Hunter Biden, the son of United States President Joe Biden, was kicked out of a private sex club for inappropriate behavior toward women and behaving poorly.
Speaking with the NY Post, the founder of the SNCTM sex club, Damon Lawner said Hunter Biden was ejected from the club for “gr*bbing women’s a**es” and acting “like a spoiled child.”
Lawner described the president’s son as “a really bad guy” and stated that he is not a good person. Membership at the SNCTM sex club can cost as much as $75,000 per year.
He also revealed that Hunter Biden’s $10,000 payment to the club resulted in him receiving a subpoena from the IRS (Internal Revenue Service).
The payment was reportedly made in 2018 through an LLC that concealed Hunter’s name and was facilitated by a mystery woman who accompanied him to the club.
Lawner said that he was later informed of a probe by the IRS criminal division which asked him “about book-keeping and records.”
He decided to disclose Hunter Biden’s membership at the sex club following Hunter’s recent plea deal in an income tax and gun case, which concluded a five-year federal investigation.
The $10,000 payment made by Hunter through the mystery woman in 2018 prompted Lawner to reveal his membership.
Lawner explained that the woman had applied for membership in the sex club, informing him that she would be accompanied by a man named Hunter, who belonged to a prominent political family.
During Hunter’s sole visit to the club, he reportedly violated the club’s rules by behaving rudely towards female members, including “grabbing women’s asses.”
Lawner had to ask Hunter to leave and subsequently banned him from future events. One of the club rules emphasized obtaining consent before any physical contact.
One of the club rules at SNCTM was “always ask before you touch,” Lawner said. “When I told Hunter he had to leave, that people were complaining about his behavior, he was belligerent and acted like a spoiled child. But he did leave.”
Lawner admitted that he was initially unaware of Hunter’s identity or his prominent family connection.
It was only after The Washington Post published a story about Hunter’s laptop, which contained explicit photos and evidence of his involvement with drugs and prostitutes, that Lawner recognized Hunter as the individual who had been banned from the club.
Following Hunter Biden’s plea deal, Lawner took to Instagram to reveal Hunter’s brief membership at SNCTM and expressed his disapproval, referring to him as a “scumbag.”
“Hunter was a member of SNCTM and I cancelled his membership after 1 party because he’s a scumbag,” he wrote in the since deleted post.
Lawner sold the club before the pandemic and is currently involved in opening a sensual-themed upscale restaurant in Los Angeles and promoting a new marijuana brand called Sex Weed, which he claims enhances lovemaking.
When the new owner of SNCTM saw Lawner’s posting about Biden, he declared that Lawner had violated the club’s policy of revealing the names of members.
Lawner acknowledged that his Instagram post about Hunter’s behavior was a means of expressing his discontent with the inappropriate conduct exhibited by Hunter at the club.
“What I did on Instagram about Hunter was me letting people know that the type of behavior that he exhibited was something that upsets me,” Lawner told The Post.
“I knew by posting what I did it would put me in some hot water. But I had kept my mouth shut about Hunter for years because [the DOJ probe] was an ongoing case.
“The new owner of the club and I were texting back and forth … and I said: ‘Listen, he came into the club and he was acting terribly and making people feel uncomfortable. It was one party and I kicked him out and told him not to come back.’”
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