content, a diary written by President Joe Biden’s daughter, Ashley Biden, has been slapped with an authentic label after she confirmed it belongs to her.

The authenticity of the diary, which detailed how the president took showers with his young daughter, was previously questioned. However, Ashley confirmed to a judge that the diary was hers.

Recently, a Manhattan court sentenced a woman named Aimee Harris for stealing the diary. Harris reportedly sold the diary to the Conservative Advocacy Group “Project Veritas” for $20,000 before the 2020 election.

On April 29, 2024, fast-checking outlet Snopes changed the rating of allegations from “unproven” to “true” based on the testimony provided by Ashley. The testimony was a letter from Ashley to Chief U.S. District Judge Laura Taylor Swain.

In the letter, Ashley insisted that Harris be imprisoned, saying the suspect demonstrated a complete lack of morality and that her actions were re-traumatizing to her.

“I will forever have to deal with the fact that my journal can be viewed online,” Ashley wrote in the letter. “Repeatedly, I hear others grossly misinterpret my once-private writings and lob false accusations that defame my character and those of the people I love. Her actions were not only re-traumatizing to me but considered a horrific trauma in and of themselves. This ongoing harm directly results from Ms. Harris’ intentional actions.”

In 2023, a leaked phone call between Ashley and Project Veritas circulated online, indicating that the diary belonged to the president’s daughter. In March 2023, Snopes indicated that the leaked phone call was evidence that the diary belonged to Ashley.

However, Project Veritas withheld the document’s publication, as its former founder, James O’Keefe, said they could not confirm that it belonged to the president’s daughter.

According to multiple reports, Biden’s diary came about when she moved out of an apartment in Delray Beach, Florida, in 2020. Harris moved into the same room, found the diary, and contacted Jonathan Kurlander, who said he would help them sell it for tons of money.

Both Harris and Kurlander pleaded guilty in August 2022 for conspiring to transport the diary across the state lines and selling it. A New York federal judge sentenced Harris to one month in prison and three years probation. Kurlander is yet to be sentenced.