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Christine Blasey Ford has publicly Donald Trump ‘ s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault decades ago are accused of. A look at what she says and how top legislators respond.

Allegations of past sexual misconduct almost Brett Kavanaugh-ascent to the Supreme Court bench derailed.

While several women publicly accused Kavanaugh of sexually inappropriate behavior, mainly occurring at parties in high school or college, only one testified before the legislature, after they pushed a scheduled confirmation vote: Christine Blasey Ford.

After a very emotional negotiation, with the testimonies of both Kavanaugh and Ford, the judge was sworn in as the 114. the Supreme court in October.

Kavanaugh vehemently all the sexual misconduct allegations denied against him.

Months, after you came with your statements, here is a look at where women are today.

Christine Blasey Ford

Christine Blasey, Ford testified before the legislature in respect of their claims Kavanaugh Board sexually assaulted in high school. Kavanaugh vehemently and emotionally denied the accusations of a ride.
(AP Photo)

As psychology professor Christine Blasey, Ford testified before the legislature, she has mostly remained out of the spotlight, with only a few exceptions.

In December, Ford Rachael Denhollander presented in a video message, before the lawyer and former Turner was presented and awarded with “Sports Illustrated” Inspiration of the year”. Denhollander, the first woman came forward to accuse former sports doctor Larry Nassar of sexual assault.

“Rachael Denhollander, I am in awe of you, and I will always be inspired by them,” said Ford. “The step forward, you took a big risk, and they galvanized the generations of the future to come to us, even when the odds are seemingly stacked against you.”

A month earlier, Ford announced that you used to pay funds from a GoFundMe account in your name, for the safety for yourself and your family. The money was used, “reasonable steps to protect ourselves against the terrifying threats, including physical protection and safety for me and my family, and to improve the security for our homeland.”

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It was used for housing, while the family was evicted from their home, as well as a security system.

The account raised $647,610, before switching to more donations. All leftover money will be donated to “organizations that support trauma survivors,” which are still to be determined, Ford said.

Ford had accused Kavanaugh of pinning you to a bed during a house party in the early 1980s, when she was 15 and he was 17. She said he tried to remove their clothes and prevented her from screaming for help.

Julie Swetnick

Julie Swetnick and her lawyer Michael Avenatti were referred for a criminal investigation by the Senate Chairman of the Committee on legal Affairs according to their allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
(Michael Avenatti, via AP)

Together with your lawyer, Julie Swetnick officials was under Federal criminal investigation about a possible conspiracy, making false statements to Congress and obstructing its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh.

Swetnick had said in a sworn statement that you witnessed Kavanaugh and his friend, “drink excessively and in highly inappropriate behavior, including overly aggressive with girls and not with ‘no’ for an answer. This behavior included, the pet and attack from the girls without their consent.”

Kavanaugh refused their claims, and he wont know who is Swetnick.

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Swetnick and lawyer Michael Avenatti, the assumed adult film star Stormy Daniels is represented in a suit against Trump, “simply no credible evidence that wife Swetnick always met or socialized with judge Kavanaugh,” according to Senate judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, who added, “there is substantial evidence, you don’t know.”

To forward to the media and the politicians come up with their assertions, Swetnick blown up, when she said she was “revictimized.” You said that the President and several Republican senators “never wanted to really get to the truth.”

Note the contradictions in their statements, Grassley referred to the couple’s then-attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray in October. It is usually remained to the public since.

Deborah Ramirez

Deborah Ramirez, according to reports, behavior went forward with their allegations of sexual misconduct after journalists began to call and to show up in your house.
(Safehouse Progressive Alliance for nonviolence, via AP)

Since they came public with their own sexual misconduct allegations regarding Kavanaugh, Deborah Ramirez quietly, trying to get back to your daily life in Colorado, according to the Denver Post.

Ramirez had accused Kavanaugh, which, while in the case of a Yale University dormitory during the academic year 1983-84. She admitted gaps in her memory had been drinking on the party, since she, said, but, she recalled accidentally touching Kavanaugh penis while you are trying to push him away from her.

Kavanaugh the allegation, calling it a “smear”, is simply denied.”

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The Denver Post mentioned, Ramirez has gone from doing interviews in the media after the allegations. A volunteer coordinator for Boulder County, you never needed to leave their homes in the result, the newspaper said.

In the period from October Denver Post report, Ramirez was beginning to feel comfortable enough to leave the house and run errands attorney John Clune said.

“It will take a while to adjust back to normal life. It is a process for you will be added to you,” Clune’.

He said their attorneys and a domestic violence support organization, where she sits on the Board, on the receiving end of many threatening letters since she came to the front. But Ramirez has received many hand-written cards offer support for the time after that.

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Clune’, stressed Ramirez didn’t want to come forward, but to call the Reporter began, and to show to your home.

“Their goal was not to keep [Kavanaugh] of the Bank. Their goal was to say, about what their experience was with it and make sure that the information got to the right places. You felt that you knew that,” Clune said.

Judy Munro-Leighton

Apart from Swetnick, Senate Republicans also two other people who accused Kavanaugh is sexual assault to the justice Department for criminal investigations, including Judy Munro-Leighton.

Munro-Leighton claimed that she wrote an anonymous letter claiming that Kavanaugh and a friend “raped her several times, each’ in the back seat of a car,” says Grassley’s office.

“After questioning by the Board investigator, Mrs Munro-Leighton admitted, contrary to her previous claims that she had not sexually harassed by … Kavanaugh, and was the author of the original “Jane Doe” letter,” Grassley’s office said. She allegedly told the Committee she was aware of the anonymous letter, Sr., Kamala Harris, D-Calif, sent., but was not the author.

Grassley’s office also, Munro-Leighton is a “left activist” from Kentucky, is found to be “decades older” than Kavanaugh.

In addition, Rhode-Island-man, the first Kavanaugh claims sexually a woman attacked on a boat in Newport in 1985, the Ministry of justice, prop. In the end, he has recanted his accusations.

Fox News’ Matt Richardson and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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