An old girlfriend of one of Brett Kavanaugh’s closest friends in high school now says that she is willing to talk to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Elizabeth Rasor, a former girlfriend of Mark Judge, is alleging that Judge admitted to taking turns having sexual intercourse with an intoxicated woman.
Her lawyer Roberta Kaplan sent a letter to the committee on Wednesday saying she would “would welcome the opportunity” to speak to the FBI, according to Washington Post opinion writer Greg Sargent.
“Although Ms. Rasor does not welcome the unwanted attention that would inevitably result if she were to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee,” it said, “she believes that it is her duty as a citizen to tell the truth about what happened.”
Rasor’s name first came into the picture when she was quoted in the New Yorker’s article detailing the second allegation of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh from Deborah Ramirez.
She said Judge confided in her about “an incident that involved him and other boys taking turns having sex with a drunk woman,” however she also pointed out that Judge did not reference Kavanaugh or anyone by name.
Judge has repeatedly refused to comment and will not testify in front of the committee.
“Mark is not speaking publicly until the Kavanaugh confirmation proceeding is concluded,” Judge’s attorney, Barbara Van Gelder, told The Daily Caller News Foundation earlier on Wednesday. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Mark Judge ‘Vehemently Denies’ Latest Round Of Sexual Assault Allegations From Avenatti’s Client, Won’t Testify Publicly)
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