In a surprising turn of events, Damon Lawner, the founder of the exclusive Los Angeles sex club Snctm, has been banned from the establishment.
The ban was imposed following Lawner’s claims on social media that Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, was once a member of the club. Lawner further claimed that Biden’s membership was canceled due to his behavior, which Lawner described as objectionable.
Snctm, known for its high-profile clientele including actors, rock stars, and CEOs, charges a hefty annual membership fee of $75,000. The club has been in the spotlight for its high-end gatherings, which some have likened to orgies. However, the club’s leadership has taken exception to Lawner’s public comments about Biden, leading to his ban.
In response to the situation, a spokesperson for Snctm stated that the club prioritizes the safety and privacy of its members above all else. As such, they neither confirm nor deny the identities of their attendees. The spokesperson also confirmed that Lawner’s membership has been revoked with immediate effect.
Lawner, who founded Snctm in 2013, sold the club for $1 million in 2019. He has stated that his post about Biden was an expression of his disapproval of Biden’s behavior. Despite knowing the potential consequences, Lawner felt it was important to take a stand.
Hunter Biden’s personal life has been the subject of much public scrutiny, with his sexual escapades and legal challenges making headlines. However, the latest claim by Lawner and his subsequent ban from Snctm adds a new twist to the ongoing saga.