According to experts, Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic President Joe Biden, may be charged with federal sex crimes while he is being investigated for financial issues connected to his overseas business activities.
The announcement comes amid fresh revelations from his laptop, and recent days have seen graphic pictures of Hunter Biden circulating on social media, including a video that shows him weighing a huge amount of something that some people on social media describe as “crack” cocaine.
According to the Daily Mail, following Ekaterina Moreva receiving tens of thousands of dollars from Hunter’s firm, JPMorgan Chase filed a Suspicious Activity Report.
According to the news site, text messages from Hunter Biden’s cell phone shows that he wrote checks to Moreva escorts, whose website advertised a “girlfriend experience” with a prostitute that might be as young as 20 years old. Videos and photographs from the phone suggest that President Biden’s son assisted in transporting those women across the state lines, which could be a federal crime.
The information has been with the FBI for two and a half years, according to reports. Hunter Biden is still being investigated for his business activities in China, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine.
According to the report, if Hunter Biden is charged with federal prostitution offenses, he may be fined or imprisoned for up to 10 years under the Mann Act, that states: “Whoever purposely transports any person in foreign or interstate commerce, or in any Possession or Territory of the U.S., with the intention that this person engages in prostitution, or in any other sexual act for which a person could be charged with a criminal offense, they will be fined and imprisoned under this title for not more than ten years.”
According to a former New Jersey prosecutor, being charged with interstate travel for prostitution is uncommon unless minors or force was used, or the defendant is already facing other charges.
Dennis Lormel, a former FBI agent, stated that Hunter Biden will be “investigated” in any inquiry into the payments made to prostitutes. But the main target would be whoever is providing the prostitutes.
“Then I’d look back at what he did,” he said. “If he is bringing them across the state lines, there could be something they can pursue.”