Judge in custody case suggests Hunter Biden art dealer reveal prices of paintings he sold to anonymous buyers

By Jen Krausz on
 May 3, 2023

Hunter Biden wants to pay less child support for his four-year-old child with a former stripper, but he doesn't want to tell the judge or anyone else involved in the case how much income he has or where it's from.

Not surprisingly, the judge isn't having that nonsense and told him that his art dealer could be subpoenaed to reveal his income from paintings he sold to anonymous buyers on Biden's behalf.

The paintings were sold anonymously in an attempt to prevent a conflict of interest, since some were worried that buyers would want access to Biden's father, the president.

“The ability to redact is somewhat being abused,” the judge scolded Biden. “I’m seeing a lot of things filed, especially by Mr. Biden’s counsel, sealing things, redacting things, that are not confidential.”

The House Oversight Committee has been trying to get its hands on the records of Biden's art sales since January to verify whether any of the buyers were Chinese, which could implicate his dad.

You can't have your anonymous six-figure art deals and lower child support too, Hunter. If you want to pay less, you're going to have to cough up the financials, and that means Congress can see them, too.