Kathleen Buhle's Shocking Memoir: Cheating, Drug Abuse Of Hunter Biden Destroyed Their Marriage
Hunter Biden’s ex-wife Kathleen Buhle is about to break her silence on how the son of the U.S. President destroyed their marriage in her new memoir that will detail Hunter's drug addiction and his involvement with Beau's wife.
According to People magazine, Buhle will release her memoir in June detailing the breakdown of their 24-year marriage, revealing more humiliating information about the first family.
She has authored a book called "If We Break: A Memoir of Marriage, Addiction and Healing." Hunter Biden spurred by a cocaine and alcohol problem, wasted the couple's money on drugs, drink, strippers, and prostitutes and had an affair with his late brother Beau's wife Hallie, according to the book.
The Upcoming Memoir
After discovering his relationship with his brother's widow, Buhle accused Hunter of having an affair, being 'emotionally abusive,' and taking Viagra, according to emails acquired by DailyMail.com. Before he found out that he was having an affair with his sister-in-law Hallie, she attempted for years to help him overcome his addiction to crack cocaine and alcohol.
Hunter Biden, on the other hand, was rumored to have been having an affair with Hallie for six weeks, with now-President Joe Biden only learning about it when the newspaper's gossip department, Page Six, reached out for comment. Hunter Biden subsequently revealed in an interview with The New Yorker that he pleaded with his father to issue a statement endorsing the move.
Buhle discovered the affair when she discovered texts between the two lovers, as stated in Hunter Biden's memoir, 'Beautiful Things.' According to a source, Buhle "worked for years to assist Hunter Biden fight his addiction to crack cocaine and drinking." But then she discovered he was having an affair with his brother's wife. "He was a sicko," she remarked.
Naomi, Finnegan, and Maisy are the couple's three daughters. Hunter Biden and ex-stripper Lunden Roberts had a kid out of wedlock. Hunter Biden married Melissa Cohen in 2019 after they dated for a short time. Beau Biden, the couple's first child, was born in the spring of 2020.
"I Lost My Sense of Who I Was"
"When my marriage ended, I felt like I'd lost my sense of who I was," said Buhle, as per PEOPLE magazine. "Anyone who has seen addiction ruin a relationship, or been through infidelity and divorce, can tell you how devastating it feels. But what I also realized through those crushing experiences is that I needed to find a way to stand on my own."
Buhle was dating again by spring 2019, and she was relying heavily on her friend, former First Lady Michelle Obama. "You guys are irrationally terrified of Kathleen," Hunter Biden said to his father in a text message in March 2019, reported Daily Mail.
According to Page Six, Buhle said in legal filings filed in a Washington, D.C. Superior Court on Feb. 23, 2017, that Biden had spent money on prostitutes, drugs, and booze. Biden stated that he was intimately connected with his late brother Beau's wife, Hallie, before the couple formalized their divorce in April 2017.
Penguin Random House, Buhle's publisher, said the book discusses how Hunter's ex-wife went from "working-class beginnings" to "losing her maiden name and a part of herself in becoming Kathleen Biden," as well as how she rediscovered a "feeling of identity, purpose, and pleasure" at the end of her marriage.
In his memoir Beautiful Things, Biden also discusses his drug addiction, divorce, and dealing with the loss of his brother Beau. The book was released on April 6 and sold 10,638 copies in its first week, placing it at No. 12 on the list of best-selling hardback nonfiction in the United States.
Biden, aged 51, married Melissa Cohen, a South African divorced filmmaker, in a private ceremony on May 19, 2019. On March 28, 2020, the couple had their first child, a boy. Biden is the father of five children, one of whom was born in 2018 with an Arkansas lady. In 2020, Biden decided to pay the former adult club dancer child support after a legal struggle, Washington Examiner reported.