A new Brett Kavanaugh accuser has emerged. This one claims that Kavanaugh took part in drugging a high school girl and taking part in a gang rape.
The new accuser, named Julie Swetnick, released a sworn statement on Wednesday. Through her attorney, who just so happens to be Michael Avenatti, she said in her statement that Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge abused her. She labeled them as a "train" of abusive boys.
Swetnick claims she was drugged 'using Quaaludes or something similar.' She claims these were placed in her drink. Also, she stated that Kavanaugh and his friends would spike drinks with alcohol so girls would lower their inhibitions and be less likely to say no.
Per Daily Mail:
Swetnick, who says she has worked for the State Department and other government agencies including Homeland Security, accused Kavanaugh of being part of a group of boys abusing her.
'In approximately 1982, I became the victim of one of those "gang" or "train" rapes where Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh were present,' she said in the statement.
'During the incident, I was incapacitated without my consent and unable to fight off the boys raping me.'
Judge is the other student Christine Blasey Ford says was present when Kavanaugh jumped on top of her and tried to remove her clothes.
The testimony is a fresh blow to Kavanaugh, already accused of two sexual assaults by named women.
Her full statement is below:
Julie Swetnick alleges she attended house parties in the 1980s where she witnessed Brett Kavanaugh 'engage in aggressive and physically abusive behaviour toward girls.' Full statement: pic.twitter.com/ZBPbOqajk3
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These are some bold accusations for the Supreme Court nominee. All of these are coming up right on the brink of him being confirmed as Supreme Court judge.