Business isn’t the only thing that Hunter Biden likes to do in Ukraine. The president’s son has an affinity for Eastern European women, especially those who happen to be sex workers. Treasury documents reveal Hunter’s links to an Eastern European sex trafficking ring and falsified checks from his companies’ account to prostitutes likely present at his cocaine-fueled nights. Cockburn must give Hunter credit for killing two birds — business and pleasure — with the same Ukrainian stone.
According to Suspicious Activity Reports reviewed by the MailOnline, Hunter’s accounts were being monitored as early as December 2019, after financial crime investigators at Wells Fargo found payments from Hunter and his companies to the suspected Eastern European prostitution ring. Investigators identified $7 million of transactions to twenty-five individuals linked to the suspected ring.
Investigators said Hunter withdrew $105,492 in cash from his company Owasco and $263,978 from his personal accounts between February and November 2017 across nine states. He also made nine “peer-to-peer transfers” totaling $30,900, including to women linked to the trafficking ring.
Among Biden’s suspected flings is Ekaterina Pitula, a thirty-nine-year-old owner of a retail store in Irvine, California. Investigators found twenty-five cash deposits made by Pitula totaling $18,728.
The report also named New York-based madam Ekaterina Moreva, whom several outlets had connected to the president’s son in 2022. Hunter wrote checks disguised as medical services to escorts supplied by Moreva, writing in the memo line Blue Water Wellness, the rehab center he was checked into throughout 2018 and 2019.
Hunter spent $30,000 through Moreva’s service over five months. Rest assured, the money was going to a worthy cause. Moreva’s website says that it supports Ukraine in the war with Russia and provides cryptocurrency addresses for visitors to donate to alleged charitable funds. “UberGFE team is one of many companies that have staff in Ukraine,” the website says. “Our site was created by a team of talented developers from Kyiv who are now forced to hide in bomb shelters and save their families. This situation is very personal for us!” How heartening to see such consistency of policy objective between father and son.
Though Hunter would perhaps be more at ease in the comfort of the arms of a Ukrainian prostitute right now, he is set for a tough week ahead. The president’s son will be arraigned in court Tuesday on three counts related to illegal firearm possession and a falsified firearm application.
Hunter intends to plead not guilty. If convicted, he could face up to twenty-five years in prison and $750,000 in fine. Pundits are saying that Hunter, a nonviolent, first-time offender, will escape unscathed. When you’re the first son, the Hunter never becomes the hunted…