Published: Wed, September 26, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

New Accuser Says She Witnessed Sexual Abuses by Kavanaugh

New Accuser Says She Witnessed Sexual Abuses by Kavanaugh

A third woman has come forward to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of drinking in excess and acting inappropriately with women when he was in high school. She said that Kavanaugh in particular engaged in "abusive and physically aggressive behavior towards girls".

Avenatti, who has risen to prominence representing Stormy Daniels in her legal battles with President Trump, posted the affidavit to Twitter, demanding an FBI investigation.

Kavanaugh has denied all accusations of sexual misconduct and claims to have been a virgin in high school.

Instead, he now faces an explosive Senate showdown against the first of his accusers, university professor Christine Blasey Ford, who is set to testify against him Thursday.

"For Michael Avenatti to just simply throw out there that there are these unnamed people who are going to make these allegations that is really not how the process should work", Toobin said Tuesday on CNN's "New Day". Regarding alcohol, he said he never drank so much that he could not remember what happened the night before.

Brett Kavanaugh must also be asked about this entry in his yearbook: "FFFFFFFourth of July".

Brett Kavanaugh accuser to give evidence before Senate
A Senate Republican aide told CNN Friday that a special counsel would prevent the politicization of Ford's questioning. Katz requested that the hearing be held next Thursday , and that Kavanaugh testify before Ford, among other requests.

Ford claimed that Kavanaugh and Judge led her into a room at a house party while "stumbling drunk".

However, the New Yorker was not able to corroborate this allegation with any of the named witnesses.

"I have a firm recollection of seeing boys lined up outside rooms at many of these parties waiting for their "turn" with a girl inside the room", Swetnick said in the declaration. "These boys included Mark Judge Brett Kavanaugh", Swetnick said. He tweeted a screenshot of the email Sunday evening after announcing he represented a woman with "credible information" about Kavanaugh and Judge.

Kavanuagh has repeatedly denied the allegations made against him, including in an interview with Fox News that aired earlier this week.

Avenatti has repeatedly called for Kavanaugh's nomination to be withdrawn.

A spokesperson for the Time's Up movement later issued a statement calling for Kavanaugh to withdraw: "His confirmation would compromise the integrity of the court for generations to come", he said. Well, he's had an opportunity to be heard; he can certainly have an opportunity to be heard further by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and others; I want my client to have an opportunity to be heard.

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