Is Hunter Biden’s Lawyer Next?
As Hunter Biden prepares to plead guilty to two federal tax misdemeanors, attention is turning to his high-powered California attorney Kevin Morris — who was recently spotted reportedly smoking a bong on the balcony of his Malibu home.
Morris is a longtime Democrat donor who was best known for throwing money around in Hollywood — helping to broker a licensing deal for “South Park,” among other things. He has been connected to Hunter Biden since 2019 in what the New York Post called “more of a bromance than an attorney-client relationship.”
Morris was called Hunter’s Sugar Brother” in a report by the New York Post. He has allegedly acted as a “fixer” for the president’s son, in fact he may have assisted in marketing and selling some of his paintings and reportedly loaned him the money when he needed to pay back $2 million in federal tax debt.
His relationship with the president’s son could potentially get him into trouble with the California State Bar.
There was an accusation made in 2022 by Irish filmmaker Phelim McAleer — who claimed that Morris used false pretenses to infiltrate the set of his Hunter Biden exposé film “My Son Hunter.”
Morris and two others arrived on the film’s set in Serbia and claimed to be working on a documentary of their own. McAleer said he gave them access to the set and even allowed them to interview him and others connected with the project.
But later, upon learning that Morris was actually working as an “attorney and trusted advisor” for Hunter Biden, McAleer said certain instances began to make more sense.
“They seemed to never switch the camera off – now I know why. This was an information gathering exercise by a lawyer and his associates for their client,” he said of the trio that had come to the film set. “Now that I know of his representation of Hunter Biden, his questions while they were filming suddenly make a lot of sense. I thought he was just making a documentary but now it appears he was deceptively spying for his client Hunter Biden.”