Kathleen Buhle, Hunter Biden's ex-wife, will speak up about her tumultuous 24-year marriage to the infamous first son in an interview on Tuesday morning.

The publishers released Buhle's book, "If We Break: A Memoir of Marriage, Addiction, and Healing," ahead of the interview. After 24 years of marriage, Buhle and Hunter Biden divorced in 2017.

"This is not a story about who is right and who is wrong. This is my journey," Buhle stated in a clip from a Sunday appearance with ABC's "Good Morning America."

Buhle shared several secrets in the book. These include Hunter Biden's drug addiction, how Buhle forced him out of their house after discovering a crack pipe, his adulterous affairs, and being a member of the Biden family.

She claims that the affair between her then-husband and Hallie Biden began shortly after Beau's death from brain cancer in May 2015, according to an excerpt from the book released earlier this month.

Buhle, who is married to Hunter Biden and has three children, said she found out about the affair after their children discovered text messages between their father and Hallie on his phone.

According to the New York Post, she received the kind of call that twists every parent's heart when a tearful Finnegan called in during an appointment with their family therapist, Debbie, in November 2016.

Buhle's book also mentioned that the said ex-wife kicked Hunter out of their house in the summer of 2015 after discovering a crack joint in their ashtray.

She uncovered his involvement with his brother's widow in November 2016 during a family therapy session with her kids.

Her alleged threat to Hunter that she would reveal embarrassing photographs of him unless he signed a divorce agreement paying her $37,000 a month in exchange for her silence is not referenced.

According to Daily Mail, the alleged threat was located on Hunter Biden's famed missing laptop. In the same report, citing a People Magazine report, Hunter allegedly never paid Buhle's alimony.

Hunter was having an affair with Hallie, the wife of his late brother Beau, while their violent divorce was still going on.

The letter from Hunter's lawyer, per the said Daily Mail report, accused Buhle of relying on Joe Biden to financially support his child to collect alimony, and even discussing it with the former Vice President.

She further claims that despite being married to Hunter during his father's time as Vice President, she was not protected by the Secret Service.

Kathleen recalled a 2009 meeting in which an agent explained how Hunter and the kids would be assigned to a detail. They have two agents on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

On the other side, Kathlene Buhle can only be picked up and added to any emergency plan. She expressed her embarrassment and wondered whether she was less important than her husband and daughters.

However, she described her relationship with Joe Biden as friendly, claiming that when they first met, he put his hands on her cheeks and looked her in the eyes, his nose almost brushing hers.

Joe Biden referred to Kathleen Buhle as his daughter wherever they went, and he depicted his relationship with the family as a sun around which they all revolved.

Kathleen Buhle claimed the weight of her divorce influenced her friendship with President Barack Obama and First Lady Dr. Jill Biden, even after five years.

Hunter has since remarried and is now the father of Beau Jr., who is two years old, according to Kathleen Buhle.

According to The Sun, she is working on her charity women's club, The House at 1229, and claims that she appreciates being financially independent because Hunter Biden does not give her alimony.

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WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 20: Hunter Biden and his wife Kathleen arrive at the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 20, 2021 in Washington, DC. During today's inauguration ceremony Joe Biden becomes the 46th president of the United States. Erin Schaff-Pool/Getty Images

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