According to the lawyer for Hunter Biden’s three-year-old daughter, Hunter Biden is expected to be indicted soon for tax fraud.

Atty. Clint Lancaster spoke to CNBC and made the revelation, confirming that his client, Lunden Roberts testified in Delaware before a federal grand jury about the probe on the 52-year-old.

“I expect him to be indicted,” Lancaster said. “Just based on what I saw in his financial records, I would be surprised if he’s not indicted.”

It was also added that Roberts had allegedly handed over “a significant amount of Hunter’s financial records” to federal prosecutors after being subpoenaed last month. He pointed out that all these were in electronic form.

“They’re all in electronic form,” Lancaster said. “I would estimate it was anywhere from 10 gigs of data.”

In February, Roberts appeared before a grand jury and was spotted outside the courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware. She declined to speak with a reporter as she was set to leave on the said day.

Roberts is a former stripper from Arkansas and was allegedly once on Hunter’s payroll. She sued the president’s son for child support in 2020.

A settlement between the two was agreed upon even though Hunter Biden never met the three-year-old Navy Joan.

The federal investigation into Hunter Biden’s alleged tax fraud began in 2014 and dovetailed with a probe into his overseas business affairs as his father ran for president.

In 2020 in a report from the Post, Hunter Biden allegedly leveraged then-Vice President Joe Biden’s political clout to gain influence with Ukrainian energy firm Burisma. He sat on the board of Burisma from 2014 to 2019 and was given an annual salary worth $600,000.

“I saw a lot of information” that is “problematic” for Biden,“ Lancaster quipped. “I’m not making any statements about what was in the tax records, whether he paid taxes, or whether he didn’t pay taxes.”

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Hunter Biden (C), President-elect Joe Biden's son, and other family members attend a farewell ceremony at the Major Joseph R. "Beau" Biden III National Guard/Reserve Center January 19, 2021 in New Castle, Delaware. Getty Images | Chip Somodevilla

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