MSNBC anchor Kate Snow interviewed the third woman who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Monday afternoon. Julie Swetnick, who alleges that Kavanaugh attended parties where numerous gang rapes occurred, named four people who allegedly went to these parties — but none of them corroborated her story.
Snow asked, “Are there friends who remember these parties too?”
“Oh I think everyone in the county remembers those parties,” Swetnick responded.
Snow, narrating the interview, said, “This morning, Swetnick provided four names of friends she says went to the parties with her. One of them says he does not recall a Julie Swetnick. Another of the friends she named is deceased. We’ve reached out to the other two and haven’t heard back. Swetnick says after the alleged attack on her when she was 19, she never returned to those big house parties.”
Last week, Swetnick — who’s being represented by Michael Avenatti — accused Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge of drugging and gang raping women. (RELATED: Woman Ripped By Avenatti Claims Kavanaugh Attended Gang-Rape Parties)
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