Hunter Claims ‘Humiliation and Mental Anguish’

( – Claiming he is suffering from “severe emotional distress, humiliation, and mental anguish” due to “The Trial Of Hunter Biden” program, Hunter Biden has sued Fox News.

The lawsuit alleged that Fox News targeted Hunter “in an effort to harass, annoy, alarm, and humiliate him, and tarnish his reputation” as the issue centered around a Fox Nation mockumentary series, “The Trial Of Hunter Biden,” a 2022 fictional depiction of “how a possible Hunter Biden trial might look.”

The complaint also argued against the documentary’s portrayal of potential criminal cases against Hunter for violating the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) and bribery, neither of which have been charged against him by prosecutors.

In April, Hunter’s legal team threatened legal action, demanding Fox immediately remove the series. Fox ultimately complied.

The media outlet said in a statement:

“This entirely politically motivated lawsuit is devoid of merit. The core complaint stems from a 2022 streaming program that Mr. Biden did not complain about until sending a letter in late April 2024. The program was removed within days of the letter, in an abundance of caution, but Hunter Biden is a public figure who has been the subject of multiple investigations and is now a convicted felon…”

Despite Fox removing the series, Hunter’s lawyers have proceeded with the lawsuit, claiming promotional material from the series remains widely available.

“For instance, one such reel posted on Fox Nation’s Facebook page on October 18, 2022, has 3,400 views and is still accessible as of the date of this filing,” the complaint stated.

Moreover, the lawsuit also alleged that the network unlawfully published nude images of him, which Biden’s legal team says were “hacked, stolen and/or manipulated.”

Despite this claim, numerous media outlets and law enforcement agencies have confirmed the authenticity of the contents on Biden’s laptop.

During Hunter Biden’s trial for gun charges in Delaware, prosecutors entered the laptop into evidence.

When a prosecutor asked FBI agent Erika Jensen if she had seen any evidence suggesting the laptop contents were manipulated, Jensen answered, “No.”

Special counsel David Weiss also stated that the idea the laptop contents were inauthentic was a “conspiracy theory with no supporting evidence.”

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