Arkansas Judge Warns Hunter Biden “Unless His Hair is On Fire” He Needs To Show Up For Deposition
The judge presiding in the Hunter Biden paternity case demanded Hunter show up for his court date in March. Circuit Judge Holly Meyer said she’s not allowing excuses that he’s “too busy.”
“He needs to make himself available, and unless his hair is on fire, he needs to be in Arkansas, and he needs to be in a deposition,” Judge Meyer stated in a conference call to Hunter’s lawyer, Brent Langdon.
A DNA test revealed Hunter to be the father of ex-stripper Lunden Alexis Roberts’ baby. The two met when she was working at a strip club in Washington, D.C.
Shortly after, Hunter went on to marry 33-year-old South African born Melissa Cohen. The couple is expecting a child.
Hunter has yet to supply full financial records, but he did swear in an affidavit on November 25, 2019, that he was currently unemployed and hasn’t received a paycheck since May 2019.
Langdon stated it would be “unduly burdensome and oppressive” for Hunter to appear on March 5 and requested to move the date to April 1, 2020, because Hunter “cannot be available prior to that date.”
“My question to you is, why could your client not be available until after April 1? All the information I have is that he’s unemployed,” asked Judge Meyer, during a conference call last week, according to Arkansas Online.
After failed attempts to get financial records and full participation from Hunter, Judge Meyer asked Langdon to explain why Hunter would be unavailable since her files state that he is unemployed. Langdon failed to provide any information on Hunter’s whereabouts and was not satisfied with his answer.
Judge Meyer’s responded, “It’s not good enough for him to just say, ‘I’m not available.’ That’s not good enough. I need to know why he’s not available or where he is or what could possibly be more important than what’s going on in this case.” Judge Meyer continued, “And again, the only information I have is that your client’s not employed right now, so it’s not a work excuse. So what is it?”
The New York Times published an article on Friday titled “There’s a new artist in town. The name is Biden,” which explains Hunter has been busy creating art in the pool house of Hollywood Hills mansion. Hunter is “setting his sights on exhibiting his work.”
Hunter told the Times that painting is keeping him “sane” after his long years of addiction to alcohol and cocaine.