Feds reportedly seized second Hunter Biden laptop in February
A second laptop belonging to Hunter Biden was taken by the feds back in February.
The computer was found in the Massachusetts offices of celebrity psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow during a raid and seized by Drug Enforcement Administration agents, according to a new report from NBC.
Ablow’s medical license was suspended after he was accused of sexually exploiting patients and other professional misconduct. He has not been charged with a crime and has denied the allegations.
Hunter Biden has not been the target of the search or the investigation and his lawyer ultimately got the laptop back, the network reported. It’s unclear what was on the machine or why it would have been in Ablow’s offices.
As The Post previously reported, a different Hunter Biden laptop made its way to a Delaware computer repair shop last year. The store owner later delivered its hard drive to Rudy Giuliani after he said Hunter never returned to retrieve the property.
The laptop contained a trove of emails detailing various discussions between Hunter and foreign contacts — which potentially included setting up meetings with his famous father while he was vice president.