More On: Ashley Biden
Shocking sexual charges have emerged from President Joe Biden's daughter Ashley Biden's alleged diary.
Ashley Biden, a drug addict, left her personal diary under a mattress in a Palm Beach, Florida halfway home where she remained during a rehab term, according to the DailyMail.com. The diary allegedly reveals her drug addiction, sex addiction, and being "hypersexualized."
Ashley Biden also recalls showering with her father when she was younger, which she allegedly noted was "probably not proper," according to DailyMail.com.
‘I remember having sex with friends @ a young age; showers w/ my dad (probably not appropriate)’Alleged January 2019 diary entry by Ashley Biden
According to DailyMail.com, the diary was discovered in 2020 by a Florida lady who stayed in the room Ashley Biden vacated at the halfway house and sold it for $40,000 to a media company called Project Veritas. The FBI is looking into Aimee Harris' involvement with the diary, which the Bidens allegedly claimed stolen in a burglary, according to the publication.
According to Fox News and DailyMail.com, Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe and one of his journalists were targeted by federal officials who allegedly raided their houses in November 2021 in search of Ashley Biden's diary, which they claim was stolen.
According to DailyMail.com, The New York Times confirmed the authenticity of the Ashley Biden diary after the newspaper "announced a Justice Department probe over the diary in November 2021."
According to sources, Harris allegedly distributed the diary at a Republican conference, and a right-wing website published it less than two weeks before the 2020 presidential election. According to DailyMail.com, this revelation went mostly unreported.
According to DailyMail.com, "the president's own daughter believes his reported bathing with her could have contributed create her sex addiction" in her journal.
Ashley Biden, according to the publication, also writes about her financial difficulties, claiming she was "down to the wire."
According to accounts, she also wrote that President Joe Biden was moved to tears by her addiction and a slew of other problems.
According to Ashley Biden's diary, she may have been misusing narcotics while campaigning for her father during his presidential campaign in 2019.
According to an alleged passage in her journal obtained by The DailyMail.com, Ashley Biden also describes alleged sexual abuse by a family member:
“I have always been boy crazy. Hyper-sexualized @ a young age…I remember somewhat being sexualized with [a family member]; I remember having sex with friends @ a young age; showers w/my dad (probably not appropriate).”Alleged January 2019 diary entry by Ashley Biden:
Ashley Biden is President Joe Biden's youngest daughter and the couple's only child. According to rumors, his son Hunter Biden is famed for his alleged sex and drug addictions, which were documented in a laptop he left behind at a computer repair shop. According to various sources, the laptop has records detailing Hunter Biden's family's financial dealings as well as sex acts and drug usage.
According to reports, President Joe Biden has been chastised for unwanted contact by former Nevada state assemblywoman Lucy Flores. According to the New York Post, his former Senate worker, Tara Reade, has claimed that Joe Biden sexually attacked her in 1993. In either case, no charges were filed.
After going to rehab, the president's 41-year-old daughter lived for a short time in a home in Palm Beach that is often used by recovering addicts. When she moved back to Philadelphia in June 2020, she left her diary there.
Single mom with two kids Aimee Harris, 39, moved in a few weeks later. She had just finished rehab and found it under the bed.
Harris is said to have shown the diary at a Republican event to raise money and then sold it to the right-wing group Project Veritas for $40,000.
The president's daughter wrote that she was "hyper-sexualized at a young age." She also wrote about her long-term drug use, extramarital affairs, how her finances were "down to the wire," and how she made her father cry with worry before a Democratic primary debate.
Ashley's writings also show that she may have used drugs while helping her father's campaign for president in 2019.
It was posted on a right-wing news site less than two weeks before the 2020 election, but it didn't get much attention at the time.
The Justice Department is looking into the diary, which was first reported by the New York Times in November 2021. The newspaper also confirmed that the diary is real.
But the Times didn't mention in the story that its pages had very scary information: the president's own daughter thinks that him allegedly showering with her could have made her addicted to sex.
In a November story in The Times, a Biden family representative said that Ashley's diary and other things were stolen in what was thought to be a break-in.
