CJR Staff
July 23, 2023

Hunter Biden's Lawyer, Kevin Morris, Photographed Smoking from a Bong

Hunter Biden's legal representative, Kevin Morris, was photographed by the U.K. Daily Mail seemingly smoking a substance using a water "bong" from his home's balcony in Los Angeles, California, during a visit from his notorious client.

Biden, known for his past excessive drug usage, paid a visit to his 'sugar brother' and Hollywood attorney, Morris. This visit took place shortly after Biden agreed to plead guilty to federal tax crimes the previous month.

The Daily Mail published photos that show Morris, during Hunter's visit, on his balcony visibly inhaling from a white bong. The photographs were taken from a public street, providing a clear view of Morris' actions. His home, situated in the coastal neighborhood of Castellamare, boasts stunning views.

Hunter's "Sugar Brother" Smokes From Bong

The photograph incident occurred on the same day Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) disclosed an FBI FD-1023 form. This form contained allegations from a source stating that Hunter and Joe Biden accepted money from Burisma, a Ukrainian energy firm allegedly involved in corruption. The unverified claims suggest that these funds were moved through a series of shell companies.

Morris has emerged as a key player in the ongoing controversies surrounding Hunter Biden. He was recently reported by Breitbart News to have paid Hunter's considerable IRS tax debt, funded his costly Malibu apartment, and been heavily involved in his professional affairs.

The lawyer, himself a significant figure in Hollywood, played a vital role in managing Hunter Biden's public relations and media strategies in 2022. He has also been implicated in Hunter Biden's recent venture into modern art painting, a sector known for its ties to corruption.

Breitbart News reported that Morris holds a 10% stake in Skaneateles LLC, which controls BHR Partners, a Chinese state-backed investment fund established just days after the Bidens' visit to China in 2013.

Recreational use of marijuana is legal in California. However, the Mail did not confirm the nature of the substance that Morris appeared to be smoking.

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