Friday’s New York Post had fun with the front-page news that Hunter Biden’s so-called “sugar brother,” Hollywood lawyer Kevin Morris, is backing a “gauzy” Hunter Biden documentary.
Reporters Melissa Koenig and Ryan King reminded readers that according to IRS whistleblower Joseph Ziegler, Morris has given Hunter $4.9 million — covering expenses including overdue tax bills, legal fees, housing, and car payments. “At least one loan to Hunter from Morris, for at least $1.2 million in 2020, carried interest and requires repayment beginning in 2025.”
Hunter sued Ziegler and another IRS whistleblower, Gary Shapley, in September, accusing them of trying to “target and “embarrass” him.
While the first son’s life as viewed through his now-infamous laptop resembles a Quentin Tarantino film — with plenty of not-so-tasteful nudity — the untitled Morris project would show a more gentle Hunter “painting, selling his art, raising his son, and navigating everyday life as a sober adult with ongoing criminal investigations and in the crosshairs of [former President Donald] Trump and his supporters,” the Los Angeles Times credulously reported this week.
A film crew has been trailing Hunter, 53, for years and was most recently spotted recording the first son publicly defying a subpoena from the House Oversight Committee to sit for a deposition Dec. 13.
The Post has also noted the presence of cameras around the Biden scion, including when Hunter cozied up to one of our reporters at a December 2022 showing off his surprisingly pricey work at Soho’s Georges Berges gallery.
The crew also popped up at the same gallery in the fall of 2021, at the very first public showing by the world’s most well-compensated amateur artist.
The first sign that someone is deeply in the tank for Hunter Biden is celebrating Biden’s “artistry.” Journalists at The New York Times have done that.
Morris even took his cameras all the way to Serbia, where the crew crashed the set where filmmaker Phelim McAleer was shooting “My Son Hunter,” a flick mocking the Biden family that was distributed by Breitbart in September 2022.
The Ireland-born McAleer told the LA Times he allowed Morris and his crew to film on their set for a few days and even went out to dinner with his adversary.
At one point, the director said, Morris began asking him questions along the lines of “What was the history of the laptop? What did I know about the history of the laptop?”
“He was out there looking for information and evidence for his client while he was pretending to be something he was not,” McAleer claimed.
For his part, Hunter Biden lauded Morris as unselfishly loaning him millions of dollars to restore his “dignity”:
“I don’t know where I would be if not for Kevin,” Hunter Biden told the LA Times.
“And I don’t mean just because he has loaned me money to survive this onslaught, I mean because he has given me back my dignity. He has been a brother to me.
“What was in it for Kevin? I think that you don’t truly understand or know Kevin if that’s your question.”