Hunter Biden’s Ex-Girlfriend Testifies To His Lavish Spending In Grand Jury Tax Probe

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The grand jury investigating evidence in Hunter Biden’s tax investigation heard five hours of confidential testimony from President Joe Biden’s son’s ex-girlfriend.

Zoe Kestan, 28, is enraged that Hunter ended their relationship after she begged him to quit using drugs and she notified the grand jury about the president’s son’s expensive spending, according to The New York Post.

She testified about staying with Hunter at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, the same hotel where “Saturday Night Live” actor John Belushi died of a heroin overdose in 1972, according to the source. Hunter said in his 2021 book that the motel was where he “learned how to cook crack.” Hunter, she said, informed her.

In October, a 48-minute audio clip of the two of them was published online, and it appeared to be segments of two consecutive talks.

“One of my defects, one of my nasty aspects, is that I like to talk about things like you to show off.” “Of course,” says Kestan, who is around the same age as Hunter’s oldest daughter.

“Do you think the night we had sex, I wasn’t messaging like three people saying, ‘I’m laying in bed with this great man?'” she asked in the tape.

Lunden Roberts, 30, who testified last month that a DNA test proved Hunter as the father of her kid, was not the first ex-girlfriend to appear before the grand jury according to The Daily Mail.

Hunter stated that he was being probed in December 2020, before his father was sworn in as President of the United States.

“I discovered for the first time yesterday that the United States Attorney’s Office in Delaware informed my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are examining my tax matters,” he explained.

“I take this subject very seriously,” he stated, “but I am certain that a competent and impartial investigation of these concerns will show that I conducted my business properly and appropriately, including with the assistance of experienced tax consultants.”

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