Hunter Biden got over $6.5MILLION in total from his ‘sugar brother’ Kevin Morris over one


Hunter Biden‘s bong-smoking Hollywood attorney Kevin Morris actually lent the president’s son over $6.5 million dollars – over one million more than he previously disclosed.

According to a letter from Morris’ attorney to the House Oversight Committee obtained by DailyMail.com, he made five loan payments to Hunter between October 2021 and December 2023. 

The total reaches over $6.5 million dollars – which is well over the amount that Morris disclosed to Congress last week after he was subpoenaed for a closed-door interview.

Morris’ attorney also writes that Hunter is required to pay a 5 percent interest rate on the loans which was ‘negotiated’ by their ‘separate’ legal counsels. 

Last week, Morris detailed to congressional investigators the chain of events that led to loaning his ‘personal friend’ – the president’s son – millions of dollars only one month after meeting him.

Despite the accelerated timeline of their friendship to Hunter’s financial benefit, Morris insists he does not expect anything from the Bidens politically. 

Kevin Morris (left) is working on a top-secret documentary with Hunter Biden

Kevin Morris (left) is working on a top-secret documentary with Hunter Biden

Hunter Biden 's bong-smoking Hollywood attorney Kevin Morris detailed the chain of events that led to loaning his 'personal friend' - the president's son - millions of dollars only one month after meeting him

Hunter Biden ‘s bong-smoking Hollywood attorney Kevin Morris detailed the chain of events that led to loaning his ‘personal friend’ – the president’s son – millions of dollars only one month after meeting him

Morris subsequently went on to fork over million in loans to Hunter, giving him the nickname of Hunter’s ‘sugar brother.’ 

But the high-profile entertainment lawyer told investigators for the House GOP‘s impeachment inquiry last week that Hunter is required to begin paying back the total $5 million he said owes him next year. 

According to a transcript of the interview obtained by DailyMail.com, Morris met Hunter Biden at a swanky Biden fundraiser in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles in November 2019. He was introduced to then-candidate Joe’s ‘struggling’ son by big Biden donor Lanette Phillips. 

One week after their initial meeting, Phillips asked Morris to meet again with Hunter at his Los Angeles home because he had ‘entertainment-ish issues’ he needed the attorney’s help for. 

‘At this time he had no income and his wife Melissa was five months pregnant,’ Morris said about their second meeting where Hunter, a drug addict, described emerging from the ‘lowest point in his life.’

He said Hunter’s wife Melissa made them tea and he and Hunter talked for ‘four or five’ hours.

Morris said he was ‘concerned’ that Hunter had ‘no security protection’ despite being ‘harassed by paparazzi’ and others who came to his home and threatened him. 

‘I had a very tribal feeling about Hunter,’ Morris said, describing his relationship with the president’s son. ‘He’s a guy. I have brothers … he was in a lot of trouble.’

‘I basically found him like a guy getting the crap beat out of him in a — by a gang of people. And, you know, where we come from, you don’t let that happen. You 8 get in and you start swinging.’

Immediately Morris began representing Hunter, and one short month after meeting him he made numerous payments on Hunter’s behalf. 

Morris said his operation within Hunter’s legal team is ‘sort of like general counsel’ and he is ‘involved in everything.’ 

Morris then began paying Hunter’s attorneys, making payments on his house in Venice and on his ‘upside-down Porsche’ which he owed $11,000 on. 

In the first year of their friendship, Morris said he loaned Hunter some $1 million. 

Morris went on to detail the at least three times he visited the White House with Hunter. 

On one occasion in 2021, he said that the president made a ‘crack’ about his hair.

‘At the end of the day we were in the — we were in the outside area. Hunter’s friendly with a lot of people there,’ he said according to the transcript.

Hunter Biden was accompanied by his attorney Kevin Morris (left) as he stormed out of a  House Oversight Committee hearing

Hunter Biden was accompanied by his attorney Kevin Morris (left) as he stormed out of a  House Oversight Committee hearing

Despite the accelerated timeline of their friendship to Hunter's financial benefit, Morris insists he does not expect anything from the Bidens politically

Despite the accelerated timeline of their friendship to Hunter’s financial benefit, Morris insists he does not expect anything from the Bidens politically

‘And then it was around 5, 6 o’clock, and Hunter went in, said hi. And the President — the President waved. And I think he said hi. He always makes jokes about my hair. I think he made a crack about my hair,’ Morris added.

He also attended Naomi Biden’s November 2022 wedding on the White House south lawn and visited the grounds on a few other occasions. 

Morris said the payments were ‘almost always direct payments to third-party vendors,’ but Hunter never asked him for the money. 

He claimed that there was no political motivation behind his relationship with Hunter Biden and he never spoke to the Bidens about politics, despite being a longtime Democratic donor. 

‘Hunter doesn’t come to me. He’s never asked me for anything. I’ve done these things voluntarily. I have an idea of what they were, and I keep a record. And the ones that are absolutely necessary I take care of with a loan,’ he claimed. 

The loans came in the form of five promissory notes between late 2020 and 2024. Morris said the notes were standard-issue, interest-bearing notes with a maturity date of 2025, at which point Hunter must begin repaying them. 

But Morris said had lawyers draw up the promissory notes after loaning Hunter the money. He said the terms of the loans are ‘standard,’ meaning he could sue Hunter if the president’s son does not begin making repayments in 2025. 

Morris said he partly gave Hunter the cash because he feared the recovering addict would relapse – which would hurt his president father.

‘I fear that he will relapse every — yes, and every day since. And I think that’s the intention of the people in the world out to get him. Because they know getting him to relapse is the thing that will most upset his — will do the most impact on his father,’ Morris said. 



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