Hunter Biden allegedly has a 10-month-old love child in Arkansas that he has failed to recognize as his own, the New York Post reported this week. Lunden Roberts, 28, wants a court to establish that the boy’s father is Joe Biden’s lawyer son and to compel him to pay child support. The two-page suit was filed in late May, two weeks after Hunter, 49, tied the knot with South African therapist Melissa Cohen. Hunter and Cohen, 32, had known each other only 10 days. The suit doesn’t say how long Roberts and Hunter were allegedly together. But the child was born last August while Hunter was dating Hallie Biden, the wife of his late brother, Beau, who died from brain cancer in 2015. Hallie and Hunter were an item from 2017 until this April.
Rapper Cardi B was charged with felony attempted assault, harassment, and other counts last week for her role in a 2018 brawl at a New York City strip club. Police said the fight erupted after the “Bodak Yellow” star accused a female bartender at the Angels of the World club of having an affair with her husband, Offset, a member of the rap trio Migos. Cardi B and members of her entourage allegedly threw bottles, chairs, and hookah pipes during the fracas. The rapper, who rejected a plea deal in April, performed at the BET Awards a day after being indicted. “I ain’t going to jail!” she chanted from the stage. “I ain’t going to jail!”
Former Disney star Bella Thorne defended her decision last week to release a batch of nude selfies after a money-seeking hacker stole the private photos from her phone. “I can sleep tonight better knowing I took my power back,” said Thorne, 21. Some social media users cheered the pre-emptive action, but The View host Whoopi Goldberg chastised the actress, saying, “If you’re famous, I don’t care how old you are. You don’t take nude pictures of yourself.” Thorne called Goldberg’s comments “sick and honestly disgusting,” adding, “So what, a girl can’t send her boyfriend that she misses photos of her that are sexy?… Is that what u want? I don’t.”