The Senate Is Investigating More Misconduct Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh

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The Senate Judiciary Committee is investigating another allegation of misconduct levied at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

An anonymous complaint, sent to Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado, alleged that Kavanaugh physically assaulted a woman while intoxicated in Washington, D.C., in 1998. It’s unknown when the letter was sent to the senator.

The person who sent the complaint detailed an incident regarding her daughter, Kavanaugh, and many of their friends.

“My daughter (from Boulder Colorado) occasionally socialized with Brett Kavanaugh. She and a group of four (including Kavanaugh meet in a Washington D.C. bar). Her friend was dating him. When they left the bar (under the influence of alcohol) they were all shocked when Brett Kavanaugh shoved her friend up against the wall very aggressively and sexually,” the note said, which was passed on to The Daily Caller News Foundation.

According to NBC News, Republican Senate investigators asked Kavanaugh about this new complaint during a call on Tuesday, and Kavanaugh denied the event described. They also said that the writer of the letter and those who allegedly witnessed the incident plan to remain anonymous.

The most recent allegation against Kavanaugh came out earlier on Wednesday. (RELATED: Woman Repped By Avenatti Claims Kavanaugh Attended Gang-Rape Parties)

Kavanaugh and one of the three women accusing him of sexual misconduct are scheduled to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday. The committee also has scheduled a vote for Friday.

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