonstop debauchery.” During this time, he received substantial payments but allegedly spent the money lavishly on travel, entertainment, and other expenses.

Surprisingly, an unidentified third party reportedly paid Hunter Biden’s tax liabilities for 2017 and 2018, totaling almost $2 million, in October 2021. This mysterious benefactor, identified by media outlets as Kevin Morris, Hunter Biden’s lawyer in Los Angeles, also settled approximately $243,000 in tax liabilities from 2016 and 2019 on Biden’s behalf.

The plea agreement surrounding Hunter Biden’s tax issues has been met with skepticism, with US District Court Judge Maryellen Noreika refusing to accept it last week. Critics, including Republican lawmakers, have accused the Department of Justice (DOJ) under the Biden administration of granting a lenient deal to the president’s son. This has led to a congressional investigation into the DOJ’s handling of Hunter Biden’s cases, adding another layer of complexity to the ongoing controversy.

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