More Details on Hunter’s International Investigation
As the investigation into Hunter Biden’s sketchy business dealings in Ukraine and China heats up, a bank has disclosed that the president’s beleaguered son made payment to an Eastern European prostitution ring!
Hunter’s payments to a Ukrainian woman linked to an Eastern European trafficking and prostitution ring were flagged by JP Morgan Chase in 2018 in a report filed with the federal government. According to the documents, prosecutors now have a case for federal prostitution against Hunter Biden.
Texts and videos show that Hunter Biden spent a whopping $30,000 on escorts and hookers over a five-month period. Many of these payments to escorts were linked to Russian email addresses of women who worked with a “model agency” called UberGFE between November 2018 and March 2019, according to reports by the Washington Examiner.
Following up on those reports from the Examiner, the Daily Mail now reports that JP Morgan Chase filed a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) in late 2018 in which it named an UberGFE escort Ekaterina Moreva, who lives in both Florida and New York, that received tens of thousands of dollars from Hunter’s company and other escorts with whom Hunter had sex with.
The SAR claims that Anna Dekhtiar, a “student” who lives in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, got $274,873 between November 2018 and March 2019 for “no clear, legitimate economic purpose.”
These shocking reports come just days after Hunter claimed to his family members that he was broke during that time, but he was able to make payments to the escorts thanks to his father committing to wiring him a total of $100,000 to help “pay his bills” from December 2018 through January 2019.
Additionally, texts from Hunter’s iPhone show him paying checks for escorts provided by Moreva, whose website advertises a “girlfriend experience” with prostitutes as young as 20 while passing them off as medical services. Just hours after receiving thousands of dollars from his father, Hunter made some of his hooker payments.
In addition to the money trail, there are apparently videos and photographs that show Hunter helping transport these prostitutes for a wild night with him, which may be a federal felony.
According to the SAR, eight senders, including Hunter’s business Owasco, PC, sent the money. Hunter appears to have employed two of the ladies mentioned as making the significant deposits into Dekhtiar’s account from text messages found on his now infamous laptop.
Some of the money was then transferred to Moreva, who helped Hunter have numerous sleazy nights with prostitutes. In Hunter’s text messages with Moreva, she directs him to the website UberGFE.com, which promotes “models” in the cities of Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Miami, Washington, DC, Chicago, London, and Paris who can provide clients with a “girlfriend experience.”
The women are portrayed in semi-naked or tiny underwear on the website.
Some of the women Hunter hired through Moreva have Ukrainian names, according to the website, which claims to have employees there. On its website, UberGFE claims to support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia and offers cryptocurrency addresses for users to donate to purported charity organizations.
According to the most recent reporting on these concerning claims, the NY Post has revealed that JP Morgan Chase filed a second SAR that raised concerns about payments Hunter made from his company, Owasco PC, to people who had connections to the ” adult entertainment industry and potential association with prostitution [or who] were listed in prior SAR filings related to human trafficking.”