Kavanaugh news: Julie Swetnick’s NBC interview raises new questions

October 2, 2018

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh (left) is accused of being present at high school parties where women were drugged by Julie Swetnick, who spoke to NBC News about her allegations Monday night.

By Staff

As the FBI continues to investigate claims of sexual misconduct made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, one of his accusers claimed in a television interview Monday night that he was a “sloppy drunk” who attended parties where women, including herself, were gang raped.

Julie Swetnick, who suggested Kavanaugh drugged women and said he was present at a party in the 1980s where she was gang raped, told NBC News correspondent Kate Snow that Kavanaugh was a “very mean drunk” who rubbed up against woman at parties to “grope them.” But Swetnick didn’t accuse Kavanaugh of groping her at any of the parties she attended.

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