Hunter Biden’s iCloud account was allegedly accessed Saturday night, resulting in footage and images going viral.
Users of the 4chan message board said they hacked Hunter Biden’s personal iCloud account, according to the Washington Examiner, even though the source of the material has yet to be verified. Explicit material has been shared on a variety of social networking sites.
Biden is seen in videos smoking drugs during a beach walk and showering with a lady who refers to him as her “future baby daddy.”
Biden appears to be arguing about the quantity of drugs he had on him in a video that’s making the rounds. That clip just shows Biden’s face for a fraction of a second, but his position with a cigarette is consistent with previous media photos.
In yet another scenario, Biden appears to slip into a pool naked and swim up to a woman that is filming him. According to Daily News author Ronald Kessler in 2014, Hunter’s father, President Joe Biden, is likewise a fan of skinny dipping.
“Getting assigned to Joe Biden’s detail is regarded by the Secret Service as the second most undesirable duty,” Kessler tweeted.
In addition, the leak contains a number of text messages purported to be from Biden, which suggest that Hunter and his father own numerous weapons and that he stole more than $100,000 from his former spouse.
A contact in Hunter Biden’s phone, referred to as “Pedo Peter,” was posted on Twitter by Breitbart News reporter Wendell Husebo. According to another user, the contact card belongs to President Joe Biden because he previously utilized the name “Peter Henderson.”
GOP Florida congressional candidate Lavern Spicer is one of many verified social media users who now refers to the president as “Pedo Peter,” according to The Washington Post.
“You guys just wait. Now that Pedo Peter has been exposed, Hunter is about to be disowned. Joe will claim he’s back on the powder and send him into rehab even faster than Kim did Kanye,” Spicer added.
The moderators of 4chan responded to the leak by deleting a number of threads containing the material, according to The Washington Examiner.