Hunter Biden Lawyer Gets Ownership Of Chinese Firm Ahead Of Court Date

According to reports, President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, is claiming poverty. He told a court that he could not pay child support for his 4-year-old daughter, but evidence from his company records and emails shows that his attorney has access to his considerable assets.

Business documents show that attorney Kevin Morris controls Biden’s investment in Chinese private equity company BHR.

The discovery puts suspicion on the first son’s assertion that he withdrew from his international business holdings after his dad, President Joe Biden, promised his family members would.

A report reveals that Skaneateles, the company that holds Biden’s 10% stake in the Chinese private equity firm, is now under Morris’ control. Hunter may have given up his stake in the company as payment for legal representation in his heated child support payment battles.

Hunter Biden went to an Arkansas court to try to lessen the child support he owes to his ex-mistress, Lunden Alexis Roberts because he simply cannot afford the payments. Roberts’ attorney questioned the claim’s validity by demanding to know who was paying for Biden’s expensive team of high-profile lawyers. 

Morris is listed as Biden’s LLC’s managing member in a revised partnership contract for BHR Partners.  BHR Partners administers $2.1 billion for the Bank of China, which is partially owned by the Chinese government.

Hunter Biden’s firm, Skaneateles LLC, invested $420,000 in BHR Partners in 2017. According to an email sent to him in March 2019 by his previous business partner, Eric Schwerin, his stake in the firm had grown to an estimated $894,000 in less than two years.

According to a report from 2021, exploring the emails on Hunter Biden’s “Laptop From Hell,” one soon learns that Eric Schwerin was the person responsible for filtering and distributing the vast majority of the money.

It appeared that Hunter Biden could not control his spending. He repeatedly asked Eric Schwerin for funds and questioned where his money was going in a series of emails.