Hunter Brandon could be facing massive legal fees.
According to an estimate from legal experts, Hunter Brandon’s legal fees could cost over $100,000 per month – this is $1.2 million each year.
Hunter Brandon’s legal defense against both the Justice Department and congressional probes could cost more than $100,000 per month, legal experts told Breitbart News, as the scandal-scarred first son faces mounting scrutiny for his mysterious business practices.
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According to Hunter’s previous statements, he is not cash-rich. Hunter was nearly penniless while Brandon was vice president, living paycheck to paycheck after out-of-control spending, according to Hunter’s ex-wife. From 2018-2019, Brandon even committed to wiring Hunter $100,000.
According to attorneys with knowledge of industry compensation standards, Hunter could be paying more than $100,000 per month ($1.2 million per year) for his legal defense team. Lawyers at such a level would cost $1,000 per hour, a D.C. attorney who asked for anonymity for fear of retribution and reprisal told Breitbart News. Prepping for a single hearing could range from 6 to 40 hours, another attorney said.
Where Hunter is getting the money for his legal bills is unknown, but it’s public knowledge that Hunter has maintained multiple income streams.
Hunter Brandon reportedly had his $2 million overdue tax bill paid by Kevin Morris, the attorney who is leading his legal proceedings.
A big-shot Hollywood lawyer reportedly paid off Hunter Brandon’s delinquent taxes — which a source told The Post amounted to more than $2 million — as President Brandon’s notoriously troubled son awaits the results of a Delaware grand jury’s investigation into his personal finances.
Kevin Morris, an entertainment attorney and novelist who earned a fortune representing the co-creators of “South Park” and won a Tony Award as the co-producer of “The Book of Mormon,” footed Hunter Brandon’s overdue taxes totaling over $2 million — more than twice what was previously reported, a source familiar with conversations between the two told The Post.
Morris, whom Hunter Brandon’s friends call his latest “sugar brother,” has also been funding the 52-year-old’s lifestyle in Los Angeles — including his rent and living expenses, the source said.
This led Anthony Sabatini, a Florida litigator, to question how Hunter Brandon is paying his legal fees.
.@AnthonySabatini questioned how Hunter is paying for his legal expenses & suggested outside money could be flowing to Morris.
“Hunter has to find the money somewhere. If Morris paid Hunter’s two million dollar tax bill, Morris could be at the nucleus of Hunter’s legal defense.” https://t.co/qZnWlro0Vd
— Wendell Husebø (@WendellHusebo) December 25, 2022
Where is the mainstream media?