A judge has held Hunter Biden in contempt and ordered him to appear in court for failing to turn over financial records as part of a paternity and child support case against him.
Biden ignored a January 16 deadline to turn records over to the court, stating that he needs the records to remain private because of questions and a possible investigation into his dealings with Burisma Holdings.
Reports have said that he was paid $83,000 per month to provide expertise to the Ukrainian energy company even though he had no experience in the industry.
Detractors have claimed that he was paid to provide access to the influence of his father, who was vice president at the time.
The judge said the court needs to see Biden’s financial records in order to determine child support for a 16-month-old child that he had with a 28-year-old stripper.
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