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Biden may have unknowingly paid for son’s wild night of drug-fueled sex with Russian hooker, texts show

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Wild nights filled with drug-infused sex involving Hunter Biden and a woman who billed herself as a Russian prostitute may have been paid for involuntarily by Joe Biden before he was elected president, according to reports published Wednesday.

Receipts and text messages retrieved from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop make reference to being overcharged $25,000 during a stay at Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont Hotel in 2018, the New York Post’s Miranda Devine notes in excerpts of her new book, “Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide,” published Tuesday.

“It’s May 2018, and Robert Hunter Biden is trawling through his favorite Los Angeles escort sites. He orders ‘Yanna,’ a 24-year-old Russian native from Emerald Fantasy Girls,” Devine wrote.

“‘Russian, Green Eyes, Thin Brunette, an elite courtesan’ is Yanna’s pitch, along with a menu of sex acts,” Devine continued.

After deciding on Yanna, Hunter Biden, using his first name Robert, texts, her: “Hi, My name is Rob. I’m staying at Chateau Marmont. Are you available now?”

She was.

According to materials Devine reviewed, the woman went to Biden’s cottage, and while there, he smoked crack as the two of them drank vodka and proceeded to have sex and “make porn.”

“He balances a line of M&Ms on his erect penis and takes photographs of it,” Devine wrote.

The laptop’s contents provide “a glimpse into the president’s son’s debauched lifestyle,” The Post columnist continued, but in addition, the contents also raise “questions about how much his finances were mingled” with those of his father, noted Devine, who said that after the woman left, a pair of “mysterious men” showed up to ask Hunter questions.

After two days together, Yanna wants to leave but expects to be paid an $8,000 fee. Only, none of Hunter’s debit cards appear to be working.

“On the morning of May 24, hung over and out of sorts, Hunter adds a new recipient on the cash transfer app Zelle, a woman named Gulnora, the registered agent for Emerald Fantasy Girls and Yanna’s employer,” Devine writes, adding that another $8,000 transfer fails to go through.

At that point, Wells Fargo bank sent Hunter a fraud alert, so he tries a couple of more cards, but they, too, don’t work. Finally, he grabs another card from his wallet and the transfer goes through, but as he crashed after Yanna left, his bank accounts were being pilfered.

“In receipts he saves on the computer, the transactions he thought had failed have gone through, one after the other,” Devine wrote, noting that in all, $25,000 has been paid out with another $3,500 set for transfer that was stopped.

Not long after, Yanna got back in touch with Hunter to inform him of all the additional cash transfers and she offers to return the funds. “There is many transactions on my account,” she texted. “From last night 8k, 8k, 3500k. So get back with me when you can. So I can transfer back to you. Better if you call my personal.”

Over the next week, most of the money was returned except for $5,000. Gulnora texted on June 12 she was having trouble with her bank and could not make the return transfer, which angered Hunter.

“Bulls**t,” Hunter responded. “I am so sick of this.”

“What happens between Hunter and Yanna next is not recorded,” Devine wrote, noting that Yanna’s number no longer works and attorneys for her and Hunter would not respond to requests for comment.

But the episode wasn’t over.

“What we do know from the laptop is that a few hours after Hunter’s debit-card woes began, text messages start arriving that are labeled as being from Robert Savage III,” writes Devine. “Savage was once the Secret Service’s special agent in charge of the Los Angeles field office and a contact card for him appears on the laptop, with a photographic avatar, phone number and Secret Service email address.”

However, she reported that Secret Service officials told her Savage retired weeks before the incident with Hunter and Yanna, and that the agency had not provided any protection for any Biden since 2018.

“My client has never met or communicated with Hunter Biden and has never been to the Chateau Marmont and had not even heard of the hotel. In fact, my client was retired before the date of these fabricated text messages,” Savage’s attorney told Devine.

Referencing materials stored on Hunter’s laptop, Devine notes further:

The activity recorded on Hunter’s devices shows Savage sending Hunter an urgent missive on May 24 at 6:37 p.m.: “H – I’m in the lobby come down. Thanks, Rob.”

Hunter replies: “5 minutes.”

Five minutes later, Savage texts again: “Come on H, this is linked to Celtic’s account. DC is calling me every 10. Let me up or come down. I can’t help if you don’t let me H.”

“Celtic” was Joe Biden’s Secret Service code name when he was vice president.

Did one of the credit cards used to pay Yanna belong to Joe Biden? Was it a shared account?

Hunter replies: “I promise be right down. Sorry.”

Savage then says that Dale Pupillo, a now-retired Secret Service deputy assistant director who also used to guard Joe Biden, showed up in the lobby.

“Invoices indicate that Pupillo did background checks for Hunter on potential business partners,” Devine wrote, adding more of the text exchange:

“He’s going to front desk, call and tell them to give us a key now H.

“As your friend, we need to resolve this in the immediate.

“Call the front desk now H or I will have to assume you are in danger and we will have to make them give us the keys.”

For nine minutes, Hunter does not reply.

“Really, Rob I am coming down right now,” Hunter texts at 6:54 p.m. “I really promise. Was in the bathroom buddy. Coming right this second.”

What happened next isn’t known because Hunter did not record anything further on his laptop. However, Devine said that he stayed up most of the rest of the night, logging into an encrypted U.S. government site, “secure.login.gov,” several times at least until 4:04 a.m.

Jon Dougherty

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