A 1985 altercation in a CT bar that allegedly involved Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh led to the arrest of one of his close friends at Yale, a copy of an unredacted police report on the incident provided to CNN Tuesday shows. Liz Swisher, another classmate, told CNN that Kavanaugh was not truthful in his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee about his drinking habits when he was at Yale.
Dudley denied the allegations, according to the police report, "and Mr. Kavanaugh didn't (want) to say if he threw the ice or not". The designation signifies anyone who was interviewed by police who may have witnessed the incident or anyone who had been spoken to about the incident, according to Dave Hartman, a spokesman for the New Haven Police Department. Ludington said Kavanaugh cursed at the man, and that Kavanaugh's friend, basketball player Chris Dudley, threw a glass in the face of the guy they thought was Campbell.
Sanders also shared a July tweet from Times reporter Emily Bazelon - who wrote Monday's article about the bar fight and police report - in which she disassociated herself from compliments about Kavanaugh shortly after President Donald Trump nominated him for the Supreme Court.
"To be clear, after investigation, Chris Dudley was never arrested by Yale or New Haven Police, was never charged with a crime, and never set foot in court", Sherman told CNN.
The report did not indicate whether any charges were filed and whether there were any arrests, according to The Times. The incident reportedly occurred at a bar called Demery's.
The bar fight report comes amid Kavanaugh's testimony in which he challenged claims that suggested he was a "sloppy drunk". Dudley also did not respond to the Times, and Cozzolino declined to comment to the newspaper.
Charles "Chad" Ludington, an associate professor of history at North Carolina State University, released a statement saying Kavanaugh "has not told the truth" when denying he never blacked out and otherwise downplayed his drinking as a young man.
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As the investigation is not a criminal one, the FBI will not say whether it believes the allegations are true. Ludington said he has no information about any of the allegations of sexual impropriety facing Kavanaugh.
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Ludington said he would not discuss Kavanaugh with the media, but would tell his story to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Kavanaugh was accused of throwing ice at a man in 1985.
Dudley recalled that Kavanaugh was never aggressive when he drank.
"I don't know what Brett was doing in the melee, but there was blood, there was glass, there was beer and there was some shouting, and then the police showed up", Ludington added. They looked around and asked questions, he said, and then Dudley was put in a squad auto and taken to jail.