Kavanaugh has denied these allegations.
In a sit-down with NBC News reporter Kate Snow, aired Monday on MSNBC's "The Beat With Ari Melber", Swetnick said Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge attended a party where she, then 19, was drugged and gang-raped. "These parties were a common occurrence in the area and occurred almost every weekend during the school year".
Of the accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Julie Swetnick's are by far the most outrageous. She swears in her statement to seeing Kavanaugh lined up outside a room at a party, waiting for his turn to rape someone inside. "But before this happened to me at that party, I saw Brett Kavanaugh there". Senate GOP aides told him they "didn't have a way" to pass his information to her, he said.
"I would see boys standing outside of rooms, congregated together, sort of like a gauntlet", she said. This, of course, is late-night TV gold, and Tuesday's Late Show got things started with a special Kavanaugh version UB40's hit cover of "Red Red Wine". Swetnik has accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.
She added, "I saw him around the punch ... I don't know what he did, but I saw him by them".
NBC said it reached out to four friends who Swetnick said were familiar with the parties. Her father "told me that she had psychological and other problems". "She brought it up because she wanted to know if I would be interested in that". "I would see them laughing".
"Not 'line, ' but definitely huddled by doors".
She says Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge were in the same part of the house earlier that evening but she can not be sure if they were involved."I can not specifically say that he was one of the ones who assaulted me", she said. "It was frightful. I had no way to fend them off".
The two of them met up over a few weeks, and had physical contact, but did not have sex, according to Ketterer, who said she knew he was married.
In its civil complaint in a state court in OR, the company said Swetnick, a software engineer, was an employee for a few weeks before its human resources department received a report that she had engaged in "unwelcome sexual innuendo and inappropriate conduct" toward two male co-workers at a business lunch. "In the police report, Kavanaugh declined to tell police if he threw the ice or not, he noted, "so Democratic senators, don't feel bad, he won't answer cops" questions, either".
But she said she only speculated Kavanaugh and Judge participated in the kind of gang-rape to which she says she was subjected. Both her mother and the officer she named to NBC are dead, and the network said the county told her it could take up to 30 days to respond to a request for any records. She never once mentioned that at all.
"I think she would say she's just being more descriptive now", Snow answered. "I believe this morning I heard it could be anywhere from '81 to '83".
"A criminal referral should be sent to the FBI/DOJ regarding the apparently false affidavit signed by Julie Swetnick that was submitted to the Senate", Cassidy tweeted. She offered more details during the interview, explaining who she saw and what she endured.
Swetnick was ripped apart on Twitter for her "exaggerations".