Hunter Biden was indicted on nine tax-related charges

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The Biden Justice Department spent years protecting Hunter Biden.

Those cover-ups failed.

And Hunter Biden is looking at jail time after this bad news dropped.

Hunter Biden, the scandal-ridden son of President Joe Biden, is facing nine new tax-related criminal charges.

A federal grand jury in California indicted Hunter Biden for evading to pay $1.4 million dollars in taxes.

He faces a maximum sentence of 17 years in federal prison.

“If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 17 years in prison,” the Department of Justice wrote regarding the tax indictment. “Actual sentences for federal crimes are typically less than the maximum penalties. A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after taking into account the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.”

The indictment claims Hunter Biden was paid $7 million dollars over a four-year period between 2016 through 2019, mostly from lucrative foreign business deals.

“At times relevant to this Indictment, the Defendant served on the board of a Ukrainian industrial conglomerate and a Chinese private equity fund. He negotiated and executed contracts and agreements for business and legal services that paid millions of dollars of compensation to him and/or his domestic corporations, Owasco, PC and Owasco, LLC,” the indictment reads.

Prosecutors say Hunter spent hundreds of thousands on “constant partying,” totaling a breathtaking $872,000 for prostitutes, porn, and sex clubs.

One of Hunter’s biggest expenses was under “Payments – Various Women,” which totaled $683,212 over the four-year timespan. “Adult entertainment” also accounted for $188,960 of Hunter’s expenses according to the indictment.

He also he withdrew $1.6 million from cash machines.

The indictment states money was spent on “drugs, escorts and girlfriends, luxury hotels and rental properties, exotic cars, clothing, and other items of a personal nature, in short, everything but his taxes.”

The House Oversight Committee also highlighted the fact this new indictment likely wouldn’t have happened if it hadn’t been for the IRS whistleblowers exposing the Biden administration’s “political interference” in the probe.

Hunter had been all set to take a sweetheart plea deal that would’ve allowed him to avoid jail. However, the deal fell apart after the judge, who was aware of the IRS whistleblower claims, decided the deal seemed too “unusual” for her to accept.

“This would not have been possible without the two brave IRS whistleblowers, Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, blowing the whistle,” the committee posted on X. “Americans should applaud these men for their courage to expose the truth.”