Attorney Michael Avenatti’s Client Previously Represented By Accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s Attorney

By  //  September 26, 2018

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(FOX NEWS) – Republicans signaled Tuesday they aren’t abandoning Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for the Supreme Court as they cast doubt on graphic new allegations made public by attorney Michael Avenatti, and as Kavanaugh insisted he’s never been involved in any sexual assault.

Avenatti on Tuesday tweeted a “sworn declaration” from a woman named Julie Swetnick who claimed the Supreme Court nominee was involved in “gang” rapes in the early 1980s. She claimed Kavanaugh was “present” when she became a “victim” of one of those alleged assaults.

Swetnick’s accusations followed claims of sexual misconduct during high school and college against Kavanaugh from two other women. Kavanaugh has denied all the accusations, and responded to Avenatti’s claim by saying: “This is ridiculous and from the Twilight Zone. I don’t know who this is and this never happened.”

Late Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reported that approximately 10 years ago, Swetnick retained the law firm of Katz, Marshall & Banks to represent her in dispute with her former employer, insurance company New York Life, over a sexual harassment complaint Swetnick had brought.

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