Brett Kavanaugh was not the only one at the center of attention during the Senate Judiciary Hearing on Thursday, September 27.
The other day it was the story of Ford pushed Also Milano to talk about the fact that she was the victim of a rape 30 years ago - at the age of 15.
To ABC News, Milano, who was spotted wiping away tears when Ford was asked about the alleged assault, recalled observing the 1991 Anita Hill hearings when she was "almost 20".
For a long time now, ever since the advent of Tarana Burke's movement #MeToo, Alyssa Milano has advocated for the accusers. "I think women are standing together in solidarity, more so than we were in '91 and I think women throughout the country are not going to let it be what it was", she said. They should have been anxious about the optics of a group of men with a lack of humanity not questioning Dr. Ford about sexual assault, ' she wrote.
According to Milano, Kavanaugh's rage radiated from him as he took his seat in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
She also told ABC News, "I felt like I needed to be here to show my solidarity for Dr. Ford on this day that will be very hard for her". But with her constant support for the victims, Alyssa Milano attending the hearing of Dr. Ford makes flawless sense.
But after listening to Dr. Ford, Alyssa is hopeful that she inspired many survivors to come forward and speak their truth.
After Kavanaugh's testimony, Milano took to Twitter to share the double standard between men and women that she saw during the hearing. Despite being warned, later her phone was confiscated by a security guard.
Kavanaugh has categorically denied the allegations. Actress Halle Berry posted a black-and-white photo of Ford on her Instagram page and wrote, "Dr. Ford - we are in awe of your bravery and composure, and we stand with you in solidarity". And they needed to hear it from her directly.