College Friend Goes to FBI With Tales of Kavanaugh’s Violent Drunken Behavior

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In the report, a New Haven police officer wrote that after 1 a.m. on September 26, 1985, a man found bleeding from the ear told officers that another man - identified in the report as Kavanaugh - "threw ice at him for some unknown reason". The act precipitated a brawl that drew in their other friend - Yale basketball star and future NBA player Chris Dudley - and eventually prompted a call to police.

It's unclear if anyone was arrested, and in the report obtained by the Times, Kavanaugh refused to confirm or deny whether he threw the ice that started the "assault".

Ludington said the man in question was annoyed by Kavanaugh and his classmates' attention, and got into an altercation with the Yale students, according to a report.

"The outlines of the incident were first referred to in a statement issued on Sunday by Chad Ludington, one of Judge Kavanaugh's college classmates and a member of the Yale basketball team". "I watched him drink more than a lot of people". It's not even clear from the report that Kavanaugh was drunk, let alone so drunk as to be in a blackout.

When asked about Judge Kavanaugh's drinking habits during a news conference on Monday, Mr Trump said he thought his answers during the hearing were "excellent".

Swisher says she's willing to talk to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The man ended up swinging at Kavanaugh, and a fight ensued.

Ford alleged that Kavanaugh was inebriated at the time; Kavanaugh denied the allegations and downplayed his drinking habits, stating he occasionally had "too many beers" while pushing back on the notion that he drank aggressively.

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Alcohol became the focus of the hearing on Thursday after Christine Blasey Ford gave wrenching testimony Thursday about allegedly being attacked by Kavanaugh when they were both teenagers.

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Fellow Yale alumnus and one-time Kavanaugh buddy Charles Ludington - now a history professor at North Carolina State University - recounted the incident Monday in interviews with Bloomberg News and CNN. But he has clear memories of the nominee's drinking during college and of the incident at the bar. "But to lie under oath, to lie about that".

Dudley recalled that Kavanaugh was never aggressive when he drank.

Ludington said he has no information about any of the allegations of sexual impropriety facing Kavanaugh. Sometimes others did. I liked beer.

As the investigation is not a criminal one, the FBI will not say whether it believes the allegations are true. And yes, now he really, really shouldn't be on the Supreme Court.

"I never saw Brett black out or not be able to remember the prior evening's events, nor did I ever see Brett act aggressive, hostile, or in a sexually aggressive manner to women", Dan Murphy said in a statement Monday.

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