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Mother of Hunter Bidens Baby Demands He Admit How Much He Was Paid by Burisma

The mother of Hunter Bidens child is demanding that he disclose how much money he made while working for Burisma, the Ukrainian energy company, according to a new court filing.

Lunden Roberts, 28, filed a paternity suit against Biden in May; a DNA test last month revealed that he was the father of her child.

In newly filed court documents, Roberts asks that Biden, 49, confirm he was paid a certain amount monthly to sit for five years on the board of Burisma—Biden reportedly made over $83,000 a month—and that he could have continued in the position if he hadnt chosen to step down.

“Admit that you chose not to continue as a board member of Burisma. Admit that you could have continued to act as a board member for Burisma,” the filing stated (pdf). “Admit that your decision not to continue as a board member for Burisma was voluntary.”

There was also a matter linked to China.

“Admit that you or an entity owned, controlled, or under your direction or supervision received money from a Chinese person, entity, or corporation for foreign (meaning international) or domestic (meaning United States) investment purposes,” wrote Robertss lawyer Clinton Lancaster.

“Admit that you facilitated investments in domestic and international ventures for a company funded in part or in whole by a Chinese person, entity, or corporation.”

Then-Vice President Joe Biden waves as he walks out of Air Force Two with his granddaughter Finnegan Biden (C) and son Hunter Biden (R) at the airport in Beijing on Dec. 4, 2013. (Ng Han Guan-Pool/Getty Images)

Hunter Biden was on the board of BHR (Shanghai) Equity Investment Fund Management Co. before stepping down in October.

Both Roberts and Biden are supposed to submit financial records to Judge Don McSpadden by the end of the week. McSpadden wants five years of records as he considers how much Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, should pay in child support.

Roberts submitted some information which indicated “that she is employed at a family business probably for a salary of less than minimum wage,” the judge wrote to attorneys in the case, the Daily Mail