‘We’re at your door, open it’: How Secret Service swooped on Hunter after he accidentally paid Russian prostitute $25K after night at Chateau Marmont on account ‘linked to dad Joe Biden’, reveals laptop

  • Text messages and receipts obtained by the New York Post show that Hunter Biden may have accidentally spent his father’s money on an escort in 2018
  • The woman’s name was Yanna, an escort from Emerald Fantasy Girls
  • He had spent a number of nights in May, 2018 with the woman at Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont and owed her $8,000, according to the NY Post’s report
  • Receipts on his laptop obtained by the Post show, however, that transactions he thought had failed started going through, leading to overcharges of $25,000
  • Hunter would later get most of the money back, but he is soon contacted by someone identified as Robert Savage III, a former Secret Service agent
  • Texts between the two indicate that Savage is concerned about an account related to ‘Celtic’ a code name for Joe Biden when he was vice president
  • Joe Biden might have  paid for a series of wild nights his son Hunter had with a prostitute at Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont Hotel in 2018, according to text messages and receipts obtained from his laptop.It was late May that year when Hunter Biden ordered Yanna, an escort, who billed herself as ‘Russian, Green Eyes, Thin Brunette, an elite courtesan’ from his favorite site, Emerald Fantasy Girls, according to the files obtained by the New York Post from his 2017 Macbook Pro.‘Hi, My name is Rob. I’m staying at Chateau Marmont,’ he texts the woman, using his first name, Robert. ‘Are you available now?’During her days-long visit to the hotel, the two have sex, drink vodka and film porn while he smokes crack, according to the Post. At one point balances a line of M&Ms on his erect penis – all of it documented in files stored on the laptop.And messages saved on the laptop show Joe Biden might have inadvertently been the person actually paying the bill for the wild weekend, according to the messages obtained by the Post. 

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