AAC’s Director of Market Insights and Development Speaks To Yahoo! News on Spiked Drinks
Julie Swetnick is alleging that, when she and Brett Kavanaugh attended high school together, he and his friends spiked women’s drinks to subdue them for gang rapes. Spiking a person’s drink is a surprisingly common crime.
Swetnick is the third woman to level accusations of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh, President Trump‘s Supreme Court nominee. Earlier, California professor Christine Blasey Ford, 51, alleged that Kavanaugh pinned her down on a bed and sexually assaulted her during a high school party, and Deborah Ramirez, 53, said he pulled down his pants and pushed his penis into her face during a party at Yale University.
On Wednesday, attorney Michael Avenatti, who represents Stormy Daniels (allegedly Trump’s former mistress) tweeted a sworn declaration by Swetnick, who lives in Washington, D.C., outlining the details of her allegations, along with emails written to Mike Davis, the chief counsel for nominations for the Senate Judiciary Committee, demanding his attention to Swetnick’s allegations.
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