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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, in the prepared testimony released ahead of Thursday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, calls for a horrific sexual assault “” and “morally wrong”, and says that he “never bothered” sexually to anyone.

“I’m here to say this morning in response to these allegations, and the truth,” Kavanaugh said in comments published by the Committee. “And the truth is that I have to be molested never sexually to anyone – not in school, not in College, not always.”

Christine Blasey Ford has been accused of forcing to try and Kavanaugh, on her during a party while she was 15 and he was 17. On Thursday, Kavanaugh, as he has since the first allegations surfaced, plans to deny any wrongdoing.

“I deny categorically and unequivocally, the accusation against me of Dr. Ford,” Kavanaugh say. “I never had any sexual or physical encounter of any kind with Dr. Ford.”

At the same time, Kavanaugh speaks out against sexual misconduct.

“Sexual violence is appalling,” Kavanaugh says in the notes. “It is morally wrong. It is illegal. It is contrary to my religious beliefs.”

KAVANAUGH PROVIDES A CALENDAR OF THE SUMMER OF ’82

Kavanaugh has also accused to have been from a second wife expose herself during a college party at Yale-which he has denied. And on Wednesday, the third Prosecutor, with help from Democratic attorney Michael Avenatti, forward, came, instead, accused Kavanaugh, at parties, where “gang” or “train” the rape of young girls, including one as she was the victim.

In response to Avenatti client, Kavanaugh, said in a Wednesday statement, “This is ridiculous, and out of the Twilight Zone. I don’t know who he is, and that never happened.”

But in his testimony, Kavanaugh, “juvenile misconduct”, makes him “cringe.”

“I drank beer with my friends, usually on weekends. Sometimes I had too many. In hindsight, I said and did things in high school that make me cringe now. But that’s not the reason why we are here today.”

Kavanaugh added: “What I’ve been accused of far more serious than juvenile misconduct. I’ve never even remotely similar to what is described by Dr. Ford.”

Earlier on Tuesday, the Senate judiciary Committee copies of the calendar published in full from handwritten notes from may, June, July, and August 1982.

The calendar reflects the day to day activities of a typical 17-year-old boy: the plans to mow the lawn, go to the movies, play sports, go to “beach week” and to go to summer camp. It contains mentions of prom, is to be grounded, birthday parties, lifting weights and the survey on the Yale and Brown universities.

In an interview with the Washington Post, Ford said she believes the accusations she detailed happened in the summer of 1982, although she can’t remember where exactly the party was or how they got there.

It has been suggested that the calendar can be used to suggest by Kavanaugh, nothing in it is an allusion to the nature of the group, described by Ford.

Meanwhile, before the hearing, Ford’s attorneys statements from four other people, the tell, Ford told them about the allegations that in the last few years. have published To have none of these people but, the claim had knowledge in 1982. Ford says that you can’t tell someone, to 2012.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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