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January 4, 2023

Hunter Biden's 'Baby Mama' Seeks to Change Child's Last Name to Biden

The mother of Hunter Biden's baby is seeking to change the child's last name to Biden to benefit from the family connection.

The paternity case against the first son was reopened in an Arkansas court that included issues related to child support payments.

"Lunden Roberts, 31, filed four motions Tuesday in connection with the paternity case against Hunter, which was reopened in September when the first son asked the court to lower his child support payments," the New York Post reported.

"Attorney Clinton Lancaster told an Independence County court that Navy Joan Roberts would 'benefit from carrying the Biden family name,' which he said was 'now synonymous with being well educated, successful, financially acute, and politically powerful,'" it added.

"Roberts, originally from Batesville and an Arkansas State University graduate, met Hunter Biden while she was living in Washington, D.C., and worked for him, Lancaster previously said," NWA Online reported.

"The child, initially referred to in the case as 'Baby Doe,' was born in August 2018; the paternity suit followed in May 2019, days after Hunter Biden's marriage to a South African filmmaker, the former Melissa Cohen," it added.

A DNA test showed Hunter as the father, leading to a requirement for temporary child support.

Hunter argued in his memoir that he had no memory of his time with the woman that led to the pregnancy.

The son of President Joe Biden has also previously noted his issues with drug and alcohol abuse.

The new court situation adds to concerns with the first son that could also soon include an investigation of his business dealings as Republicans take over the majority in the House.

Source: New York Post

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