Just as his client Julie Swetnick's allegations that SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh ran a gang rape ring at age 15 began to implode, Michael Avenatti has released yet another sworn affidavit from an anonymous accuser who claims she saw the judge try to force himself on women at various high school parties, reports Fox News.
"Yet another accuser has come forward (see sworn stmt below). She is prepared to meet with the FBI today and disclose multiple facts and witnesses," Avenatti tweeted.
The anonymous woman makes some rather lofty claims, admitting she has known Kavanaugh's two accusers — Christine Blasey Ford and Julie Swetnick — "for decades" while simply claiming to have "graduated from a high school in the D.C area."
“I have known Christine Blasey Ford and Julie Swetnick for decades and I believe they are both honest and truthful,” the accuser says, who claims she was "first introduced" to Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge in 1980 "at Beach Week in Ocean City, Maryland."
From there, the woman claims to have attended "at least 20 house parties in the Washington, D.C. area" where Kavanaugh and Judge treated women inappropriately.
"I know many instances during these house parties where Brett and Mark would drink excessively and be overly aggressive and verbally abusive toward girls," she claimed. "This conduct included inappropriate physical contact with girls of a sexual nature."
Similar to the Swetnick allegation, this client is making a wild claim that would involve multiple witnesses and victims, which contradicts the statement from 60 women attesting to Kavanaugh's quality. Avenatti has pledged his accuser will bring forward witnesses and evidence, but he pledged the same with Swetnick; one week later, he has produced nothing.
In line with Swetnick, the woman also claims to have "witnessed firsthand" Kavanaugh spike the punch at parties with Quaaludes and grain alcohol. Also, like Swetnick, she refers to his projected "choir boy" image in which he claimed to be a virgin as "laughable."
"I understood this was being done for the purpose of making girls more likely to engage in sexual acts and less likely to say ‘No,'" she claims. "I am aware of other inappropriate conduct by Brett Kavanaugh but do not feel comfortable stating it at this time in this declaration."
Avenatti's accuser concludes her affidavit by saying she is "fully, willing, and able to speak with the FBI and tell them everything I know about Brett Kavanaugh and his misconduct if I am contacted."
Emily Zanotti has the last word: