Hunter Biden sues laptop repairman for invasion
Hunter Biden has sued the owner of the Wilmington computer repair store for invasion of privacy, after he turned over the contents of Biden’s laptop to allies of former President Donald Trump.
John Paul Mac Isaac had previously sued Biden, but in a counterclaim filed Friday morning in U.S. District Court in Delaware, lawyers for the first son said the shopkeeper had no legal right to copy and distribute private information.
The suit comes after Mac Isaac sued Biden last year, charging he had been defamed by the first son’s claims that that the repair shop owner had illegally accessed his data.
Mac Isaac contends that Biden abandoned the laptop at the Wilmington shop, and thus it became his property.
The laptop’s contents have become an embarrassment for President Joe Biden’s White House, with images and videos showing Hunter Biden using drugs and having sexual romps.
The contents have also piqued the interest of Republican Congressional investigators, who are looking into Hunter Biden’s foreign business deals with partners in Ukraine and China.
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