Michael Avenatti says his new client has allegations against Kavanaugh

Michael Avenatti says his new client has allegations against Kavanaugh

Michael Avenatti says his new client has allegations against Kavanaugh

"I witnessed Brett Kavanaugh consistently engage in excessive drinking and inappropriate contact of a sexual nature with women during the early 1980s", she also states.

The lawyer for Washington, D.C. resident Julie Swetnick said on Wednesday he had submitted her sworn statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Swetnick reports witnessing Kavanaugh engaging in abusive and physically aggressive behavior against girls.

Avenatti is demanding an immediate FBI investigation into the allegations.

The two allegations come less than a week before Christine Blasey Ford is set to testify in open court about her claim that Kavanaugh attempted to rape her while they were in high school.

Kavanaugh added that he made the unusual decision to do a television interview before a Senate committee votes on his nomination because he wants to clear his name and said he is "looking for a fair process, a process where I can defend my integrity and clear my name".

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She said that Kavanaugh's declaration of "innocence" and lack of sexual inactivity in high school on Fox News is a lie. "I mean, you know, it is one - The New Yorker magazine, you know, did a very carefully on-the-record story with one accuser, [and] the Washington Post [published an] on-the-record accusation from Ms. Ford". She then said that Kavanaugh pinned her to the bed and groped her over her clothes, and attempted to take them off. Ford alleges that when she tried to scream, Kavanaugh put his hand over her mouth. She alleged Kavanaugh and his friends "spiked" the drinks of girls at house parties.

Democrats fear that if Kavanaugh is confirmed, he will cement a conservative majority on the Supreme Court for the first time in several generations, which could result in decisions limiting or repealing the 1973 Roe v. Wade case, which created abortion rights nationwide. "Somebody yelled down the hall, 'Brett Kavanaugh just put his penis in Debbie's face, '" she said.

The Post has not independently verified her allegations regarding President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.

"This morning Michael Avenatti provided a declaration to the Judiciary Committee", spokesman Taylor Foy said. Swetnick also implies that Kavanaugh and Judge participated in the assaults themselves.

The Republican member on the Senate Judiciary Committee also argued that he's doubtful of the allegations against Kavanaugh, in part, because so far, they are all from over 30 years ago and that "if you've got a character flaw where you're a predator, my view is it doesn't stop".

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