Text messages reportedly show Hunter Biden asking cousin to set him up with young actresses, models

Just when it seemed the lowest point of Hunter Biden’s debauch nature had been exposed, text messages uncovered from his infamous laptop allegedly reveal him begging his cousin to set him up with actress Nicola Peltz while rattling off other names like ordering from a catalog.

In January 2019, a few short months before his then-former vice president father Joe Biden announced his third and first successful White House bid, and while still shacking up with his dead brother Beau’s widow Hallie, Hunter went through a lengthy text exchange with his cousin Caroline Biden asking for her help in his seeking future carnal comforts.

The messages, which were published by the nonprofit Marco Polo USA, featured Hunter primarily interested in Peltz, then-24-years-old, but also other actresses and models less than half his age of nearly 49 at the time, including Bella Thorne, then-21, and Bella Hadid, then-22.

“Set me up with Nicola,” the scandal-plagued Hunter messaged his cousin.

According to the exchange, the surviving son of now-President Biden had suggested it was his psychiatrist’s idea, whom he was living with at the time of his rehab in Massachusetts after the doctor had reportedly met Peltz while vacationing in Maine.

“He was telling me that I have to break [free] from Hallies trap — And then said — ‘I know someone’ — Nicola Peltz,” Hunter wrote in a series of messages to Caroline who responded, “Wow.”

Caroline apparently already had ties to the actress, who she described as 'pretty' and 'sweet'
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“I said my cousin knows her well and was supposed to set us up on a date but — She didn’t [because] she’s crazy as — me,” he said at one point during the exchange that never confirmed whether he would eventually cross paths with Peltz, now married to Brooklyn Beckham, the son of soccer star David Beckham and Spice Girl Victoria Beckham.

Also left unexplained was the connection Caroline had to Peltz who described her as “f*cking pretty” and “sweet” while coaching Hunter about potential pitfalls in courting the young actress, like her parents.

“Nicola Peltz is 24 and her father Nelson Peltz would have to love you,” the cousin said, which prompted Hunter to reply “24 is great — Seriously — Its incredibly easy to impress a 24 year old.”

Caroline also remarked, “You need Nelson to like you which he will — And Claudia even more — The mother.”

Other names bandied about during the exchange included author Roald Dahl’s screenwriter daughter Lucy, five years Hunter’s senior, and model/actress Yasmina Jones, 31, while he was assured she had a connection to a modeling agency that would get him the “rich hot and kind,” woman he was looking for and she encouraged him to peruse the Instagram account of Gotham Gym in NYC to find an image of a woman he might be interested in.

Before Caroline would agree to offer any assistance to her cousin, she set forth the condition, “I need you to truly know hallie doesn’t love you and she never [loved] beau and she’s an evil person — she doesn’t have a soul.”

Within four months of the exchange between the cousins, Hunter would go on to marry Melissa Cohen, in her mid-thirties, with whom he would go on to father his son Beau, named after the boy’s late uncle.

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