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Jill Biden’s Ex Says ‘Biden Crime Family’ Threatened Him After Divorce

Anastasia Boushee
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During a Wednesday interview on Newsmax, First Lady Jill Biden’s ex-husband revealed that members of what he deemed the “Biden crime family” had threatened him following their divorce — comparing it to the way that they are now targeting former President Donald Trump.

Bill Stevenson — who married Jill Biden in 1970 and finalized his divorce with her in 1975 — told Newsmax host Greg Kelly that President Joe Biden’s brother Frank had approached him after the divorce and threatened him over a piece of property that Jill wanted to keep.

“This is when my problems started,” Stevenson said. “In 1982, they lost the house, and Jill had to come to the lawyer’s office and sign off the deed of a house in downtown Newark [Delaware].”


He went on to explain that it was not the house that he and Jill lived in together, nor the beach house that he co-owned with friends — but instead was a house that was initially worth around $35,000-$40,000 and had since skyrocketed in value.

“Here is where the problem was,” Stevenson said. “Frankie Biden of the Biden crime family comes up to me and he goes, ‘Give her the house, or you’re going to have serious problems.’ I looked at Frankie, and I said, ‘What, are you threatening me?’”

Stevenson then asserted that Joe Biden had actually used the power of government to make good on his brother’s threat just a short time later — pointing to the coincidental timing of some legal action he faced.

“Needless to say, about two months later, my brother and I were indicted for that tax charge for $8,200,” he explained, adding that he “could not believe the power of Joe Biden and the Department of Justice. I couldn’t believe it.”

Kelly responded to that assertion by pointing to now-President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden — who is facing just two misdemeanor charges over $2 million in unpaid taxes while Stevenson and his brother faced two felonies for under $9,000 in unpaid taxes.


“I was on the wrong side of them and they have literally come after me for 35 years in a row. One little thing after another,” Stevenson responded.

“I can’t let them do this to a president that I love and respect. I can’t let them do this to our country,” he added, referencing Trump. “This is why I’ve come forward. This is the only reason I’ve come forward. It’s like I said, nothing about the divorce, no bitterness, but Jimmy, Frankie, and President Biden are very dangerous, and it’s tragic. I can’t let them do what they did to me to President Trump. I can’t do it.”

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