‘Jane Doe’ accuses Brett Kavanaugh of ‘raping me several times’; he calls it ‘B.S.’

An anonymous woman last week accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of repeatedly raping her while they were both teenagers.

Kavanaugh, she says, lifted her sweater and bra and digitally penetrated her, and then violently raped her ‘several times’ along with a friend who followed suit – before striking her and saying no one would believe her if she talked publicly about it.

‘Be a good girl,’ she claims Kavanaugh told her. 

It’s the third such claim – and by far the most aggressive one – to reach the Senate Judiciary Committee without a name attached, and without citing the place or time of an allegation.

Kavanaugh forcefully denied during a conference call with committee staff that he took part in an attack like what the writer claimed or had any knowledge of it.

‘The whole thing is ridiculous,’ he said, according to a transcript the committee released late Sunday night. ‘Nothing ever – anything like that, nothing. I mean, that’s – the whole thing is just a crock, farce, wrong, didn’t happen, not anything close.’

Judge Brett Kavanaugh continues to attract anonymous allegations of sexual misconduct, including one that reached the Senate Judiciary Committee last week via California Sen. Kamala Harris; an unnamed woman claims he and a friend raped her repeatedly after offering to drive her home from a high school party decades ago

Sen. Harris (right) received the letter prior to last Wednesday but never brought it up with Kavanaugh during a Thursday hearing

Sen. Harris (right) received the letter prior to last Wednesday but never brought it up with Kavanaugh during a Thursday hearing

Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, forcefully denied the 'Jane Doe' allegations during a conference call with Judiciary Committee aides

Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, forcefully denied the ‘Jane Doe’ allegations during a conference call with Judiciary Committee aides

The California office of Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris received a hand-written letter containing the woman’s claims, signed ‘Jane Doe.’

It’s unusual for a person to designate herself ‘Jane Doe,’ a placeholder name typically used by police or court officials to conceal the identity of someone whose identity they know.

As with other anonymous allegations, there’s no evidence to suggest whether the accuser is a real person or an agenda-driven writer’s creation.  

Jane Doe provided little about her identity other than saying she is a teacher with a family, and complained about Judiciary Committee Republicans in a way that suggests she may be black or Hispanic.

‘A group of white men, powerful senators who won’t believe me, will come after me’ if she were to come forward, she wrote.

The particulars of the latest allegation are more graphic than even those of Julie Swetnik, who has claimed she witnessed groups of teen boys in the 1980s, including Kavanaugh and high school friend Mark Judge, waiting in line to have sex with an inebriated girl.

Jane Doe’s story starts at a party and ends a few blocks from her house, with Kavanaugh and an unnamed friend in the back seat as villains. 

‘Kavanaugh kissed me forcefully’ and ‘continued to grope me over my clothes, forcing his kisses on me and putting his hand under my sweater,’ she wrote.

‘”No,” I yelled at him.’

With the boy in the backseat groping her while putting one hand over her mouth while she screamed, she wrote, Kavanaugh ‘pulled up my sweater and bra exposing my breasts, and reached into my panties, inserting his fingers into my vagina.’

Then, she claimed, Kavanaugh ‘slapped me and told me to be quiet and forced me to perform oral sex on him. He climaxed in my mouth.’

Kavanaugh and his friend, she continued, ‘forced me to go into the backseat and took turns raping me several times each.’

The future Supreme Court nominee ended the night, she claimed, by dropping her off two blocks from her home and warning: ‘No one will believe if you tell. Be a good girl.’ 

The conference call with Judiciary Committee staff happened last Wednesday, a day before the blockbuster hearing that featured dueling testimony from Kavanaugh and Christine Ford, who claimed last month that he once groped her and tried to undress her during a beer-fueled high school party in 1982.

Sen. Harris did not mention the Jane Doe letter during the time she was allotted to question Kavanaugh. 

Kavanaugh responded to Swetnick's claim with disbelief during last Wednesday's Judiciary Committee conference call

Kavanaugh responded to Swetnick’s claim with disbelief during last Wednesday’s Judiciary Committee conference call

President Donald Trump’s nominee has denied every accusation against him, seeing them as politically motivated slurs hurled by liberals who want to derail his elevation to America’s highest court.

In the latest conference call, he answered ‘No’ to nine separate questions about the letter. 

He also dismissed claims from Swetnick, whose attorney is Michael Avenatti – the same lawyer who represents pornographic actress Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against Trump.

‘I’m amazed in the United States that you can get the amount of attention for a totally bogus, B.S. charge that this received – just made up about me, and friends of mine too,’ he said. 

‘And, you know, this is just a – it’s a disgrace. It’s a circus. I don’t know where this ends.’

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