Lawyer Spotted with Paraphernalia – With Hunter on the Premises

( – First son and recovering crack addict Hunter Biden doesn’t appear to be staying as far away from drugs as one might anticipate. Kevin Morris, the younger Biden’s celebrity attorney, was photographed on July 20th ripping a bong on the balcony of his Malibu residence. The photo was taken the same day Biden visited Morris at his California home.

It’s not clear what substance the lawyer was inhaling, but recreational marijuana is legal in California. Morris, who is considered to be both advisor and attorney to Hunter Biden, was recently referred to as his “sugar brother” and has provided extensive financial support to the President’s son.

In May, Biden was allowed the use of Morris’ private jet when flying back and forth from Washington, D.C. to Fayetteville, Arkansas for a child-support hearing. Reports estimated the single excursion likely cost $55,000 to $117,000. Records also show the jet either taking off from or landing in Fayetteville a minimum of nine times prior to Biden’s May hearing.

A number of outlets have reported that Morris covered or is covering at least a portion of Hunter Biden’s living and rent expenses.

Biden’s recent plea deal with prosecutors at the DOJ involved misdemeanor tax and gun charges. Morris is reported to have loaned Biden over $2 million to help the first son pay off his overdue tax bill.

Records also show that, through a limited liability company, Morris controls Biden’s 10% stake in Chinese equity firm BHR Partners. Morris also aided Biden in finishing and marketing his memoir, “Beautiful Things,” which was completed in 2021.

The celebrity fixer counts Matthew McConaughey, Chris Rock, Matt Stone, and Trey Parker among his other clients. He once donated $50,000 to a super PAC founded by Hillary Clinton that conducts research into Republican political opponents.

Biden’s visit to Morris’ home came as Republican lawmakers continue their investigation into the Biden family for allegations of bribery and corruption.

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