Kavanaugh accuser says he doesn't belong on Supreme Court

Kavanaugh accuser says he doesn't belong on Supreme Court

Kavanaugh accuser says he doesn't belong on Supreme Court

A woman named Julie Swetnick, who is represented by lawyer Michael Avenatti, submitted a statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday afternoon in which she makes a number of uncorroborated and unsubstantiated allegations of heinous criminality by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. In an exclusive interview with Showtime's docu-series The Circus, Swetnick discussed the allegation and insisted that Kavanaugh does not "belong on the Supreme Court".

At other parties, Swetnick says she saw Kavanaugh and Judge lined up "waiting for their "turn" with a girl inside the room".

On Wednesday, lawyer Michael Avenatti posted testimony by a woman who said she witnessed Kavanaugh drinking heavily at parties and engaging in "abusive and physically aggressive behavior toward girls" as a student at Georgetown Preparatory School in the 1980s.

Swetnick also says that Kavanaugh and Judge were among the boys who, at other parties in the early 1980s, spiked drinks in order to disorient girls and take advantage of them sexually.

"This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone", Kavanaugh said in a statement released by the White House. "I don't know who this is, and this never happened", he said in a statement Wednesday. Avenatti has expressed his interest in challenging President Donald Trump as a Democrat in 2020 and also represents Stephanie Clifford, the adult film star known as Stormy Daniels who has said she accepted a $130,000 hush payment from Trump's camp in exchange for not coming forward about an affair between the two. She is courageous, fearless and honest.

Swetnick said she became a victim of one of these rapes in 1982.

The claims, which come less than a day before Christine Blasey Ford is set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, have not been vetted by any journalists.

Prior to Trump ordering the FBI to conduct the supplemental investigation on Friday, Avenatti seemed to imply that he would deliver Swetnick's story directly to the American public.

"A lot of this would be substantiated if there was an investigation, which is what we want", said Avenatti.

Judge Kavauaugh has said he may have met Ms Ford but denies any assault took place.

Roughly a decade ago, Ms. Swetnick was involved in a dispute with her former employer, New York Life Insurance Co., over a sexual-harassment complaint she filed, according to people familiar with the matter.

"I can always be convinced", Trump said at a press conference on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in NY, on the eve of a key Senate hearing at which a university professor accusing his nominee of assault will detail her allegations to lawmakers.

A THIRD woman has accused a judge nominated by Donald Trump to the U.S. supreme court of sexual assault. "I (was) broke as can be", Ko said.

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