(PresidentialHill.com)- The former stripper who bore Hunter Biden’s illegitimate child broke her silence last week to disavow her attorney’s prediction that Hunter would be indicted for tax fraud.
Lunden Roberts, a former stripper from Alabama who met Hunter while working at a DC strip club around the time Hunter was having an affair with his brother’s widow, had to sue the scandal-plagued First Son for child support after she gave birth to a daughter.
In an exclusive interview with the New York Post last week, Roberts said she wanted to make it clear that it was her attorney and not her who thinks Hunter would be indicted. She said her attorney was speaking “without my authorization.”
Roberts told the Post that she has never offered an opinion about Hunter’s financial dealings to anyone and had no plans to do so. All she is focused on, she told the Post, is raising their 3-year-old daughter, Navy Joan Roberts.
In 2019, Roberts filed a suit against Hunter that he settled after a DNA test revealed he was the baby’s father.
Last week, her lawyer, Clint Lancaster told CNBC that Roberts provided “a significant amount of Hunter’s financial records” to prosecutors after she was subpoenaed in February. Lancaster added that based on what he saw of Hunter’s financial records, he would be surprised if Hunter wasn’t indicted.
Hunter Biden recently took out a loan to pay the IRS about $1 million in unpaid taxes.
After his father’s election, Hunter released a statement acknowledging that the US Attorney in Delaware was “investigating my tax affairs.”
Meanwhile, Hunter’s former business partner, Devon Archer, who was sentenced in February to one year and one day in prison on an unrelated fraud scheme, has “cooperated completely” with the US Attorney’s probe into the younger Biden.
In March, both the New York Times and the Washington Post confirmed that the emails contained in Hunter’s abandoned laptop were authentic. According to the Times, some of the emails from the laptop have been used in the US Attorney’s probe of Hunter’s taxes.