Business Insider reports:
A former college classmate of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh tried to tip off US senators and the FBI last year to another previously unreported sexual misconduct allegation, The New York Times reported Saturday.
According to the newspaper, a former Yale student named Max Stier said he saw Kavanaugh at a drunken dorm party where his friends pushed his penis into a female student’s hands. Kavanaugh was reportedly a freshman at the time of the incident. Stier declined to discuss the allegation with The Times, but the reporters said they corroborated details of the story with two officials who spoke about the matter with Stier.
Stier’s account bears similarities to an allegation made by Deborah Ramirez, another Yale classmate who accused Kavanaugh of pulling his pants down and thrusting his penis in her face at a different dorm party.
The lengthy Times report is here.
Two @nytimes reporters, @rpogrebin and @katekelly, spent months independently reporting out Deborah Ramirez’s allegation against Brett Kavanaugh and found it credible—and documented another serious claim of misconduct with an eyewitness: https://t.co/XquETEtHI1
— Ronan Farrow (@RonanFarrow) September 15, 2019
Every single senator who voted for Brett Kavanaugh despite the clear obfuscation and obstruction of the investigation into his history of sexual assault should feel deeply ashamed. It is an enormous tragedy of the democratic process.
— Charlotte Clymer🏳️🌈 (@cmclymer) September 15, 2019
God bless Christine Blasey Ford and all the bullshit she suffered through to expose Brett Kavanaugh’s predation
— Max Burns (@themaxburns) September 15, 2019
Now let’s find out who paid off Brett Kavanaugh’s debt while the press is doing the FBI’s job.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) September 15, 2019
It’s a sad sign of the times that the hashtag #ImpeachTheMF could refer to either of TWO lying scumbags: Donald Trump or Brett Kavanaugh.
— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) September 15, 2019
Seems like a good time to remind folks that pending complaints against then-Judge Kavanaugh were dismissed after he ascended to SCOTUS because the judicial council decided it lacked further jurisdiction over him. https://t.co/QGZ4ftzyXl
— Joyce Alene (@JoyceWhiteVance) September 15, 2019