Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s polygraph exam was released on Wednesday, and it reveals another inconsistency in her claim about an alleged assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
In her handwritten statement included in her polygraph, Ford claims that there were “4 boys and a couple of girls at the party.”
Ford claims that Kavanaugh pushed her into a bedroom, groped her and covered her mouth with his hand to prevent her from screaming at a party during high school. The party was alleged to have occurred in the early 1980s.
Dr. Christine Ford’s hand written statement included in her polygraph says the party where the alleged assault by Kavanaugh occurred had “4 boys and a couple of girls.” In her original letter to Feinstein she said the gathering was her “and four others” pic.twitter.com/to4gz9Do80
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Ford’s claim that there were “4 boys and a couple of girls” at the party contradicts Ford and her lawyer’s other accounts of how many people were present.
In her letter to Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Ford claimed that there were “four others” present. She also told The Washington Post that there were “four boys at the party” and two — Kavanaugh and his friend, Mark Judge — in the room where the assault allegedly occurred.
Ford’s lawyer, Debra Katz, later told CNN that there were four guys and one other girl at the party. (RELATED: Kavanaugh Accuser’s Lawyer Adds Detail Omitted In Feinstein Letter)
“She says that there were four guys there, these are high school students, as was she. There were four guys there. Were there any girls there that day?” CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota asked Katz on Sept. 17.
“Yes, there was another girl at this party,” Katz replied.
Since Ford’s allegations were first made public, there have been three different accounts of how many people were at the party she claims to have been assaulted at: four boys, four boys and one girl, and four boys and a couple of girls.
Kavanaugh, Judge and two other alleged party attendees all say they do not recall the party in question or any assault.