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A third woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct has come forward — alleging he drugged women at parties in the 1980s who were then gang-raped.

In a signed declaration released Wednesday, a woman named Julie Swetnick says she knew Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge during high school in 1981 and 1982, and alleges she saw them spike punch at house parties so that women who drank it could be “gang raped” by a “train” of boys.

WIBC host Tony Katz:

“This is insane. Six FBI investigations, but you mean this didn’t come up? This is a sworn affidavit. You lie on this and there are severe consequences.

…She says she saw this repeatedly; she saw it happen at 10 different house parties. Why would you keep going to house parties where this is taking place?

If you read through this entire affidavit, this paints a picture of D.C. high society in the 1980s when teen girls are being subjected to rape trains, and no one leaked this until now, 37 years later?”

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