Stripper ‘used sex toy on Hunter Biden in Larry Flynt’s New York Hustler Club after he sent worker out to buy one’
UNDER-fire Hunter Biden asked a strip joint worker to pop out and buy him a sex toy that strippers then used on him at an x-rated New York club, say reports.
The shocking claims came after Biden was accused of frequenting strip clubs where he met erotic dancer Lunden Roberts - now suing him over the paternity of her child.
Lunden Roberts claims that Hunter is the father of her child and has filed a paternity suit Credit: MySpace
Roberts - who uses the stage name Dallas - has been demanding for months that Hunter take a test to prove he is the father of her baby, despite his denials.
Court papers filed in Independence County state: 'The DNA testing has established with scientific certainty that (Hunter) is the father of the plaintiff's child.'
Hunter is not expected to challenge the results, according to legal documents seen in the US.
Biden allegedly visited Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club NYC in Manhattan twice about a year ago, where he spent several thousand dollars.
On one occasion the son of former Vice President Joe Biden is said to have sent an employee out to buy a dildo for strippers to use on him, according to a Page Six report.
Both times he and his companion holed up in a private room, where they ordered bottles of expensive booze and were joined by several strippers, sources said.
It's claimed a strip club worker was sent out to purchase a dildo for Biden Jnr Credit: Google Street View
Hunter Biden pictured with his dad, former vice president Joe Biden Credit: Getty - Contributor
One night, a worker had to be sent out to purchase the sex toy so the girls could use it on the leading politician's son, sources claim.
Despite the lurid allegations, Hunter was described as an almost-ideal customer by those that work there.
“He was a pretty nice guy,” one source said. “He was pretty friendly and a pretty good tipper.”
Hunter’s personal lawyer and spokesman, George Mesires, didn’t return messages seeking comment over the outrageous claims.
On Wednesday we reported how Hunter had been accused of smoking crack inside another strip joint.
Staff at Archibald's Gentlemen's Club in Washington DC claims Hunter, who has spent time in rehab centres for drug addiction, called him a "regular."
The New York Post reported that the 49-year-old spent "thousands of dollars" during multiple visits at the same time he held a seat on the board of a Ukrainian natural-gas company.
Hunter has admitted to spending six stints in a rehab centre for alcohol and drug addictions, with one visit coming after a crack binge in 2016 Credit: Instagram
Multiple members of staff claim to have seen Biden, with two bartenders and a security worker all recognising his photo, with one identifying him by name.
Ranko Petrovic said Hunter, whose dad is the leading democrat election hopeful would often be found in a VIP room and would drink during his visits.
Hunter has admitted to spending six stints in a rehab centre for alcohol and drug addictions, with one visit coming after a crack binge in 2016.
James Ritter, Archibald's managing partner, said that on one occasion in 2018 staff thought they could smell "burning Styrofoam.
He told Page Six : "There was a smell of burning Styrofoam in the VIP room. We told him that nothing illegal can go on here.
"We didn't see anything illegal. After he was spoken to, the smell stopped.
"VIP employees suspected it was crack," he added.
Hunter has also been accused of spending "thousands of dollars", paying on credit cards that "didn't have his name on it."
The club insisted that they require customers to use credit cards that matched official IDs but admitted that "Hunter was a bit of an exception," James said.
At the time of the incident, Hunter was a board member of gas company Burisma, which reportedly paid him as much as $50,000 a month.
In a piece in the New Yorker, it was claimed that Hunter has never been open about the work he has done with the company but he attended board meetings in Europe "once or twice a year."
In an interview with ABC News last month, Hunter denied a suggestion that he wasn’t qualified because he “didn’t have any extensive knowledge about natural gas or Ukraine.”
“No, but I think I had as much knowledge as anybody else who was on the board — if not more,” he said.
Hunter admitted to the publication that during his 2016 drug binge in Los Angeles, he bought crack at a homeless encampment after not sleeping for several days.
He then checked into a Grace Grove Lifestyle Centre in Sedona, Arizona, but left after a week and headed to a nearby spa.