Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop continues to provide insights into his life.
The newest revelation, according to the New York Post, is an email that shows Hunter Biden pleading with Hallie Biden, the widow of his deceased brother’s wife with whom he had an affair, to get an HIV test.
The subject of the email that Hunter sent to Hallie is “YOU NEED TO GET TESTED FOR HIV HALLIE.” Hunter sent the email on July 27, 2018, which was towards the end of Hunter and Hallie’s affair and a month before Lunden Roberts, a former stripper, had Hunter’s child.
“You need to inform me of the result. TODAY,” Hunter wrote.
He continued: “I am getting tested today. I have been sick scared Hallie and you Han g [sic] up on me. The love you give is so disturbing.”
In the email, Hunter went on to chastise Haily for keeping Natalie, his niece, away from him.” Then, he turned his attention to Hallie herself, writing:
Youre not clean or sober hallie you’ve found a new release for your poisoned mind. I two t [sic] take it anymore you need serious long term professional help and I hope you get it. I promise I will try my best to make that happen. I love you hHallie even when youre cruel.
Hunter concluded the email with “GET TESTED AND TELL ME RESULTS Today.”
The specifics of Hunter and Hallie’s affair were detailed by Hunter in his 2021 memoir.
There, Hunter revealed that he began a relationship with Hallie in 2016, about a year after his brother, Beau Biden, died of brain cancer. He also revealed how, in 2017, he convinced his father, Joe Biden, to publicly approve of the affair, which the elder Biden did.
While this was all going on, Hunter was still married to Kathleen Buhle, although the two had been separated when the affair began. Hunter and Buhle would officially divorce in April 2017.
Hunter, though, didn’t stop with Hallie. While he was still with Hallie, he began two more sexual relationships: one, as stated, with Lunden Roberts, and another with Elizabeth Secundy, Hallie’s older sister.
Hunter and Hallie would end up calling it quits by December 2018.