Hunter Biden Sues Giuliani Over Infamous Laptop

On Tuesday, Hunter Biden filed a complaint against former President Trump counsel Rudy Giuliani, claiming that Giuliani had breached his privacy by leaking information from his laptop.

According to Biden’s complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Giuliani is “mainly responsible” for the “complete annihilation” of his online privacy. Fox News has learned that it lists former federal prosecutors and Giuliani attorney Robert Costello as defendants.

Biden’s legal team, in its complaint, said the defendants have spent countless hours, days, weeks, months, and years obsessing over data stolen from Plaintiff’s device and storage platform, including what was claimed to be found on Plaintiff’s alleged ‘laptop.’

Since their release by the New York Post in 2020, the images, movies, emails, and other data on this “external drive” have put Biden at legal risk and generated political headaches for his father, President Biden.

Giuliani and Costello have come clean about their 2019 acquisition of data from a hard drive device that former Vice President Joe Biden’s son is said to have abandoned in a Delaware computer repair shop. In October 2020, the Post ran a report based on emails from Hunter Biden, who had been appointed board member for a Ukrainian energy company and paid for “expertise” he did not have. The emails suggested that President Biden was involved in the deal.

Previously, Hunter Biden had denied being the owner of the laptop. Since the laptop included “sordid material and potential proof of crimes,” Giuliani advisor Ted Goodman was not startled by the bogus claim that the mayor had tampered with the device.

On the grounds that he used his influence as vice president to prevent Ukrainian prosecutors from investigating the company where his son worked, Republicans in the House have begun an impeachment investigation on President Biden. Further inquiry by Republicans has led to the allegation that the president was involved in commercial agreements brokered by his son Hunter.