Authorities just revealed there’s a possible new sexual misconduct accuser against Kavanaugh

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The nation is slowly getting a better idea of exactly who Brett Kavanaugh, Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee, really is and the portrait emerging is a deeply unflattering one. Kavanaugh has been officially accused by two women of sexual misconduct when he was younger, with a third and fourth seemingly on the verge of emerging.

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The first, Christine Blasey Ford, alleges that Kavanaugh tried to rape her at a high school party while his friend Mike Judge was present. The second accuser, Deborah Ramirez, says that Kavanaugh forced his genitalia into her face while she was drunk at a college party.

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A third accuser seems to be waiting in the wings as Michael Avenatti, the attorney who became famous for representing porn star Stormy Daniels against Trump, tweeted over the weekend that he is representing a woman with information on Judge and Kavanaugh. He also alluded to Kavanaugh being involved with/arranging gang rapes.

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Now, The Montgomery Sentinel reports that investigators in Montgomery County, Maryland have confirmed that they are investigating a possible additional sexual misconduct allegation against Kavanaugh.

While details around the incident are still unclear, this accusation seems to date back to when Kavanaugh was in high school just as Christine Blasey Ford’s does. Investigators couldn’t say whether or not the incident they’re investigating is related to the story Avenatti has been teasing on Twitter.

At this point, it seems far more likely than not that Kavanaugh is a lifelong sexual predator. Even if it can’t be proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that he did what these women allege, his nomination should be pulled if there’s even a reasonable chance that he did.

This is not a trial and there is no presumption of innocence. This is a nomination to the most powerful court in the world, and we can’t take the risk of putting a rapist on the bench. These accusations won’t send him to prison, but they should bar him from seizing immense power over the country.

Original reporting by Brian Karem at the Montgomery Sentinel. 

Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.

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