Hunter Biden’s legal woes continue to mount.
Yesterday, a California grand jury voted to indict the president’s son on nine criminal tax charges in what is the second indictment brought by special counsel David Weiss. Hunter pleaded not guilty to federal gun charges in October.
Hunter now faces three felony charges for tax evasion and filing a false return. This is in addition to six misdemeanor charges for failing to pay over a million dollars in taxes from 2016 to 2019.
Court filings reveal that between 2016 and 2020 Hunter made $7 million, which prosecutors say he spent on “everything but his taxes” including drugs, prostitutes, and luxury hotels.
Hunter could face up to 17 years in prison if convicted on the charges, which came as he’s scheduled to give a deposition on his foreign business dealings to the House Oversight Committee next week.