Did Joe Biden pay for Hunter's Russian escort? POTUS may have unwittingly funded wild night
Hunter Biden was reportedly confronted by agents Robert Savage III and Dale Pupillo for allegedly paying an escort from Joe Biden's account
In a shocking report by New York Post, it has been speculated that President Joe Biden might have 'inadvertently paid' for Hunter Biden's wild night at Chateau Marmont in 2018 — where he smoked crack, drank vodka and shot porn while having sex with a Russian escort. Scandalous details about Hunter's wild past have been surfacing for quite a while now after his old laptop was reportedly abandoned at a Delaware repair shop. Filled with shocking photos, messages, emails and financial records, the laptop later ended up in the hands of the FBI. Now, New York Post has published an exposé about Hunter with salacious details about his past.
According to the report, soon after his sexcapade with Russian escort Yanna, Hunter met with two 'mysterious men'. He also exchanged text messages with former Secret Service special agent Robert Savage III. "Did one of the credit cards used to pay Yanna belong to Joe Biden? Was it a shared account?" Author Miranda Devine asks in her report. It is believed that his finances were connected with Joe at the time, which might have led to his father unwittingly paying for his 'debauched' lifestyle.
Hunter Biden's wild night at Chateau Marmont
In May 2018, Hunter reportedly got together with a 24-year-old escort named Yanna, who is described to be a Russian native. He 'ordered' for Yanna through the Los Angeles-based escort site 'Emerald Fantasy Girls'. At that time, the president's younger son was putting up at a cottage in the luxury hotel Chateau Marmont. He reportedly spent a few days doing crack and drinking while also making pornographic videos with Yanna. He even takes photographs of a line of M&Ms that he balanced on his genitals. He later journaled the details of the time on his now-discarded laptop, including the shocking photos and videos.
Hunter's sexcapades with Yanna were billed at a whopping $8,000 which he tried paying to her employer and agent Gulnora. However, despite multiple attempts to pay through his cards and the cash transfer app Zelle, the transactions were not successful. Finally, one of his cards managed to send $8,000 to Yanna.
However, Yanna later received the money from all the previously attempted transactions from Hunter's accounts. She received a total of around $25,000 over and above the billed $8,000. Yanna offered to send back the extra amount to Hunter and managed to do so over the next week. But, on June 12, 2018, she admittedly failed to send back the remaining $5,000 due to problems with her bank account. "Bulls**t. I am so sick of this," Hunter replied to her.
Meanwhile, as soon as Hunter faced debit card issues, former Secret Service special agent Robert Savage III started messaging him urgently. On May 24, 2018, Savage texted him, "H – I’m in the lobby come down. Thanks, Rob." At 6.37pm, Hunter received the message and replied, "5 minutes." It is believed that he did not go down to the lobby in the next five minutes as Savage texted him again, "Come on H, this is linked to Celtic’s account. DC is calling me every 10. Let me up or come down. I can’t help if you don’t let me H.” Hunter apologized and promised to be 'right down'.
Celtic was the Secret Service code name for Joe when he was the vice president. Shortly afterward, retired deputy assistant director of the Secret Service, Dale Pupillo, arrived at the scene. "Dales here. He a going to front desk call and tell them to give us a key now H. As your friend we need to resolve this in the immediate. Call the front desk now H or I will have to assume you are in danger and we will have to make them give us keys," Savage texted again.
As Hunter failed to reply in the next 10 minutes under the pretext of being in the bathroom, the two special agents arrived at his door. The text conversation ended there as the trio presumably met then and discussed the matter in private. However, Hunter's laptop record shows him logging in multiple times to an encrypted government site 'secure.login.gov' around 4.04am.
It has been revealed by Hunter in his memoir 'Beautiful Things' that he was blacklisted from Chateau Marmont for the use of cocaine. However, there is no direct mention of his financial connections with father Joe's official accounts. Much of the connection speculated in the New York Post report is based on assumption and connecting the dots. Meanwhile, Secret Service informed the publication that agent Savage retired from his service weeks before Hunter's sexcapade. The Secret Service further added that they did not provide protection to any Biden family member in 2018.
"My client has never met or communicated with Hunter Biden and has never been to the Chateau Marmont and had not even heard of the hotel. In fact, my client was retired before the date of these fabricated text messages," Savage's lawyer told the Post.