In a recent report from the Daily Mail, additional emails and messages from Biden's controversial laptop have come to light.
These newly revealed communications shed further light on the financial transactions involving his daughter Maisy, who was in high school at the time, according to the summation by Fox News.
Funds pulled by Hunter Biden from Maisy's college fund were allegedly used for various purposes, including payments for prostitutes, the purchase of a luxury sports car, fees for sex webcam subscriptions, and other expenses.
Another email has surfaced, revealing details about the financial matters of the first family, particularly President Joe Biden and Hunter Biden.
The email, sent by Katie Dodge, Hunter's then-assistant, served as a reminder about regarding pending bills and expenses that necessitated prompt payment.
This revelation adds to the growing scrutiny surrounding the financial management within the Biden administration.
The Internal Revenue Service considered filing felony tax charges against the first son for removing nearly $40,000 from his daughter's college fund and failing to report it as additional income on his 2019 tax returns — while still using a significant portion of the windfall to pay for crack cocaine and prostitutes, according to the New York Post.
IRS Special Agent Joseph Ziegler told the House Ways and Means Committee that federal tax investigators uncovered "approximately $39,820" that Hunter Biden, now 53, plundered from his high school-aged daughter Maisy's 529 college savings plan.
According to his 2021 memoir Beautiful Things, a few weeks prior to the withdrawal, Hunter evaded a family intervention by hiding out in a hotel to inhale crack.
The disclosure is one of several made to the House committee by Ziegler and IRS Special Supervisory Agent Gary Shapley, who allege that the Justice Department "slow-walked" their investigation of Hunter Biden and prevented them from taking certain investigative steps, such as examining evidence trails that could lead to his father, President Biden.
Investigators with the Internal Revenue Service discovered that the first son avoided paying more than $2.2 million in taxes on his $8.3 million in earnings from transactions in Ukraine, Russia, and China, among others.
Hunter received a notification on Dec. 17, 2018 that his Wells Fargo bank account had only 44 cents remaining. According to emails discovered on his abandoned laptop, he promptly asked his wealth management team if he could “transfer 20k from Maisy 528 account to personal account."