Court Orders Hunter Biden to Take Paternity Test

Hunter Biden, the son of U.S. President Joe Biden, has been ordered to attend all court hearings related to his ongoing Arkansas paternity case by Independence County Circuit Judge Holly Meyer.

The order came after the judge lashed out at attorneys representing Hunter Biden and Lunden Roberts, the mother of his unacknowledged 4-year-old daughter, Navy, during a Zoom call on Monday.

The judge complained that the litigation was taking too long, and she no longer wanted to excuse clients from attending court hearings.

The ruling means that Hunter Biden, 53, will have to be present during the next in-person hearing, scheduled for May 1 at 9 a.m. The judge issued the ruling after Brent Langdon, Hunter Biden’s attorney in the paternity suit, told her that a laptop associated with his client, and possibly containing income tax records, was still in a repair shop.

During the Zoom call, Langdon sought to distance himself from the controversy surrounding the laptop, adding that he was “not in a position to even begin to answer that question.”

The exchange came after Langdon filed a motion seeking a restraining order against Garret Ziegler, a former adviser to President Donald Trump and founder of the nonprofit Marco Polo, whom Roberts has enlisted as an expert witness on the contents of Hunter’s laptop. Ziegler last year produced a 644-page analysis of the laptop. Meyer declined to issue the temporary restraining order against Ziegler.

Roberts, a former stripper, is suing Hunter Biden for child support for their daughter, Navy, who was born in August 2018. Hunter Biden had denied that he was the father of the child until a DNA test proved otherwise.

He has since agreed to pay child support but has reportedly fallen behind on payments.

The ongoing paternity case has been a source of controversy for Hunter Biden and his father, President Joe Biden. During the 2020 U.S. presidential campaign, Hunter’s business dealings in Ukraine and China were a topic of discussion.

The laptop in question, which was allegedly left at a Delaware computer repair shop, was the subject of a New York Post article published in October 2020, which contained emails that appeared to suggest Hunter had introduced a Ukrainian business associate to his father when Joe Biden was vice president.

In conclusion, the ruling by the judge in the Arkansas paternity case means that Hunter Biden will have to attend all court hearings going forward.

The controversy surrounding his laptop and its contents continues to be a contentious issue in the case, with both sides seeking to use it as evidence. The case is likely to continue to be a source of political controversy for the Biden family.

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