But a source close to the investigation told DailyMail.com that Harris is not being looked into for theft.
"The feds are no longer saying that finding the diary was illegal," the source said. "No one is saying that Aimee stole anything, either.
But the fact that she sold someone else's property could be a crime. And the fact that Ashley is the president's daughter changes the legal situation.
Harris is said to have worked with a friend, Robert Kurlander, a convicted money launderer, to sell the diary to Project Veritas. Project Veritas is known for its undercover sting operations against Democrat politicians and related groups.
When we tried to talk to Kurlander at his home in Jupiter, he refused to say anything.
Ashley is Biden's youngest child and the only one from his marriage to Jill Biden, who is the First Lady. When she was in her late 30s, she wrote dates in the diary from January 25 to September 18 of 2019.
Ashley wrote about her sexual addiction in a journal entry on January 30, a day before her first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
'I have always been boy crazy,' she wrote. 'Hyper-sexualized @ a young age ... I remember somewhat being sexualized with [a family member]; I remember having sex with friends @ a young age; showers w/ my dad (probably not appropriate).'
Despite entertaining the possibility that Joe could have been inappropriate with her as a child, at other times Ashley appeared grateful to her parents.
'I relapsed. F***ing again,' she wrote on March 16. 'The difference this time around was that I told Elizabeth, Mom + Dad this morning. Mom + Dad worried but incredibly supportive. I am so lucky to have them on my side.'
But four months later, her continued drug abuse left her on the brink of financial ruin and her father in tears.
'My dad cried on the phone saying he has the debate in a week + 'now has to worry about you.' she wrote in a July 27 entry.
'And he cried. Maybe he knows what he is doing + it's worked but my feelings of guilt often are overwhelming.'
She added that her finances were 'down to the wire' and under a list headed with the word 'Resentful' she wrote 'Dad – $, control'. Under a second list titled 'Hurt', she wrote 'Dad – hurting self, lying'.
Ashley was also having serious trouble in her marriage.
According to her diary entries, she was having affairs with men other than her husband, surgeon Howard Krein, now 55.
'Here I am talking about another man when I am married! It all feels strange,' she wrote in February 2019.
'Started hanging out with a new guy… It's been refreshing to be able to kiss another man.'
'Why am I feeling this way and do I need more time to try and figure it out? Does this mean that I am still into my husband?'
Other entries suggest she may have been campaigning for Joe while still using drugs.
On August 1, 2019 Ashley wrote: 'It's time to get back home + work on the campaign. Headquarters in Philadelphia – spent good portion of that time on the road. The work is hard. Nothing compares to that rush/high/excitement of getting (sic). I am searching for ways to escape.'
But two weeks later she wrote that it had been only five days since she had got high.
'There is anxiety + not sure where it comes from… maybe its 'lack' of having substances – it's been 5 full days. It's been the longest I've gone in a while,' she wrote.
'I think the longest period of abstinence has been 10 days since basically March,' she added in another later entry, though she told herself that after her stint in the Caron rehab center in Pennsylvania that month she would never use drugs again.
When asked for comment a representative for Asley Biden told DailyMail.com: 'We refuse to engage with an inquiry like this, which simply doesn't merit a response.'
The daughter of the president has been in trouble with drugs and the law for a long time.
In 1999, when she was a student at Tulane University in New Orleans and 18 years old, she was arrested for having marijuana. She was let out of jail after paying a $1,000 bond, and the local district attorney decided not to charge her.
After two years, the president's daughter was arrested again in Howard County, Maryland, for drinking while she was underage. After she didn't show up to a hearing about the charge, a bench warrant was issued for her arrest.
Ashley later admitted that she was wrong and paid a $125 fine.
Court records show that she was kicked out of her New Orleans home in the fall of 2001.
In August 2002, she was arrested in Chicago for allegedly getting in the way of police who were trying to break up a fight in a bar. This was her third run-in with the law.
After one of the attackers threw a bottle at the police, she allegedly stood in the way of the officer and said scary things.
