An Arkansas judge ordered Hunter Biden to appear in court on Jan. 29 to show why he “should not be held in contempt” for failing to produce information about his finances.
by Andrew Kerr
An Arkansas judge ordered Hunter Biden on Monday to appear before a court Jan. 29 to explain why he shouldn’t be held in contempt for his failure to produce information about his finances in relation to a heated child support dispute.
Independence County Circuit Court Judge Holly Meyer ordered Hunter Biden to appear in court on Jan. 29, to “show cause, if any exists, as to why he should not be held in contempt for any of the alleged violations of this Court’s orders.”
The order came the same day an attorney for the mother of Hunter Biden’s child, Lunden Roberts, accused Hunter Biden of failing to abide by a court-mandated deadline to disclose a deluge of information, including a list of all companies he owns or controls, his sources of income and employers for the past five years, unredacted copies of his tax returns, copies of deeds to properties he owns and more.