EXCLUSIVE:E-mails between Hunter, His Wife and Their Medical Director

By MOS Himalaya

From: Hunter Biden XXXXXXXXXX

Subject: Hunter

Date: June 19, 2016 at 9:41 AM

To: Kathleen Biden

Cc: George Kolodner ,Babette Wise, Debbie Schechter, Elaine Altmire, Hunter Biden

Absolutely Kathleen– just to be clear girls asked me if they could come to DE for Father’s Day. When we were with Debbie they asked me if they could take me to dinner Friday but they changed plans and asked if they could come Sunday instead. I did not ask them to do anything behind your back. Finnegan called me today to ask that I book the 9:55 train. I called Maisy back to tell her and asked her to let you know. If that is putting the girls in the middle then I don’t really understand.

And just to be clear Dr. Kolodnor is my Dr. focusing on my alcoholism of which the family is a huge component- and I understand that to date after four months you haven’t taken advantage of the Kolmac friends and family program. Dr. Kolodnor is not our marriage counselor- Debbie was our marriage counselor but you refuse to see her anymore.

As for Babette- I left two messages for her with the hopes we could speak and she, as a highly respected professional in her field, could recommend a course of action for me and the whole family. Babette never returned my call- according to you I sounded too threatening on Babattes voice mail. Regardless, she seems to have made a determination as to a treatment program for a patient she has never met never seen and the only Information she has obtained is from the patients extremely angry and hurt wife. I can’t imagine an Oncologist whose never seen the patient never seen an MRI never seen the blood work never seen the biopsy result making a determination of a treatment plan for an individual based on the description of his condition provided by his estranged wife. Even more baffling to me is the notion that Doctor would than make a recommendation to the patients children (adverse to all the patients actual care takers) that requires the children to refuse to speak or see their father and unless he follows her plan. And the cherry on top of that is telling the children if the patient doesn’t follow her plan he’s going to die (our girls words to me- not mine). Now the girls are to believe that if is only their love and refusal to share it with their father is the only way he can be saved. And if he refuses than that clearly means he doesn’t love them.

And you’re telling me that by calling Maisy to tell what train I booked I am putting them in the middle. I am an alcoholic addict and I’ve done terribly selfish things I am ashamed of. But I’ve never used our children as a weapon. You are all truly drunk with your egos and self righteous indignation.

And you are upset RHB


On Jun 18, 2016, at 7:15 PM, Kathleen Biden wrote:

To be clear with everyone – Hunter, you have to talk to me regarding plans with the girls. You put them in the middle by making plans with them directly, leaving it to them to tell me. It is really difficult for them.


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On 17 Jun 2016, at 8:20 PM, George Kolodner wrote:


An important part of the current plan is to make sure that everyone’s treatment is protected and, at the same time, essential information is communicated reliably. I think that it would be disruptive to this plan for you to be involved with the level of details about Hunter’s treatment that you are requesting. We will work out a schedule that we think is appropriate for Hunter’s treatment and let you know if does not adhere to it.

George Kolodner

On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 5:34 PM, Kathleen Biden wrote:

I’m sorry the email upset you. I’m just looking for direction and advice. Difficult to get conflicting advice.

The girls and I are ready to support your out-patient program and hope you are feeling the support you need.

I included you to make sure we are all on the same page. I just want to do what is best for the girls and to help your sobriety.

Sent from my iPhone

On 17 Jun 2016, at 4:44 PM, wrote:

Sorry for the typos- very upsetting to me.



On Jun 17, 2016, at 4:43 PM, wrote:

Dr. I have not given my consent for Kathleen to receive any information. I’d you want a unbiased 3rd party opinion about how the meeting pleas call Debbie right away.



On Jun 17, 2016, at 4:39 PM, Kathleen Biden wrote:

Ok. So I can be clear, the program is five days a week, he has nothing on weekends, he is tested every day? Is it appropriate for us to understand his commitment to program? I know that eventually it tapers but would be helpful to know when that happens. Is he also going to meetings every day?

Thank you

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On 17 Jun 2016, at 2:50 PM, George Kolodner wrote:


I am sorry to hear that you and your daughters are feeling such stress. My understanding of the current plan is:

Debbie will let you know if Hunter has relapsed or stop coming to the program so that you can restrict his contact with the girls.. We will not contact you as long as he is attending and abstinent.

  1. Debbie and Elaine will be talking about their recommendation for the next contact — I understand that Fathers Day is being considered — and will call you after they have talked.

I hope that this helps to clarify the situation. George Kolodner

On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 1:51 PM, Kathleen Biden wrote:

My girls were upset about their meeting with Debbie yesterday. They feel that the conflicting advice between specialists leaves them feeling like they have been put in the middle and don’t know what they are suppose to do.

As for me, I still would like to feel reassured that he is attending the program and being tested. I haven’t gotten that and don’t know what the best way to do it. I leave it to you all.

I want Hunter to be sober and live a life where he can feel good. I want to do what’s best for him and protect my girls and their relationship with Hunter.

If the consensus is for Hunt to try out patient again, ok. If it’s best for everyone for girls to resume talking and seeing Hunt, ok. They, and I, only want to do what is best for him.

I am exhausted and don’t want to make the decisions. I want advice and will follow it. The girls feel like they have been left to make difficult decisions regarding their dad. I told them I’ll support what the doctors and therapists recommend.

Please help us to make the right decision to support Hunt’s sobriety while protecting the well being of my daughters.

Also, if you could agree on how best to notify me as to Hunt’s attendance and test results, that would be helpful.

Thank you

Sent from my iPhone

George Kolodner, M.D. DLFAPA FASAM Medical Director

Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers

George Kolodner, M.D. DLFAPA FASAM Medical Director

Kolmac Outpatient Recovery Centers

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