Hunter’s ‘Sugar Brother’ Caught

Hunter Biden

( – Hunter Biden’s lawyer and close friend Kevin Morris has been photographed allegedly taking drugs just as the scandalous first son was visiting him, a report reveals.

The attorney, often dubbed Hunter’s “sugar brother,” was smoking from a bong on the balcony of his luxury Los Angeles home last Thursday while Biden Junior was visiting him, according to photos published by The New York Post.

“Morris, a successful Hollywood-based lawyer, and major Democratic Party supporter, had no shame as he stood on the balcony of his posh Pacific Palisades digs to expertly inhale from the glass water pipe,” reads the Post’s vivid description of the scene.

The report adds that the 60-year-old lawyer’s smoke session was “in full view” from the publicly accessible street outside the house. He was photographed last Thursday.

The substance that was in Morris’s bong remains unknown, and it is noted that California legalized the use of marijuana for recreational purposes back in 2018.

Morris’ clients include Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey and the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone.

According to reports, the lawyer has become Hunter Biden’s fixer by loaning the latter $2 million, which the first son used last year to clear his delayed tax payments.

Among other things, Morris also gave Hunter Biden his private jet. The president’s son used the plane to fly from Washington, DC, to Arkansas for a court hearing in his child support case.

Hunter Biden arrived at Morris’ residence outside LA the same day the attorney was seen smoking a bong.

The first son was photographed being welcomed at the door by a blonde woman in a yellow dress.

Other photos from last Thursday show him leading the posh Nobu beachside restaurant in Malibu while wearing aviators and a camouflage baseball cap.

Hunter Biden’s visit to his lawyer’s home occurred on the same day that Republican US Senator Chuck Grassley made public the famous FBI informant file claiming that President Joe Biden and his son were bribed with $10 million by wanted pro-Russian Ukrainian oligarch Mykola Zlochevsky.

A day earlier, two IRS whistleblowers, Joe Ziegler and Gary Shapley, told three GOP-led House committees that the Biden administration’s Justice Department worked hard to prevent severe charges against the first son.