Hunter Biden’s Exes Deliver Damning Testimony

( – Hunter Biden’s gun trial has just gotten beyond embarrassing for the first family as two of the scandalous first son’s exes exposed damning details about his drug abuse in their testimonies.

At the federal gun trial of Hunter Biden on Wednesday, his former wife testified that although Hunter’s demeanor was altered during his crack cocaine use, he remained functional.

Concurrently, a past girlfriend characterized him as an addict who maintained a semblance of normalcy, using the drug as frequently as every twenty minutes, The New York Post reports.

These testimonies from Kathleen Buhle and Zoe Kestan challenge the defense’s argument that Hunter was not relapsing into drug use when he purchased a .38-caliber revolver on October 12, 2018, asserting instead that he was too composed.

Kathleen Buhle, who was married to Hunter Biden from 1993 until 2017, testified for approximately 25 minutes, sharing her initial realization of Hunter’s addiction.

“I found a crack pipe on July 3, 2015, in an ashtray on the side porch of our home. I went looking for my husband and asked him what it was. He said it was a crack pipe. He acknowledged smoking crack,” Buhle said.

“I was worried, scared. He was not himself. He was angry, short-tempered, acting in ways he hadn’t when he was sober,” she added, cited by Politico.

Throughout their marriage and even after their divorce in 2019, Buhle vigilantly inspected their family vehicle for any signs of drugs to protect their three daughters and avoid legal complications.

Despite these challenges, she observed that Hunter was able to maintain his work and social interactions, though she could sometimes perceive when he was under the influence, a fact he tried to conceal.

Zoe Kestan, testifying under immunity, recounted meeting Hunter in December 2017 at a gentlemen’s club in Manhattan and described their subsequent encounters, including a five-day stay at the Soho Grand Hotel where Hunter frequently smoked crack.

Despite her role as a distraction which slightly moderated his usage, she observed his adeptness at maintaining a façade of normality while high, which she found perplexing.

Kestan also detailed the financial transactions Hunter engaged in to sustain his drug habit, including using his bank account to facilitate cash withdrawals for drug purchases.

“I thought to myself, ‘It’s crazy his demeanor doesn’t seem to be changing.’ I never saw an immediate change in his behavior, which really confused me,” Kestan said.

In a poignant reflection on their time together, Kestan mentioned Hunter’s continued drug use despite attempting alternative treatments like Kambo therapy and later, ketamine therapy, which were unsuccessful.

The trial proceedings included testimony from Gordon Cleveland, a salesperson at StarQuest Shooters & Survival, where Hunter purchased the gun.

Prosecutor Derek Hines and Cleveland demonstrated the purchase process to the jury, with Cleveland affirming his assistance to Hunter but clarifying that Hunter had denied illegal drug use on the application form. This countered the defense’s suggestion of tampering with the form post-submission.

The trial is set to continue with further testimonies, including from Hallie Biden, Hunter’s former partner and widow of his late brother Beau.

Hunter Biden jokingly commented on his involvement in his legal matters as he left the court, indicating his personal handling of the case.

“I’m doing my own paperwork. I’m taking the case myself,” he said to his wife Melissa Cohen Biden as he was holding papers and his memoir book “Beautiful Things.”

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