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Presidential Son Hunter Biden Indicted on 9 New Criminal Charges

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Hunter Biden has been indicted in California on nine new charges related to alleged tax evasion, including three felonies and six misdemeanors.

The indictment claims he engaged in a four-year scheme to avoid paying at least $1.4 million in federal taxes between 2016 and 2019, spending millions on an extravagant lifestyle instead.

Hunter Biden is also facing federal firearms charges in Delaware. (Trending: Biden Bank Records Reveal Another Massive Bombshell)

Despite a plea deal falling apart, he would have served two years of probation under the original agreement.

“The indictment says Biden spent millions on an ‘extravagant lifestyle’ — including membership in sex clubs and more than $188,000 on adult entertainment — rather than paying his taxes,” the filing states.

“According to the indictment, Hunter Biden ‘continued to earn handsomely and to spend wildly in 2018.’ His ‘expenditures increased as his income increased,'” the indictment says.

“In 2018, the Defendant spent more than $1.8 million, including $722,000 in cash withdrawals, approximately $383,000 in payments to women, approximately $151,000 in clothing and accessories, approximately $78,000 in miscellaneous retail purchases and other payments,” the indictment details.

“The Defendant did not use any of these funds to pay his taxes in 2018.”

House Republican leaders are expected to vote on a measure to initiate an impeachment inquiry into President Biden over possible ties to his son’s business dealings.

The White House maintains that President Biden did nothing wrong and had no knowledge of his son’s business dealings.

Critics argue that Hunter is receiving preferential treatment compared to other Americans who serve prison time for committing the same crimes.

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