According to an NBC news report on Friday, a second laptop owned by Hunter Biden was seized by the Drug Enforcement Administration during a raid of the offices of a former celebrity psychologist.
According to the report, the laptop was recovered by the DEA in February when they served a search warrant at Keith Ablow’s office in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
Ablow wasn’t charged with any crime, but his medical license had been suspended by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine because of inappropriate sexual activity with patients. However, he denied the claims.
The NBC report also said that Biden was not the target of the search of the office, which is why the laptop was returned to his lawyer. It was unclear why the laptop was at Ablow’s office.
This revelation about a second laptop comes as rumors of Hunter Biden’s other laptop that was reportedly left at a Delaware computer shop is gaining more momentum. The first laptop ended up in former New York City Rudy Giuliani’s hands, personal attorney to President Donald Trump.
The New York Post’s report about the laptop and its contents — emails and evidence of other crimes — was blocked by both Facebook and Twitter on their platforms. Twitter claims that the authenticity of the story was unclear, which is why they blocked it.
However, on Friday, Twitter gave in and allowed the New York Post to have its Twitter account back.
In 2019, Hunter Biden had an interview with ABC News where he said that he would be joining his father on the campaign trail provided he did not become a burden to his campaign. As it turns out, he had not joined his father on the campaign trail.