The daughter of America’s Vice President, Joe Biden, is said to be a coke addict. A “friend” is shopping a video of Ashley Biden snorting coke.
The clip the source is shopping was captured at a house party earlier this month in Delaware. The incriminating drug video is being shopped to anyone with deep pockets by a male “friend” of Ashley’s. A total of 90 seconds of footage of the alleged VP’s daughter snorting blow. The seller insists the she knew she was being filmed and has currently set the price tag at $400,000.
Via NY Post:
“The video, which the shooter initially hoped to sell for $2 million before scaling back his price to $400,000, shows a 20-something woman with light skin and long brown hair taking a red straw from her mouth, bending over a desk, inserting the straw into her nostril and snorting lines of white powder.”
“She then stands up and begins talking with other people in the room. A young man looks on from behind her, facing the camera. The lawyers said he was Ashley’s boyfriend of a few years.”
This anonymous male shopping the tape has armed himself with two attorneys. He let The Post view the tape, but the media outlet refused to buy it. This is the second tape he has tried to sell of Biden’s daughter. He claims to have had a second clip of her snorting at a party in August of last year, but failed to find a buyer. So far he has reportedly entertained 2 offers that hover in the $225,000 range.
This isn’t the first time she has faced a drug issue. In September of 1999 she was arrested for possession of marijuana. A friend bailed her out of jail and blabbed about it.
“Nat Berman, who attended Tulane with Biden, said she called him in Sept. 1999 to tell him she was coming over to his home. She called an hour later, he said, asking for him to bail her out of jail after she was arrested on possession of marijuana charges. New Orleans court records show Biden was arrested — but not convicted — on the aforementioned charges.”
He might as well put it in the discount bin at Big Lots. It will be old news by tomorrow.
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