March 5, 2024

Photos showing the mysterious cocaine discovered inside the White House over the summer have been released after being obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request from the Secret Service by the Daily Mail.

The baggie of cocaine was initially discovered on July 2 in a storage locker near the entrance to the White House’s West Wing by a member of the Secret Service, which sparked an evacuation of the building and emergency response. 

A test was then conducted on the substance, which came back positive for cocaine, the Secret Service told Fox News on July 5.

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White House cocaine photo

A photo of the baggie of cocaine discovered in the White House on July 2. (The Daily Mail)

The discovery prompted the Secret Service to launch an investigation, which was later closed after the agency said it was “not able” to identify a suspect.

President Biden was at Camp David at the time of the discovery of the substance. The president’s son, Hunter, who is a recovered crack cocaine addict, was also at Camp David at the time of discovery.

White House cocaine photo

A photo of the baggie of cocaine discovered in the White House on July 2. (The Daily Mail)

White House cocaine photo

A photo of the area where a baggie of cocaine was discovered in the White House on July 2. (The Daily Mail)

This is a developing story. Check back here for updates.

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