Third woman comes forward with allegations against Brett Kavanaugh

Third woman comes forward with allegations against Brett Kavanaugh

Third woman comes forward with allegations against Brett Kavanaugh

Michael Avenatti has tweeted the name and photo of the client he reports making new allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Julie Swetnick claims in a sworn affidavit that she witnessed Brett Kavanaugh and Mark Judge spike drinks in an effort to cause girls to "lose inhibitions", and would then take turns having sex with them.

Later this week, Christine Blasey Ford is set to testify in open court about her allegation that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her while they were in high school.

Judiciary Committee Republicans say they are now reviewing Swetnick's allegations.

Avenatti also said he is still waiting for a response from Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, over Swetnick's allegations about Kavanaugh. On top of that, Swetnick makes this sound like a regular feature of Georgetown Prep social events, which might surprise the dozens of men and women who knew Kavanaugh from that period and have already attested to his good character. She alleged Kavanaugh and his friends "spiked" the drinks of girls at house parties. "I first met Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh in approximately 1980-1981".

Trump's comments to reporters at the United Nations represented an escalation of his rhetoric on behalf of the conservative federal appeals court judge whose nomination to a lifetime post on the high court has been imperiled by allegations dating to the 1980s brought by two women. "These boys included Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh", she added. "Somebody yelled down the hall, 'Brett Kavanaugh just put his penis in Debbie's face, '" she said.

"Since he's been a professional, he's had a lot of women work for him, and no one who's ever worked for him has ever suggested that he was anything other than professional", Graham continued.

"There is only one way to get to the bottom of these allegations against Judge Kavanaugh and prevent the nation from being thrown into further turmoil: an independent background check investigation by the FBI", said Senator Chuck Schumer, the senior Democrat in the Senate.

The declaration was posted on Twitter by her attorney, Michael Avenatti. Kavanaugh has denied all the allegations.

And there's more. In a New Yorker article that dropped over the weekend, a college classmate of Kavanaugh's is accusing him of exposing himself to her at a party.

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