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Michael Avenatti shows third Kavanaugh Prosecutor

Lawyer Michael Avenatti showed that a third of the women has accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.

A letter to the Senate judiciary Committee to consist of 60 men and women at Georgetown Prep, or sister schools, and knew that Brett Kavanaugh has the current allegations against him as “nonsense” and “reprehensible.”

The letter, addressed to Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley and Ranking member Diane Feinstein, was sent only six hours after attorney Michael Avenatti published an “affidavit” by a woman named Julie Swetnick, to claim the third, sexual misconduct Kavanaugh during his school time.

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She claims that the Supreme court was nominated at a party to be present, where she was the victim of a gang rape, and that he attended meetings in the early 1980s, when these attacks took place. She also claims that Kavanaugh would try, “spike”, the “punch” at these parties with drugs “, so to say that girls lose their inhibitions and their ability to, ‘no.'”

The letter strongly refuted these allegations.

“We are men and women who knew, Brett Kavanaugh well in school,” the letter began. “We have seen reports today that Julie Swetnick, which says she graduated from Gaithersburg high school, has filed claims with a statement to the Committee that the Board took a terrible behavior during high school, including the targeting of girls for the rape. Nonsense. We never have any behaviour that is experienced, what is described in this statement. It is reprehensible.”


The document went on to say that each of the non-recall of 60 women and men signed in the “extensive” time spent with Kavanaugh,”, ever met someone who” by the Prosecutor’s name. She also denied a witness, the a behavior similar to the claims made by Swetnick.

The letter said: “Brett Kavanaugh is a good man. He always treats women with respect and decency. He is a man of honor, integrity, and compassion.”

Kavanaugh has publicly all the allegations that were made contested against him.

He is to testify before the Committee on Thursday in a much-anticipated hearing, where the first of his accusers, Christine Blasey Ford is also expected that you happened to talk about what she claimed her.

Fox News’ John Roberts contributed to this report.

Paulina Dedaj is a writer/ reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @PaulinaDedaj.

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