Rich Ally of Hunter Biden’s Backs Documentary

U.S. President Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden talks to reporters outside the U.S. Capitol on December 13, 2023 in Washington, DC.
U.S. President Joe Biden's son Hunter Biden talks to reporters outside the U.S. Capitol on December 13, 2023 in Washington, DC. | Image by Drew Angerer/Getty Images

An upcoming documentary on Hunter Biden is being backed by a prominent lawyer and friend of the president’s son who previously loaned him nearly $5 million.

Kevin Morris, a successful Hollywood attorney, is behind the documentary on Hunter, which has been in progress for years, according to the Los Angeles Times. Morris has lent the president’s son at least $4.9 million through 2022.

A film crew was sighted following Hunter on several occasions, as reported by the New York Post. This includes his speech on Capitol Hill in December, a 2022 interview, and an art gallery in 2021.

Morris and his documentary crew traveled to Serbia in 2021 to meet with filmmaker Phelim McAleer, who was shooting My Son Hunter — a movie dramatizing Hunter’s escapades that Breitbart distributed. McAleer told the Los Angeles Times he filed a complaint with the California agency that regulates attorneys after Morris began to ask him suspicious questions about Hunter’s laptop.

“What was the real history of the laptop? What did I know about the history of the laptop?” McAller claimed Morris asked him.

“He was out there looking for information and evidence for his client while he was pretending to be something he was not,” McAleer continued.

Morris purportedly worked closely with Hunter to find evidence disproving the content on a laptop he allegedly dropped off at a Delaware repair shop that contained extensive information about the Biden family. The lawyer has attempted and failed to prove a conspiracy theory of his own that the laptop was planted by right-wing figures such as Roger Stone, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The loans from Morris were not his only acts of generosity towards Hunter. The lawyer allowed the president’s son to travel on his private jet to his child custody court hearing, where he argued his poor financial situation had left him unable to pay child support. Morris was also a buyer of Hunter’s artwork, according to Business Insider.

Morris’ 2020 loans to Hunter carried interest and are required to be paid beginning in 2025, congressional testimony revealed.

Hunter pled guilty to two misdemeanors for failing to pay his taxes in 2017 and 2018. These were the same taxes that Morris’ 2020 loans were intended to pay off, according to the Los Angeles Times.

House Republicans have attempted to interview Morris during their investigation into President Joe Biden’s alleged involvement in his son’s business deals. Hunter defied a subpoena in the investigation in December.

The IRS also wanted to interview Morris in their investigation of Hunter, according to the Los Angeles Times. The agency was unable to conduct the interview but did ask the president’s brother, Jim Biden, about Morris.

Morris rose to fame in Hollywood as he successfully negotiated deals for South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. Other clients of Morris include Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, and Will Ferrell.

Hunter met Morris at a 2019 fundraiser for his father. The lawyer paid $2,800 to attend, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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