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Hunter Biden said he has “no recollection” of meeting a stripper who later gave birth to his child.
Writing in his memoir, “Beautiful Things,” that will hit bookstores on Tuesday, President Biden’s son describes years of drug and alcohol addiction and the numerous sexual encounters he had with women.
”It’s why I would later challenge in court the woman in Arkansas who had a baby in 2018 and claimed the child was mine. I had no recollection of our encounter. That’s how little connection I had with anyone. I was a mess, but a mess I’ve taken responsibility for,” he writes in the book.
The stripper, Lunden Alexis Roberts, was working in a DC strip club when she met Hunter, who had been going through “more than four years of active addiction.”
In the book, Hunter talks about a blind date where he met his ex-wife Kathleen and his relationship with his late brother Beau’s widow Hallie.
“It was my first actual date in 26 years,” Hunter said. “My relationship with Hallie belonged to a whole other category, and the other women I’d been with during rampages since my divorce were hardly the dating type. We’d satisfy our immediate needs and little else.”
Hunter and Roberts reached a settlement for child support last March, The Post reported.
In interviews on CBS that aired Sunday and Monday to promote the book, Biden also said he didn’t believe he made a “mistake” by taking a seat on the board of a Ukrainian energy company while his father was the then-vice president tasked with overseeing US policy in the country.
“I don’t think I made a mistake in taking a spot on that board. I think I made a mistake in terms of underestimating the way it would be used against me,” he said of the $50,000-a-month gig.
Emails about his and his father’s connection to Burisma that were found on a laptop that Hunter dropped off at a Delaware computer repair shop in April 2019 and never picked up were part of an expose The Post wrote last October.
In the CBS interview Sunday, he said he couldn’t recall if he dropped off the MacBook Pro.
“Certainly, there could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me, that could be that I was hacked, it could be that it was Russian intelligence, it could be that it was stolen from me,” Hunter said.
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