Hunter Biden Is Renting A $12,000 Per Month Home In Hollywood – While Refusing To Pay Child Support

Hunter Biden sounds like a first class jerk.

He’s not paying child support, yet he has the money to live in a rented home in Hollywood that’s costing him $12,000 a month.

Must be nice.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Hunter Biden renting $12,000-per-month Hollywood home while refusing to pay child support

Hunter Biden is defying a court order to disclose his financial information as part of a child support fight while renting a $3.8 million designer home in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, for $12,000 per month.

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Biden and his new wife, Melissa Cohen, are getting use of a stunning, midcentury modern home for the price.

The house’s owner, Shane Khoh, revealed the arrangement to the Washington Examiner on Wednesday. Khoh, a real estate investor, said he had no prior relationship with Biden or Cohen before they moved into the home last summer.

“I don’t know them at all. I put it out on the market, and they rented it,” he said.

While living in the high-end digs, Biden has been fighting a court order to turn over his financial information as part of a paternity suit in Arkansas. On Tuesday, Circuit Judge Holly Meyer ordered Biden to appear in court on Jan. 29 and “show cause, if any exists, as to why he should not be held in contempt” for allegedly failing to submit the information by the court’s deadline earlier this month.

It kind of takes your breath away, doesn’t it?

Do you think the media would care if his last name was Trump?

You know they would.

 

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