FBI Did Not Explore Allegations Made By Avenatti’s Client, Julie Swetnick

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Julie Swetnick claimed Brett Kavanaugh and others spiked girls' drinks during high school parties prior to raping them.

The FBI investigation into sexual misconduct allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh did not include accusations by Julie Swetnick, Kavanaugh’s third accuser, who claimed she attended parties in the 1980s where the nominee and other boys spiked girls’ drinks before lining up to rape them.

Swetnick said she too was raped at such a party by multiple boys.

From The New York Times:

> The F.B.I. apparently did not explore allegations by a third accuser, Julie Swetnick, who is represented by Michael Avenatti, a lawyer who also works for Stephanie Clifford, the former pornographic film star known as Stormy Daniels who was paid hush money to keep her from discussing what she said was an extramarital affair with Mr. Trump before the 2016 presidential election. Senate Democrats have not focused as much on Ms. Swetnick’s assertions as on those of Dr. Blasey and Ms. Ramirez.

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