The founder of a notorious Los Angeles sex club shared the details of the behavior that got “scumbag” Hunter Biden blacklisted.
SNCTM founder Damon Lawner told the New York Post the real reason he permanently banned the first son from his members-only sex club.
“[Hunter’s] a really bad guy — not a good person. He’s just not,” Lawner told the outlet.
He detailed that the former addict was kicked out after his one and only visit in 2018, when he showed up to the club “high as a kite and zonked out.”
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— Danny De Urbina (@dannydeurbina) June 23, 2023
The president’s son repeatedly violated SNCTM rules, including keystone commandment “always ask before you touch” female members.
“[He was] grabbing women’s a**es,” Lawner claimed about his conduct at the event.
“When I told Hunter he had to leave, that people were complaining about his behavior, he was belligerent and acted like a spoiled child,” he recalled. “But he did leave.”
At the time, Lawner, who sold SNCTM for $1 million in 2019, didn’t know Biden’s identity.
He didn’t figure it out who he kicked out of his former club until he saw drugged out images of Hunter smoking crack during the laptop leak.
The abstract artist flew under the club’s radar by attending with a mystery woman, who he said paid a $10,000 installment of membership fees that can be as high as $75,000 annually, through an unnamed LLC.
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— @amuse (@amuse) June 22, 2023
When Lawner pressed her for information about the guest she would be bringing, the woman would only tell him that his “name was Hunter and that he was a member of a prominent political family.”
He alleged that Hunter’s single visit prompted a November 2021 subpoena that resulted in him being contacted by the IRS about the $10,000 transaction.
An IRS investigator wanted to know details about how the membership was paid for, but Lawner told them he doesn’t keep payment records for the sake of keeping “club membership anonymous.”
After the questioning, the celebrity-frequented club founder was told that he was not allowed to talk about the case, as it was an ongoing investigation, but that he was not “in any trouble.”
He was never contacted by the agency in relation to the probe after their initial contact.
Lawner chose to speak out about the incident the same day Hunter agreed to a sweetheart plea bargain that will not see him serving any jail time for federal tax and firearm charges.
“Hunter was a member at Snctm and I canceled his membership after 1 party because he’s a scumbag,” he wrote in since-deleted post on Instagram the Los Angeles Times reported.
The social media commentary got Lawner permanently banned from the elite erotic club he created in 2013.
“Snctm, as a private members club, prioritizes the safety and privacy of our esteemed members above all,” a spokesperson said.
“Consequently, we neither confirm nor deny the identities of our attendees. Furthermore, we uphold a strict code of conduct, and any infringement leads to a lifetime ban. Please note that Mr. Lawner’s membership has been revoked, effective immediately.”
He’s not sorry about speaking out publicly after years of being muzzled because the probe into Hunter was active until the plea deal was accepted this week.
“I knew by posting what I did it would put me in some hot water,” Lawner commented. “But I had kept my mouth shut about Hunter for years because [it] was an ongoing case.”
“What I did on Instagram about Hunter was me letting people know that the type of behavior that he exhibited was something that upsets me.”
IRS whistleblowers told Congress that the DOJ covered up the tax fraud investigation and Biden appointees blocked charges against Hunter multiple times.
One of the informants, who has sought to remain anonymous, said the investigation spanned from 2014 to 2019, when Hunter and his associates pocketed $17.3 million from Ukraine, Romania and China.
While agency whistleblower Gary Shapley told Congress on Thursday that Delaware US Attorney David Weiss was prevented from pressing federal charges by Biden-picked US attorneys Martin Estrada and Matthew Graves.
Shapely testified that Tuesday’s misdemeanor reduced charges were against investigator recommended felonies, but Assistant US Attorney Lesley Wolf cited “no specific criminality” when dissuading them pursuing inquires to the president’s involvement.