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Hunter Biden’s Art Dealer Opting Not to Renew Contract: ‘I Want My Life Back’

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Georges Bergès, a New York art dealer, decided not to renew his contract with Hunter Biden, citing security concerns, death threats, and political assumptions.

Bergès disclosed that he made $1.5 million in sales of Hunter Biden’s artwork to 10 people, receiving a 40% commission.

Among the buyers was entertainment attorney Kevin Morris, who paid $875,000 for 11 paintings and provided gifts and loans to Hunter Biden.

“We’ve discussed extending it, at the moment I opted not to,” Bergès noted.

Partnering with Hunter “hasn’t been the best decision for me,” he added. “I never expected the whole security issue or the death threats and people assuming political affiliation, which was completely wrong.”

“It was a little bit more than I could chew… obviously I kind of wanted my life back. So I haven’t agreed to renew that contract now.”

Bergès mentioned that Hunter Biden knew the identities of 70% of the buyers, contradicting the White House’s statement.

Testimony from Bergès indicated that there was no contact with the White House about ethical guidelines, despite the White House’s public statements.

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