Since Donald Trump’s Senate Republicans refuse to apply the rules of justice and law for women who have been sexually assaulted by SCOTUS nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, lawyer Michael Avenatti is taking matters into his own hands.
In addition to two other alleged victims, one of whom testified under oath in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee, a third survivor who says she was accosted by SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh has come forward. Julie Swetnick has hired Michael Avenatti to represent her while she makes these legal claims, and he is willing to do whatever needs to be done to inform the American people about the man who may sit in judgment over the rights for the rest of his life.
Swetnick, like Avenatti’s other famous client, Stormy Daniels, will now make her case to the public on television. When women are overwhelmingly overpowered by men in positions of authority, there is little recourse in seeking justice. This is the way that Avenatti and Swetnick will get that done.
Swetnick’s allegations were laid out in The New York Times:
‘In her statement, Ms. Swetnick said that she met Judge Kavanaugh and Mr. Judge in 1980 or 1981 when she was introduced to them at a house party in the Washington area. She saw them to be “extremely close friends” who were “consistently” together at social gatherings. She said she attended at least 10 house parties in the Washington area from 1981 to 1983 where the two were present. She said the parties were common, taking place almost every weekend during the school year.
‘She said she observed Judge Kavanaugh drinking “excessively” at many of the parties and engaging in “abusive and physically aggressive behavior toward girls, including pressing girls against him without their consent, ‘grinding’ against girls, and attempting to remove or shift girls’ clothing to expose private body parts.”’
Twitter was quick to praise Avenatti for his attempts in seeking justice. Read some of their comments below:
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