Hunter Biden’s Exes Testify on Drug Use at Gun Trial

Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, was in court on Wednesday as his ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, and former romantic partner, Zoe Kestan, testified about his past drug use during his gun trial in Delaware.

Buhle revealed that she first learned about Biden’s drug use in 2015 and had found drug paraphernalia in his car on multiple occasions, even as recent as 2018. She also shared that she discovered a crack pipe on the side porch of their home in the summer of 2015. Although she had never witnessed Biden doing drugs personally, she found evidence of drug use, including on the side porch of their home and in his car.

Biden, who has struggled with drug addiction in the past, is facing felony charges for allegedly lying on a federal form about his drug use to purchase a gun in 2018 and unlawfully retaining the gun for 11 days. His defense attorney questioned Buhle about her direct observation of Biden using drugs, to which she responded that she had not witnessed it directly.

Kestan, another witness in the trial, stated that she met Biden in 2017 and described seeing him smoking something she assumed to be crack cocaine. She also testified that Biden would frequently smoke crack when they were together. Prosecutors have hinted at the possibility of calling another one of Biden’s exes, Hallie Biden, to testify following Kestan’s testimony.

The revelations from the trial shed light on Biden’s troubled past with drug addiction and raise further questions about his character and legal issues. Biden has pleaded not guilty to the charges, and his defense team continues to vigorously defend him in court.

As the trial continues, the spotlight on Biden’s personal struggles and legal troubles only adds to the ongoing scrutiny that comes with being the son of the current President. The outcome of the trial will undoubtedly have ramifications for both Biden and his family, as well as the broader political landscape.

Written by Staff Reports

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