Stormy Daniels' Lawyer Suggests Kavanaugh Ran a Gang Rape Ring In High School


Michael Avenatti, the sleazy attorney famous for a) representing porn star Stormy Daniels and b) loving the sound of his own voice, has now accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of running a gang rape ring in high school.

And yes, this is real life.

Avenatti shared screen shots on Twitter Sunday of an email exchange between himself and Mike Davis, the Senate Judiciary Committee's Chief Counsel for Nominations, in which Avenatti claims to be "aware of significant evidence of multiple house parties in the Washington, D.C. area during the early 1980s, during which Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge and others would participate in the targeting of women with alcohol/drugs to allow a 'train' of men to subsequently gang rape them. There are multiple witnesses that will corroborate these facts and each of them must be called to testify publicly."

In the email, Avenatti demands senators ask Kavanaugh a series of questions about this so-called gang rape group, including whether he ever raped anyone or “trained” someone else to do so. Here's the list:

1. Did you ever target one or more women for sex or rape at a house party?

2. Did you even attend any house party during which a woman was gang raped or used for sex by multiple men?

3. Did you ever witness a line of men outside a bedroom at any house party where you understood a woman was in the bedroom being raped or taken advantage of?

4. Did you even participate in any sexual conduct with a woman at a house party whom you understood to be intoxicated or under the influence of drugs?

5. Did you ever communicate with Mark Judge or anyone else about your participation in a "train" involving an intoxicated woman?

6. Did you even object or attempt to prevent one or more men from participating in the rape, or taking advantage, of a woman at any house party?

Avenatti then suggests there’s a damning entry in Kavanaugh’s yearbook that contains a clue about this predatory group. (Fair warning, though: Avenatti’s allegation is crude, disgusting and offensive.)

For Kavanaugh’s part, he’s denied any accusation that he’s ever sexually assaulted anyone. The three witnesses that Christine Blasey Ford named in her account of her alleged assault have denied any knowledge of the incident, or having ever been at a party like the one she described.


(Editor note: Mark Judge is a freelance writer who has written pieces for MRCTV.)

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