Hunter Caught With Notorious Hollywood Lib

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( – Maybe looking for tips on a documentary to paint himself as a martyr, currently indicted Hunter Biden was seen having a conversation with liberal Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn.

This meeting outside the Malibu chapter of Soho House comes after other previous private gatherings at their Southern California homes.

This happens at the same time as reports revealed that Hunter’s friend, Kevin Morris, is financing a documentary detailing Hunter’s current troubles, including his legal battles, his art ventures, his role as a father and his life as a sober adult.

63-year-old Penn stepped out of his car with a cigarette in his mouth to meet 54-year-old Hunter at the exclusive club, where membership fees can cost up to $10,000 annually.

Dressed casually in light jackets and jeans, the two were photographed smiling on the club’s terrace at Little Beach House Malibu.

This is not the first time Penn and Hunter have crossed paths. In December 2022, both attended the Kennedy Center Honors events in Washington, D.C.

Emails retrieved from Hunter’s infamous abandoned laptop reveal that his business associates had once reached out to Penn to partner up on initiatives for clean drinking water in Haiti after the catastrophic 2010 earthquake.

In an email from May 2010, Hunter’s then-business partner Eric Schwerin mentioned plans to involve Hunter more directly in Haiti following a Capitol Hill hearing with Penn.

“Guys – great hearing on Haiti today – I sat next to Sean Penn. [Then-Sen. Ted] Kaufman asked point blank questions about clean water and the answers were somewhat predictable,” Schwerin wrote.

Another email from October 2010 discussed efforts to address the cholera outbreak in Haiti by treating contaminated drinking water.

Lobbyist Doug Davenport informed Hunter and Schwerin, “I know that you know all about this situation in Haiti. We have made contact with Sean Penn’s people and are working through that process.”

Meanwhile, Hunter’s legal challenges continue to pile up. Just this week, the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals denied a request to delay his upcoming trial on three gun-related felonies.

His legal team is also appealing a separate criminal case in Los Angeles involving three felonies and six misdemeanors related to tax fraud.

Hunter is set to face trial on June 3 for the firearms charges and on June 20 for the tax-related charges.

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