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The former classmate allegedly reported to the FBI of another Kavanaugh allegation



A former Supreme Court classmate, Brett Kavanaugh, attempted to alert US Senators and the FBI to another previously unreported sexual misconduct allegation last year, the New York Times reported Saturday.

According to the newspaper, a Yale-born student named Max Stier said he saw Kavanaugh at a party in a drunken dorm where his friends would have shoved his penis into a student's hands. Kavanaugh was reportedly a freshman at the time of the incident.

Taurus declined to discuss the allegation with The Times, but the reporters said they confirmed details of the story with two officers talking to Taurus about the matter.

The Times report does not reveal if Taurus knew who the student was and whether she had verified that the incident had occurred as described by Taurus.

Stier's account is similar to a statement by Deborah Ramirez, another Yale classmate, who accused Kavanaugh of pulling down his pants and slapping her penis in another dorm party party.

The FBI has not investigated Stier's allegations, the Times reported.

President Donald Trump shakes hands with the Supreme Court judge, Brett Kavanaugh, before being sworn in on Monday, October 8, 2018, in the White House in Washington, DC.
Susan Walsh / AP

Although the FBI interviewed Ramirez in September 2018, 25 people whom Ramirez has identified as potentially confirming their allegations were not interviewed, according to The Times.

The newspaper added that many of the potential witnesses on Ramirez's list were trying to contact the FBI, but failed.

Kavanaugh was convicted in the Supreme Court last October after arguing violently about the numerous allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Kavanaugh vehemently denied the allegations of Ford and Ramirez. He declined to answer the Times reporters' questions about Tire's story.


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