Hunter Biden Slaps Fox News With New Lawsuit

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( –  Hunter Biden has initiated a lawsuit against Fox News in the Supreme Court of New York, challenging a program that was initially available on Fox Nation but later removed.

Biden’s legal team argues that Fox News targeted him with the intent to “harass, annoy, alarm, and humiliate him, and tarnish his reputation.”

The lawsuit claims that Fox News “commercialized Mr. Biden’s personality” in a way that diverges from the usual dissemination of news or information. It asserts that the series manipulated facts, distorted the truth, presented events out of context, and created dialogue meant to entertain, despite including some true information.

Furthermore, the lawsuit alleges that the miniseries “unlawfully published numerous intimate images (both still and video) of Mr. Biden, including nude depictions and images showing intimate parts and sexual acts.”

In April, Biden’s attorneys first warned Fox News of their intent to sue, prompting the network to remove the series from its streaming service. At that time, Fox News stated that the program had been available since 2022 and was taken down “out of an abundance of caution.”

In response to the lawsuit, Fox News labeled it “entirely politically motivated and devoid of merit.” They emphasized that the complaint concerns a 2022 streaming program that Biden did not address until April 2024. The network noted that the program was removed shortly after receiving a letter from Biden’s attorneys, citing their cautious approach. Fox News also highlighted that Hunter Biden, being a public figure involved in multiple investigations and a convicted felon, has been the subject of their accurate and newsworthy coverage, which they assert is protected by the First Amendment. The network expressed confidence in defending their rights in court.

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