Avenatti Won’t Say What Kavanaugh Did, Deferring to Declaration Avenatti Won’t Say What Kavanaugh Did, Deferring to Declaration – NTK Network

Avenatti Won’t Say What Kavanaugh Did, Deferring to Declaration

"We're not going to provide any additional comment on that exact question until the coming days," Avenatti said.

By NTK Staff | 09.26.2018 @12:11pm

Michael Avenatti, the celebrity attorney who first gained publicity representing adult film star Stormy Daniels, is now representing Julie Swetnick, the third women to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. Avenatti would not say exactly what Swetnick is accusing Kavanaugh of doing during an interview with “The View” on Wednesday.

Abby Huntsman asked Avenatti to explain what, specifically, Judge Kavanaugh did to Julie Swetnick.

“Well, I’m going to stand on the exact language in the declaration. It’s laid out in detail in the declaration. There’s a reason why it’s laid out in the declaration, and we’re not going to provide any additional comment on that exact question until the coming days,” Avenatti said.

The declaration, which Avenatti tweeted on Wednesday morning and which is signed by Swetnick, alleges Kavanaugh and his friend, Mark Judge, drank excessively, made “crude sexual comments” about women, and sought to “spike” women’s drinks at parties.

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