According to a report by the right-wing nonprofit research group Marco Polo, Hunter Biden paid his assistant for sex chats, and she is one of at least four women who had sexual relationships with him while working for him.
According to texts found on the first son’s laptop, Hunter Biden gave his legal assistant thousands of dollars under the table over the course of several months in 2018 and 2019.
During this time, Hunter, now 52, battled a crack cocaine addiction and had unrestricted access to his father’s residence in Wilmington, Delaware, which contained improperly held classified records from Joe Biden’s tenures as a senator and vice president.
According to a report by a right-wing nonprofit research group Marco Polo, the assistant, is one of at least four women who had sexual relationships with Hunter while working for him, including his sister-in-law Hallie, her sister Liz Secundy, and the mother of his child Lunden Roberts.
On his infamous “laptop from hell,” which The Post originally exposed in an explosive 2020 investigation, the first son saved pictures of him having sex with the assistant in or around June 2018.
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According to the Marco Polo investigation, the assistant was paid regularly by the Owasco company between the middle of June and the beginning of October 2018. However, the assistant also received wire transfers from the company during that time that totaled over $45,000 and were accompanied by cryptic reasons, such as “new hire,” “8k wage,” “10k golf member,” and “Pay.”
The assistant’s funds, according to DailyMail.com, appeared to have run out by early 2019, as she reportedly complained via email to Katie Dodge, Hunter’s secretary, that she hadn’t received her most recent paycheck and that her dentist hadn’t taken her Owasco insurance.
“Because of these two incidents, I’m curious to know if I have been terminated from this position,” the woman told Dodge. “… I haven’t been able to get any contact with Hunter so I am completely in the dark.”
Hunter gave the woman $1,000 via Apple Pay on March 7—more than two months later—inquiring “Does this work” and noting that it was “Just for small stuff.”
“Appreciate it. Anything helps,” the woman replied. “I’ve really been scraping by the last month or so. I haven’t even paid my rent yet.”
Hunter made her an offer after handing her another $1,500: “I will bake [sic] up for back pay. You have to make up for back work” .”
“By [FaceTime]ing me and/or going to our next-club party,” he added.
Two days later, on March 8, Hunter sent his assistant $500 and instructed her to FaceTime him: “If we [FaceTime] the rule has to be no talk of anything but sex and we must be naked and we have to do whatever the other person asks within reason.”
Hunter sent her another $750 and then inquired, “Deal?”
After over five hours, the woman said, “When can you talk? Later tonight, I can.
Text messages between the two reveal Hunter showering her with praise and smaller sums of money during their video chat, totaling $155 and pushing the sum over the previous two days to $3,905.
“I love your hair and/Pretty much everything else,” Hunter wrote in a pair of messages before telling the assistant to “Show me how you play with yourself/When you’re all alone.”
“We can have a contest to see who c-ms first,” he offers in a follow-up. “If you win you get 100 and if I win I just win/Everyone wins in this game.”