Joe Biden has 'never met or seen a photo of his granddaughter, 2, while her dad Hunter is worth $156m and unemployed'

PRESIDENTIAL hopeful Joe Biden has a two-year-old granddaughter who he has never met or even seen a photo of, according to court documents.

Joe’s wayward son Hunter, the father of the toddler, is also said to be worth $156million – bombshell paperwork filed in a paternity claim alleges – but despite the millions it is claimed he “dragged out” reaching a settlement for child support over several months.


Hunter has now formally agreed to pay child support for the two year old, referred to in a document by the initials NJR, which he fathered with a student 20 years his junior.

Court papers obtained by The Sun show Hunter is now paying an undisclosed sum in monthly child support and health insurance which started on April 1.

Hunter also moans in the papers about being unemployed, media scrutiny into his affairs and the cost of his divorce from first wife Kathleen with whom he has three kids, which was finalized in 2017.

In paperwork filed by his lawyer, Hunter says: "I attest that I am unemployed and have had no monthly income since May 2019." He adds he has "significant debts" from his 2017 divorce.

He also said he didn’t want to fly from his home in LA to Arkansas to give evidence as it would put him and his new young family at risk of catching Covid-19.

The baby’s mom Lunden Roberts, 29, was reportedly working as a stripper when she and Hunter, 50, met in Washington D.C. She was also a college student and former women's basketball star.

Hunter and Lunden’s baby, one of Joe's seven grandchildren, was born in August 2018.



The court filings refer to the toddler as Lunden's "daughter" and her mom keeps pictures of her off social media so Joe won’t see his daughter online for the first time.

Lunden is also concerned about their baby’s security now Joe could be President, saying “paternity could put the child and those close to the child at risk of harm for the same reasons the Biden family is protected by the United States Secret Service.”

Lunden’s attorney Clinton Lancaster also says Hunter has had no role in his child’s upbringing and has "never seen the child".

He wrote Hunter has “never interacted with the child, never parented the child, never made or even participated in health related decisions for the child, never interacted with the child’s medical professionals, never seen the child and could not identify the child out of a photo lineup.”

The paternity claim was filed by Lunden in Batesville, AR, her family’s home town, in May last year. 

Hunter’s paternity was established by a DNA test taken in Oklahoma in November but afterwards he missed deadlines to reveal his financial records.

On March 11, Lunden’s attorney wrote: “Late last night… we reached a global, final settlement of all issues” and the paternity claim is now officially closed.

Hunter’s controversial business dealings in the Ukraine, now under official investigation, is also poured over in the paperwork. 

Hunter “is the subject of more than one (1) criminal investigation involving fraud, money laundering and a counterfeiting scheme” Lunden's documents add.

Hunter’s financial affairs in the Ukraine came under the spotlight again this week with the release of a new senate report allegedly linking his dealings to "what appears to be an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring."

The report claims that in 2014 Hunter’s investment firm received a $3.5million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, Russia’s richest woman and only female billionaire. The reason for the transfer has not been explained.

She is also said to have wired nine amounts totalling almost a quarter-of-a-million dollars to an investment firm founded by Hunter and Chris Heinz, stepson of former Secretary of State, John Kerry, according to the report.

Each of the alleged transactions was listed as a “loan agreement”, the report claims.

At the time of the alleged transfers, Hunter’s dad Joe, as Vice-President, was overseeing national policy towards Ukraine. Critics say their roles created a conflict of interest.

The report also said it had seen records from the US Treasury Department which allegedly revealed “potential criminal activity relating to transactions among and between Hunter Biden, his family, and his associates with Ukrainian, Russian, Kazakh and Chinese nationals.”

It further claims: “The records also note that some of these transactions are linked to what ‘appears to be an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring’.”

Contrasting with Hunter’s alleged millions, Lunden says she gets by with help from friends and family.

Her father, Will, had to pay her college a four-figure sum so that she could finish her studies and graduate, her paperwork shows.

The documents say “as a graduation gift, her father paid approximately $1,700 in fees to her academic institution so that she could graduate.”

It says she is working and “occasionally, on an annual basis, the plaintiff receives a Christmas bonus from her current employer.

“However, no bonus has yet been received and is not guaranteed.”

Her paperwork adds “occasionally, and without regular reoccurence, the plaintiff has been provided insignificant amounts of money – what some may classify as ‘petty cash’ – by her parents for her or her daughter’s occasional needs.

“Additionally, her parents, family members and friends have given her and her child items associated with a small child such as clothing they find cute or unique, toys, or children’s items.”

Joe Biden’s wife Neilia and daughter Naomi died in a 1972 car crash which Beau and Hunter survived. He married current wife Jill in 1977 and they have a daughter, Ashley.

Beau left two children when he died and Hunter now has five kids.

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