Avenatti Admits There Are Facts That Prove Kavanaugh May Not Have Been Involved in Alleged Incident Avenatti Admits There Are Facts That Prove Kavanaugh May Not Have Been Involved in Alleged Incident – NTK Network

Avenatti Admits There Are Facts That Prove Kavanaugh May Not Have Been Involved in Alleged Incident

"There's other facts that may lend credence to the fact he was not involved. So, it's not as simple as just a yes or no answer."

By NTK Staff | 09.27.2018 @11:08am

Attorney Michael Avenatti admitted that “there’s other facts that may lend credence to the fact” that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh “was not involved,” in the alleged “gang rape” of his client, Julie Swetnick, during an interview on Wednesday.

Swetnick came forward on Wednesday and accused Kavanaugh of attending high school parties in the 1980s where “gang rapes” occurred.

MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell asked Avenatti why Swetnick could not say whether Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.

“Well, I know it may appear to be a simple question, Lawrence, but it’s not, and here’s why: because my client was effectively drugged at the time. So she has things that she observed, associated with that gang rape that we believe lend credence to the fact that Brett Kavanaugh was involved,” Avenatti said.

Avenatti then told O’Donnell, however, that “there’s other facts that may lend credence to the fact he was not involved. So, it’s not as simple as just a yes or no answer. Otherwise, I’d be happy to answer it for you.”

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