Who is Kevin Morris? Hunter Biden lawyer's ‘Enjoy being a b***boy. Lube up’ rant at email leak group revealed
Kevin Morris received a text from 'Jon Cooper' on May 19, saying he worked with an 'OpSec collective who has been breaking down the laptop'
It has been revealed that Hunter Biden's 'sugar brother' attorney sent "threatening" messages to a group that was investigating Hunter's laptop. He is also the subject of a legal ethics complaint. The Daily Mail obtained texts in which Hollywood entertainment lawyer Kevin Morris called a member of right wing transparency group Marco Polo a "f***ing moron," "f***nuts," said "I'm going to take all your money," "I know where you live," and "You're going to enjoy being a buttboy for 20 years dude. Lube up."
The messages were sent to a Marco Polo investigator was was allegedly messaging the lawyer posing as a potential ally for the First son's defense case. The investigator initially began speaking to the lawyer about Hunter's laptop under his fake identity only to reveal his real affiliation a weak later. This enraged Morris.
Who is Kevin Morris?
Morris, a Malibu-based lawyer, made a fortune representing the South Park co-creators. Now serving as Hunter's attorney, he is said to have lent him $2.8 million to pay off an IRS bill amid a federal investigation into alleged tax crimes by Hunter. Morris and Hunter met at a December 2019 fundraiser for the presidential campaign of Joe Biden.
Morris graduated from Cornell University in 1985 with a BA in Government and spent a semester at the London School of Economics. He then reportedly went to law school at New York University, where he received a JD in 1988. He is the founder of the Morris Yorn Entertainment Law Firm, which represents media figures including Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Matthew McConaughey, Mike Judge, Ellen DeGeneres, Scarlett Johansson, Zoe Saldana and more.
Waging a campaign, Morris has been trying to discredit information from Hunter's abandoned laptop. Notably, multiple top cyber forensics experts, including first by the founder of the FBI's cyber forensics unit, have authenticated it.
Morris received a text from 'Jon Cooper' on May 19, saying he worked with an "OpSec [operations security] collective who has been breaking down the laptop." "What do the forensics show? Anything good for us? (If this is a fake, I hereby withdrawal [sic] and make no assertion of any facts? And off the record," Morris wrote. "I could sure use a summary of what you've found."
Morris and the investigator started talking about Hunter's disgraced former psychiatrist friend Keith Ablow. Ablow had reportedly stored another of Hunter's laptops at his office during a DEA raid. He is a Republican and former regular commentator on Fox News. Morris suggested to the investigator that he was constructing a case to claim Ablow leaked a copy of Hunter's laptop rather than Hunter abandoning it at a Delaware computer store.
"Ablow clone was sent to Rs SB [Steve Bannon] and RG [Rudy Giuliani] BEFORE it went down to Delaware," Morris said. "The problem is that there ARE real things on there. That's the big f*** up. They started with the Ablow clone (real) and added all kinds of bull***t. We're going after them all. We own all of them."
"You know this is historic, right? Like you're a hero. Like for reals," Morris said. "We can provide enough information that sows doubt," the trickster told him. "There is also the possibility we can instruct your team on how to find the data you need to make a case stick." Morris replied, "Ok. I'm happy to hire you."
However, three days after the text exchanges, the Marco Polo operative sent Morris an emblem of his organization. "Kevin, you have given us plenty. Thank you!" he wrote. Morris realized this was the same group which has obtained a copy of Hunter's abandoned laptop and has been publishing data from it. It has even created a publicly searchable site, bidenlaptopemails.com, containing Hunter's emails.
"Call your lawyer, Garrett. We already have you. You've been a bad boy," the attorney responded. He was referring to Marco Polo founder Garrett Ziegler, a 26-year-old former Trump White House aide. "You want to meet me? Have the guts to meet me, Punk? Me and you. No, you won't because are a sick kid playing bully," Morris wrote. "You don't know it but you've ruined your life. So young to be ruined. You earned it."
"I haven't laughed so hard since I saw you in those Geico commercials. So easy, even a caveman can do it," the operative wrote back, to which an enraged Hunter said, "You're going to enjoy being a buttboy for 20 years dude. Lube up."
Accusing the trickster of making threatening phone calls, Morris began sending his own ominous texts. "I also have you making those threatening phone calls. They are already with the FBI. I know where you live," Morris wrote. "You're f***ing with the wrong guys. It's not like this wont be hanging on you for the rest of your life - There is right and wrong in this world. You are a viscous little p***y and I'm coming to get you."
At present, the State Bar of California is investigating an ethics complaint against Morris. The complaint states he infiltrated the set of the movie 'My Son Hunter' in an attempt to spy on its makers for his client under false pretenses. The complaint was filed last month by Biden biopic's producer Phelim McAleer. McAleer accused Morris of flying on his private jet to the set in Serbia in November, where he apparently posed as an independent documentarian. Under the pretense, he allagedly shot more than 40 hours of film, audio and interviews.
"Mr. Morris intentionally misrepresented to me that he had never met or spoken with Mr. Hunter Biden," the complaint said, adding he "used deception and misrepresentation to spy on a movie project about his client to gather information to help his client."
"He used deceit to secure such access by not disclosing he was Mr. Biden's lawyer," it further said. "Mr. Morris used his cover as a documentary filmmaker to conceal his true purpose: performing legal investigative work on behalf of his client, Mr. Hunter Biden."