Hunter Biden Ordered by Judge to Attend Every Hearing in Paternity Case

( – Hunter Biden is being ordered by a judge to attend all court hearings pertaining to the ongoing paternity case in Arkansas about his daughter.

Independence County Circuit Judge Holly Meyer told the attorneys of Hunter Biden and Lunden Roberts, mother of Hunter’s 4-year-old daughter, that she wants “both of your clients at every hearing I conduct.” The judge scolded the attorneys on Monday during a Zoom call, saying that the litigation is taking way too long and that she “will no longer allow us to excuse clients.”

The next hearing is scheduled for May 1 and Hunter will be required to be there and present in person.

It seems Hunter may have been hiding out at the White House in order to avoid being served by Roberts, a former stripper who gave birth to Hunter’s unacknowledged daughter, Navy, in 2018. After Roberts was ordered by the court to get a paternity test proving the child is Hunter’s, the first son then applied to have his monthly child support payments reduced, which Roberts is now contesting.

Last week, Roberts asked the court in Arkansas to put Hunter in jail for failing to provide his financial records, which is required in her lawsuit.

She accused the 53-year-old first son of “flaunting the dignity and authority of the court” by not providing “one single item or word [of] discovery,” suggesting that the court “should incarcerate the defendant in the Cleburne County Detention Center until he complies” with the court orders.

Roberts brought Garrett Ziegler on board as an expert witness. The former Trump advisor and founder of the nonprofit Marco Polo published a 644-page analysis last year of the infamous Hunter Biden laptop.

Hunter’s attorney, Brent Langdon, told the judge the laptop, which may contain income tax records, was still not in his client’s possession. After a back-and-forth with Langdon, Meyer pressed the lawyer to specify if the laptop actually belonged to his client, to which Langdon responded he was “not in a position to even begin to answer that question.”

Langdon filed a motion for a restraining order against Ziegler, which was declined by Meyer.

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