accusations claim that Hunter Biden took $20,000 from his daughter Maisy’s education fund for what have been termed as dubious spending. These accusations have caused the personal and financial troubles of Hunter Biden to once again make news. According to the Daily Mail, in December of 2018, Wells Fargo bank notified Hunter Biden that he had just 44 cents left in his account and that he needed to make a withdrawal. In response, he gave the bank instructions to withdraw $20,000 from the college savings account that he had set up for his daughter Maisy.
These findings throw light on a time period during which Hunter Biden acknowledges he was struggling with a strong addiction to crack cocaine and spending money on prostitutes. During this turbulent period, he wrote emails to his wealth managers asking them to “liquidate what you can” and asking that no money be removed from his accounts to pay bills for his “ex.” He also asked that no money be withdrawn from his accounts to pay for his own legal fees.
It has been revealed that Maisy’s college savings were used to pay for costs that are cause for worry. These expenses include payments to prostitutes, the purchase of a high-end sports automobile, and membership fees for a sex webcam service, amongst other expenditures.
The scenario is becoming more complicated as more emails and conversations from Hunter Biden’s laptop are brought to light. These emails and texts depict a chaotic state of affairs both financially and personally. Within the same chain of emails, he notified his assistant that she would only be receiving fifty percent of her regular income, in addition to giving her specific instructions on the payment of some bills and the postponement of others. In addition to this, he brought up his former business partner Ye Jianming, who had vanished while doing business in China, and he implied that his former partner was currently on death sentence.
These developments occur at the same time that Hunter Biden is facing legal problems linked to the acquisition of firearms. These challenges include allegations of making false statements and unauthorized possession of a handgun. He just made an appearance in federal court and pleaded not guilty to the accusations; if convicted, he faces a possible cumulative maximum sentence of 25 years in prison for all of the offenses.