Julie Swetnick: ‘I Cannot Specifically Say That [Kavanaugh] Was One Of The Ones Who Assaulted Me’
The third woman who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct stated during an interview with NBC’s Kate Snow that she could not definitively say that Kavanaugh was one of the teenage boys who assaulted her.
“What happened to me is probably the most horrendous, awful thing that could happen to any human being. My body was violated. My soul was broken. I was not able to have somebody stop when I said ‘no, stop.’ I felt like somebody took me and basically said you’re worthless,” Swetnick stated.
“I cannot specifically say that he was one of the ones who assaulted me. But before this happened to me, at that party, I saw Brett Kavanaugh there. I saw Mark Judge there,” she continued. “And they were hanging about the area where I started to feel disoriented and where the room was, and where the other boys were hanging out. And laughing. I could hear them laughing and laughing.”
“It’s very hard for me to talk about this, but it’s important that somebody says something, because if Brett Kavanaugh was one of those people that did this to me, there is no way in the world that he should go scot-free on this, and that he should be on the Supreme Court,” Swetnick added. “It’s just unthinkable to me. If he does, there’s no justice in the world.”
In the interview, she also named four people who allegedly went to these “gang rape” parties with her — but none of them were able to corroborate her story. (RELATED: Third Accuser Names Four People She Went To Alleged ‘Gang Bang’ Parties With – No One Corroborates Her Story Either)
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