Deadbeat Dad Hunter Biden Skipping Out on Court, Gives Two Reasons

Deadbeat dad Hunter Biden is trying to skip out on court once again. He's really trying to drag this thing out as long as he possibly can.

Biden was supposed to appear in court in Arkansas for a deposition in the ongoing paternity lawsuit that was filed by the stripper that he got knocked up, Lunden Roberts.

To this day, he still hasn't provided financial documents to determine how much money he should be paying in child support and now he's trying to continue delaying this even more. In fact, Roberts filed a motion that he be held in contempt of court for not providing the documents as the judge has requested.

Biden's lawyers filed a document stating that it would not be wise or safe for him to travel at this time given the coronavirus outbreak which has now been classified by the World Health Organization as a pandemic.

The filing is in response to a statement from the judge that demanded Hunter Biden show up for a deposition on Wednesday, after she rejected his requests to wait until April.

“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,” Independence County Circuit Court Judge Holly Meyer told Biden’s attorneys. “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.”

It is unsafe for the Defendant to travel, as travel restrictions have been implemented both domestically and internationally, particularly on airlines, due to the coronavirus. Setting aside personal endangerment, Defendant reasonably believes that such travel unnecessarily exposes his wife and unborn child to this virus. California, in particular, has been the site of numerous reported cases of exposure.”

“The tremendously elevated media scrutiny creates some physical risks and logistics difficulties with travel to Arkansas, invades the privacy of the Defendant and his 8 and a half month pregnant wife, threatens to complicate the Court’s ability to conduct a public hearing, creates a highly prejudicial environment from Defendant, and cannot be in the child’s or his mother’s interest in any way.”

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