The CIA blocked federal investigators from interviewing Hunter Biden’s “sugar brother” Kevin Morris during a five-year probe into the first son’s alleged tax crimes, a whistleblower has told House impeachment leaders.

House Oversight and Judiciary Committee chairmen say the whistleblower informed them the intelligence agency stopped IRS and Justice Department investigators from interviewing Morris in August 2021, a Hollywood lawyer and patron of the first son, according to a Thursday letter addressed to CIA Director William Burns.

The whistleblower informed Oversight chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) and Judiciary chairman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) that two DOJ officials were summoned to CIA headquarters in Langley, Va. — and told Morris “could not be a witness” for their investigation into Hunter Biden.

“It is unknown why or on what basis the CIA allegedly intervened to prevent investigators from interviewing Mr. Morris,” Comer and Jordan wrote in the letter, which was obtained by The Post.

“However, these allegations track with other evidence showing how the DOJ deviated from its standard investigative practices during the investigation of Hunter Biden.”

The Republican lawmakers added that the account “seems to corroborate our concerns about DOJ’s deviations from standard process to provide Hunter Biden with preferential treatment,” which have been unearthed as evidence during their impeachment inquiry into his father, President Biden.

They asked the CIA to provide all records in its possession relating to the DOJ and IRS investigation of Hunter Biden or to Kevin Morris.

“CIA does not comment on specific investigations,” a spokesperson told The Post in a statement. “We can say that CIA cooperates with law enforcement partners and does not obstruct investigations. CIA also fully and routinely cooperates with our oversight committees and will continue to do so.”

Two IRS whistleblowers alleged last year that the Justice Department ran interference for the president’s son by preventing other witnesses from testifying and barring tax investigators from asking questions that could lead to Biden.

Morris, 60, was interviewed by the House Ways and Means, Oversight and Judiciary Committees on Jan. 18 and said that he has loaned the 54-year-old first son at least $5 million since meeting him at a political fundraiser for his father in Hollywood in late 2019.

Those loans began a month after he met Hunter and continued through 2022, as the Justice Department was finalizing its tax investigation into the president’s son, which initially resulted in a probation-only plea deal.

But that plea agreement imploded in a Delaware federal courtroom last July under questioning from US District Judge Maryellen Noreika, who asked prosecutors about the scope of an immunity provision buried in it.

Delaware US Attorney David Weiss, who brought the case, was elevated to special-counsel status by Attorney General Merrick shortly after and went on to indict Hunter Biden in Los Angeles for evading $1.4 million in tax payments.

Weiss brought a separate indictment against the president’s son in Delaware for lying on a federal gun-purchasing form about his drug abuse — a troubled time period that Hunter wrote about in his 2021 memoir “Beautiful Things.”

A significant portion of Morris’ loans to Hunter covered his tax delinquency — and the lawyer told House impeachment panel members that the debt will be due in 2025.

The lawyer — who has repped the creators of “South Park” and is footing the bill for a documentary on the media frenzy surrounding Hunter — did not say whether he would forgive the loans.

The windfall would replace foreign patrons from Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan and China that paid millions of dollars to Hunter Biden following conversations and meetings with his father that took place during and immediately after Biden’s tenure as vice president.

Morris said he had visited the White House three times since Biden, 81, took office in January 2021 — and even made payments to Hunter’s ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, and a former stripper, Lunden Roberts, the mother of his four-year-old daughter that he had with her out of wedlock.

He has also paid $875,000 for Hunter’s novice art works and allowed the first son to fly coast-to-coast on his private jet.

House Republicans voted in December to approve their impeachment inquiry into the president, but have yet to indicate evidence from it will result in articles against the president — even after depositions with his brother, James Biden, and Hunter himself.

Part of their inquiry focuses on the role Biden may have played in hindering the Justice Department’s investigation into his son.

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