In March 2009, an anonymous source told the New York Post that Ashley was seen on video snorting cocaine at a party in Delaware. The paper didn't buy the video, but they did write a story about it.
The newspaper said that in the video, a woman who looked like Ashley snorted white powder through a red straw on a desk and then told other people in the room to "Shut the f*** up."
The Post said that lawyers who were promoting the video for their client said, "At one point, she pretty much complains that the line isn't big enough," and that "She talks about her dad." They also said that they had been offered $250,000 for the footage.
DailyMail.com has not been able to independently confirm or get a copy of the video. After the claims came out, the lawyer who was representing the seller is said to have dropped his client.
In 2019, Aimee Harris, like Ashley, was struggling with addiction and had no money.
Palm Beach County court records show that she couldn't pay her $900 rent on a run-down house in Lake Worth, Florida. Credit card companies from West Virginia had followed her there because she hadn't paid her bills.
In 2014, she left a relationship with Wrigley's gum heir William DeGray III that she said was abusive. In court documents, she said that he had punched her, spat at her, and thrown her phone against a wall.
Harris later had two kids with Chris Bove, who was the son of a Palm Beach socialite and a big Chevrolet dealer in Rhode Island. But this relationship ended in court as well.
In 2018, Bove, who is 35 years old, filed an emergency motion for custody of her 6-year-old daughter Grace and 5-year-old son Dylan. She said that Harris had stopped taking her bipolar medicine. He said she had said she would drown the kids in the nearby Intracoastal Waterway and "bash their heads against a wall." He also said she had thrown TVs at him and punched holes in walls.
A judge in Palm Beach County didn't believe all of the claims, so she made a plan that gave each parent two days on and two days off.
Harris and Bove both said that the other used drugs, and a source close to the case said that Harris went to a rehab center in Delray Beach, Florida, in 2020.
When asked for a comment, Bove said, "The case file speaks for itself."
When she got out in July of that year, a former patient let Harris stay in a house in Lake Worth, not far from the rehab center. It was the same house that Ashley had just moved out of a month before.
She found the diary and a duffel bag full of dirty clothes under the mattress.
The shocking, embarrassing, and sensitive information in the book about the would-be president's daughter landed in Harris's hands at a time when she was trying to keep custody of her own children.
Bove had been saying for weeks at a time that Harris wasn't following their parenting plan, and in August 2020, her lawyer at the time, John Schutz, filed a lien against her for unpaid bills.
The desperate woman called her friend Robert Kurlander, who was convicted in the 1990s of laundering drug money.
The source says that the two of them came up with a plan to sell the document to GOP operatives who were looking for an edge in the presidential election in November.
Kurlander, who lives in a $1.2 million house in the wealthy West Palm Beach suburb of Jupiter, got himself and Harris invited to a September 2020 Trump campaign fundraiser a few miles from his house.
Elizabeth Fago, a local businesswoman, was hosting the party. She had just been put on the National Cancer Advisory Board by Trump.
A source at the fundraiser said that the diary was passed around and the most scandalous parts were called out.
A source close to the investigation says that the FBI has talked to Fago, who is 71 years old.
The Times said that Fago's daughter called Project Veritas three days before the event through their tip line.
The Times says that Harris and Kurlander flew to New York with the diary and met with Veritas agents at a hotel on the West Side.
Veritas paid $40,000 for the right to publish the diary, sending $20,000 to Harris and Kurlander each.
But the group's founder, James O'Keefe, decided not to publish it because he said in an internal email that it would be seen as a "cheap shot." He then tried to use it to get an interview with Joe Biden, but failed.
Instead, a member of the Veritas staff gave a copy of the diary to the right-wing news site National File. On October 24, 2020, just a few days before the election, National File published excerpts from the diary. Later, the site put up the whole thing.
In November 2021, a year later, federal agents broke into the homes of O'Keefe and two Veritas operatives.
Prosecutors said in court documents that the organization was involved in the theft of Ashley's things.
Veritas has said that it hasn't done anything wrong and that it is just a news organization doing its job.
