Moving trucks are seen at Hunter Biden’s $ 5.4 million rental home in Venice Beach


Hunter Biden appears to have left the $ 5.4 million luxury home he was renting in Venice Beach, Calif. Amid a wave of crime and homelessness that has hit the waterfront city of Los Angeles. sea.

President Joe Biden’s son reportedly paid $ 25,000 a month to rent the three-story property on the canals of Venice – just one block from the beach.

But on Monday, DailyMail.com spotted a moving truck outside the lavish home with loaded furniture inside. Father-of-five Hunter, 51, moved into the stylish property with wife Melissa and son Beau in late 2020.

Residents of Venice Beach have complained about an increase in crime as homelessness in the area has increased during the pandemic.

Moving trucks were seen at Hunter Biden’s Venice Beach rental home this week, DailyMail.com can reveal

Hunter, 51, father of five, moved into the property with wife Melissa and son Beau in late 2020

Hunter, 51, father of five, moved into the property with wife Melissa and son Beau in late 2020

Now the president's son appears to have left the $ 5.4 million home amid a wave of crime and homelessness that has hit the seaside city of Los Angeles.

Now the president’s son appears to have left the $ 5.4 million home amid a wave of crime and homelessness that has hit the seaside city of Los Angeles.

Residents of Venice Beach have complained about an increase in crime as homelessness in the area has increased during the pandemic

Residents of Venice Beach have complained about an increase in crime as homelessness in the area has increased during the pandemic

Hunter reportedly paid $ 25,000 a month to rent the three-story property on the canals of Venice

Hunter reportedly paid $ 25,000 a month to rent the three-story property on the canals of Venice

The homeless population has multiplied in Venice – in 2014 only 175 people lived on the streets and five years later that number rose to more than 1,200 – but things have gotten out of hand in recent years. month.

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos from last month show tent dwellers who ditched downtown LA’s Skid Row and freeway ramps in Long Beach for Venice Beach, turning a short stretch of prime property just south of the Santa Monica border into a flashpoint between commercial interests and those forced out of their homes.

While tourists and locals alike still visit the iconic promenade – a place they have long shared with the weirdos and the wacky – the number of visitors has declined as they have to contend with an ever-growing army of homeless people and to the crime that accompanies them.

Residents in the area, like Hunter, are planning to relocate, but house prices have fallen 10-30%.

Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan, 81, who lives in the area, has warned the homeless to leave. “This is my house, not yours,” he wrote on a note he posted on the portal to his $ 3.5 million house in Venice Beach.

Hogan has complained of being homesick and desperate to return to his native Australia, but does not want to go through two weeks of Covid quarantine. “I am like a kangaroo in a Russian zoo, I have no place here,” he said.

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos from last month show tent dwellers who abandoned downtown LA's Skid Row for iconic Venice Beach tourist destination

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos from last month show tent dwellers who abandoned Skid Row in downtown LA for iconic Venice Beach tourist destination

The homeless population has multiplied in Venice - in 2014 only 175 people lived on the streets and five years later that number rose to over 1,200 - but things have gotten out of hand in recent years. month

The homeless population has multiplied in Venice – in 2014 only 175 people lived on the streets and five years later that number rose to over 1,200 – but things have gotten out of hand in recent years. month

Secret Service agents sitting outside Hunter's house had to contend with the stench of a small encampment across a parking lot

Secret Service agents sitting outside Hunter’s house had to contend with the stench of a small encampment across a parking lot

The camps have crept closer to the famous picturesque canals of Venice.

The Secret Service agents sitting outside Hunter’s house must have faced the stench of a small encampment across a parking lot.

The tent city itself has its dramas like any other human settlement. Last month, a 30-year-old woman from Virginia gave birth in one of the seaside camps, the Venice current reported.

A homeless man was shot and wounded on April 28. The shooter calmly walked away. The victim does not cooperate with the police. Earlier the same week, a tent was deliberately set on fire. A local woman recounts how she was chased by a man with a sword.

Cops come by regularly, more to show they are there than to make arrests, say business owners on Ocean Front Walk, the boardwalk’s official name.

Homeless settlements have moved closer to Venice's famous scenic canals, where a moving truck can be seen outside Hunter's house.

Homeless settlements have moved closer to Venice’s famous scenic canals, where a moving truck can be seen outside Hunter’s house.

Hunter had moved into the 3,700 <a class=square foot property after dividing his time between his home state of Delaware and his Hollywood Hills pad.” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

Hunter had moved into the 3,700 square foot property after dividing his time between his home state of Delaware and his Hollywood Hills pad.

Hunter reportedly leased the property from Sweetgreen co-founder and CEO Jonathan Neman for $ 25,000 per month.

Hunter reportedly leased the property from Sweetgreen co-founder and CEO Jonathan Neman for $ 25,000 per month.

The house also had a furnished terrace with outdoor seating, a fireplace, and stunning views of the idyllic neighborhood

The house also had a furnished terrace with outdoor seating, a fireplace, and stunning views of the idyllic neighborhood

When DailyMail.com visited Venice Beach, there were syringes – one with a needle still attached – tucked away in the sand at a children’s play area on the beach, emblematic of how the people the area has been for. conceived are now expelled.

“I can’t even walk my dog ​​or cycle along the Venice Beach bike path anymore,” said Heather Sullivan, longtime Venice resident. “It’s too scary and just too violent.

“We’ve had a lot of dog thefts and it’s just heartbreaking and a lot of the animals in these camps are not treated well.”


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