Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, was ordered by Judge Don McSpadden of Arkansas to present the financial records of the Ukrainian company in which he worked.
In particular, he must say how much he earned as part of the board of Burisma Holdings, according to Daily Mail.
Judge McSpadden clarified that his best interest is the welfare of Hunter’s alleged 16-month-old child, for whom the mother is claiming a child support fee and $11,000 in compensation for legal expenses.
Biden said he cannot help to raise his baby.
Lunden Roberts, the 28-year-old mother, will have to reveal how much she earned in tips at Mpire’s strip club in Washington, D.C., where she met Hunter, 49.
“I anticipate paternity as well as custody, support, and visitation being established at our next hearing,” the judge announced.
“I will do what I believe is in the best interest of the child,” he added. He is expected to decide the case at the hearing on Jan. 7. The baby’s sex has not yet been revealed.
Biden worked at Burisma from April 2014 to April 2019, and claimed to earn $50,000 a month. McSpadden requested information for the past five years.
Hunter Biden is also involved in the controversial impeachment of President Donald Trump.
He was appointed to Burisma’s board of directors when his father served as vice president, with no experience or knowledge in the field of energy.
Hunter Biden’s business in Ukraine caused concern to George Kent, deputy assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, who alerted President Obama’s administration in 2015 about possible conflicts of interest, but he was ignored.
Kent testified before Congress Oct. 15 about the activities of then-Vice President Joe Biden’s son, according to The Washington Post.