A person who knows about the investigation said that the DoJ is now looking into charging Harris with selling the diary instead of stealing it.
The source told GAG, "In the end, Aimee didn't get to do anything with the money she got."
She paid her lawyers in the end, and she is still fighting for her children. It's not like she spent the money on something flashy.
"If someone tried to rig the election in Trump's favor, it's not really Aimee's fault," the article said. She didn't know how this thing would turn out.
She is a simple, honest person who has been used by others to try to bring down the president of the United States.
She hasn't had a place to live and has moved around Palm Beach County. In the end, she got caught up in something that was much bigger than she was.
DailyMail.com tried many times to get in touch with Harris, but she didn't answer text messages and her former lawyer, Guy Fronstin in Boca Raton, Florida, said she didn't want to talk about it.
On May 2, Fronstin stopped representing Harris.
He was replaced by Sanford Talkin, a criminal defense lawyer from New York City who defended union boss James W. Cahill in October 2020, when he was charged with racketeering, fraud, and bribery.
Tucker on new Biden allegations: "If that’s not child molestation, it is definitely close enough to justify a police visit." pic.twitter.com/QLHTThvcho— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 18, 2022
Tucker Carlson criticized Joe Biden over claims that the president shared a shower with his sex-addicted daughter when she was young. He also criticized the FBI for looking into a woman who found and sold a diary that said the same thing.
Carlson was horrified by the details in Ashley Biden's diary. He talked about it on his Fox News show on Friday night, calling it "sick" and "horrifying" and asking if it was enough to call the police and report child molestation.
He also said that the president was using the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as his secret police force. He said this after we told him that Aimee Harris is being looked into because of Ashley Biden's journal, which talks about her sex addiction and showers she had with her president father.
Harris hasn't been arrested or charged, but the Fox News host asked why she was being looked into for something that isn't a federal crime.
She found the diary in Ashley Biden's bed at a halfway house in Florida where she had stayed after getting help for her sexual urges.
Ashley thinks that showering with her father, who was then Senator Joe Biden, when she was a young girl may have caused her to become addicted to sex.
Carlson also asked why liberal media outlets had mostly ignored the diary story, just like they had ignored the Hunter Biden laptop scandal before the 2020 election scandal, only to later admit that the dirty things on the president's son's hard drive were real.
Carlson had Josh Boswell from DailyMail.com on his show to talk about the story. Boswell suggested that Ashley Biden's sexual urges are because her father takes showers with her.
The host then asked the crowd, "If you are a father of daughters, ask yourself if there is a good reason for that behavior."
Carlson said that Ashley Biden didn't say how old she was when these showers happened, but she was old enough to remember them.
He also says, "By the way, little kids don't take showers; they take baths."
Carlson said about the showers, "If that's not child molestation, it's close enough for the police to come check it out."
Carlson said that the FBI is more interested in raiding the homes of the journalists who reported these claims than in looking into the claims themselves.
On his Friday night show, Carlson reminded viewers that in November 2021, federal agents broke into the home of James O'Keefe, a Project Veritas activist and the group's founder.
Project Veritas is an activist group on the right that is known for making sting videos with journalists, media personalities, Democratic politicians, and union officials.
The FBI was looking for Ashley Biden's diary, which they said had been "stolen."
Carlson repeated what O'Keefe said at the time of the raids: "In what world is the FBI looking into the alleged theft of a diary?" What were they thinking?
The host then gives himself an answer by saying, "The answer is in the diary." Now we know what the diary says.'
Carlson called Project Veritas members journalists, but the US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York said in court documents at the time of the raid: "Project Veritas is not doing journalism in any traditional or accepted sense of the word."
The prosecutors went on to say, "Its "reporting" consists almost entirely of making public non-consensual, secret recordings that were made in a way that was illegal, unethical, or dishonest."
At the time of the raids, the American Civil Liberties Union said that Project Veritas had told "disgraceful lies." They also said in a statement, "The precedent set in this case could have serious consequences for press freedom."
The Fox News host also talked about the many claims about how Biden treats young women.