Avenatti says his client Julie Swetnick is 'telling the truth' about Kavanaugh

Compartir

The people who attended schools in the area with Mr Kavanaugh wrote in the letter: "We have seen reports today that Julie Swetnick, who says she graduated from Gaithersburg High School submitted a declaration to the Committee alleging that Brett participated in horrific conduct during high school, including targeting girls for gang rape".

She said she saw Kavanaugh behave as a "mean drunk" at such parties and witnessed him "engage in highly inappropriate conduct" that included the "fondling and grabbing of girls without their consent". If what Swetnick alleges is true-that there were "many" parties at which "boys lined up" outside of rooms to commit "gang rape"-then there must exist many victims, many perpetrators, and many witnesses".

Kavanaugh denied the allegations, calling the claims "ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone".

She says while they were both in high school in 1982, Kavanaugh groped her and tried to rip off her clothes as he pinned her down on a bed.

Avenatti told the Forward that his client is Jewish.

Now 51, she is a professor at Palo Alto University in California and teaches students clinical psychology. Swetnick, an information technology specialist, is the daughter of the late Elaine Moglen Swetnick, who worked for the Atomic Energy Commission, and Martin Swetnik, a retired physicist, the Forward reported.

Kavanaugh, whom Trump nominated to the Supreme Court in July, has been accused by three different women, including Swetnick, of sexual abuse when they were teenagers.

The judge has denied the claims, saying in a Fox News interview that he has always respected women and was a virgin at the time of the accusations.

Lourdes Sánchez venenosa contra Pampita: "yo no le dije bolsa de cuernos"
Además agregó que ella podría haber dicho que Pampita bailó varias veces como una bolsa de cuernos pero por respeto no lo hizo. Está arreglado el BAR. " Fue una performance bastante limpia, técnicamente no falló prácticamente en nada .

Trump has previously avoided directly mentioning Avenatti, who also represents adult-film actress Stormy Daniels in her lawsuits against the president, and Wednesday's tweet is believed to be the first time the president has specifically criticized the lawyer on Twitter.

Interested in Supreme Court?

On Sunday night, The New Yorker published an article in which one of Kavanaugh's Yale University classmates, Deborah Ramirez, accused him of exposing himself to her at close range at a drunken dormitory party.

"I thought it was for a job application", he said. "I (was) broke as can be", Ko said.

Trump said he was skeptical because he personally has been the target of "false statements" in the past made by various women. "People want fame, they want money, they want whatever".

At the time of this writing, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about her allegations of sexual misconduct against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.

During the hearing, Kavanaugh emphasized he wished no "ill will" against Ford or her family, though he stressed to the committee that his family has been completely "destroyed" by the accusations.

Compartir