When the going gets tough, Hunter Biden runs to celebrity lawyer

by WorldTribune Staff, January 19, 2023

Celebrity lawyer Kevin Morris made his name as attorney for a slew of Hollywood heavyweights, including Ellen DeGeneres, Scarlett Johansson, Matthew McConaughey, Chris Rock, and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

He is also representing Hunter Biden as possible federal charges hang over the head of Joe Biden’s son amid the discovery of classified documents at the Biden family home in Wilmington, Delaware, the Daily Mail Online noted in a Jan. 18 report.

Lawyer Kevin Morris, right, has become known as Hunter Biden’s ‘sugar brother.’

“The First Son was spotted visiting his friend on Tuesday as possible federal charges hang over his head and he becomes embroiled in the discovery of his father’s classified documents mess,” according to the report.

Morris became known as Hunter’s “sugar brother” after he reportedly loaned Hunter $2.8 million to pay off a 2021 tax bill just as a federal investigation into his financial affairs was launched.

The high-powered lawyer has gone to great extremes in an attempt to discredit information from Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell,” the contents of which have proved an extreme embarrassment to the Biden family.

The Daily Mail Online reported in October that Morris sent “threatening” texts to members of the research group Marco Polo, which published the entire contents of the laptop.

Related: Marco Polo investigation reports 459 documented violations of law on Hunter Biden’s laptop, April 23, 2019

Morris called one member of the group “a f***ing moron,” adding in other texts “I’m gonna 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 texts earnedMorris an ethics complaint.

Morris also allegedly lied to get on to the film set of “My Son Hunter“, a movie which details Hunter Biden’s drug use, partying, and corrupt business deals.

Morris flew on a private plane to Serbia where the movie was being filmed, claiming he wanted to interview the producers for a documentary he claimed to be making about Biden family corruption.

At the time, producer Phelim McAleer said: “Now that I know of his representation of Hunter Biden, his questions while they were filming suddenly make a lot of sense. I thought he was just making a documentary but now it appears he was deceptively spying for his client Hunter Biden.”

Morris and two colleagues we were given full access to the set for several days taping hours of footage for the supposed documentary.

“The filmmakers claim that Morris was particularly interested in the contents of the movie – including what sources they had for their information and what they knew about how Hunter’s laptop came into the hands of media,” the Daily Mail noted.

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