Police questioned Kavanaugh after bar fight in 1985

Police questioned Kavanaugh after bar fight in 1985

Charles Ludington, who was a witness, said a man resembling UB40's lead singer had asked Mr Kavanaugh and his friend Chris Dudley to stop looking at him and used an expletive.

Kavanaugh was accused of throwing ice at a man in 1985.

The victim, Dom Cozzolino, was "bleeding from the right ear" and taken to a hospital, as told in a police report obtained by the Times.

As an undergraduate student at Yale, Brett M. Kavanaugh was involved in an altercation at a local bar during which he was accused of throwing ice on another patron, according to a police report.

Ludington told the Washington Post that when Kavanaugh drank, he was often aggressive.

Chad Ludington, a former classmate of Kavanaugh's, has said Kavanaugh did not tell the truth about his drinking in his testimony Thursday to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Ms Swetnick says she went to house parties attended by Mr Kavanaugh in the early 1980s, where she said he and his friends had tried to "spike" girls' drinks.

A woman, Kathryn Mayorga, filed a lawsuit last week against the Portuguese athlete, saying Ronaldo coerced her into signing a settlement and nondisclosure agreement about an alleged assault in 2009, reports CNN.

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Hartman says Kavanaugh was part of the investigation but not arrested.

Kavanaugh has stumbled en route to being confirmed for a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court, amid allegations of sexual misconduct and scrutiny from Senate Democrats on his drinking.

This, despite heavy evidence to the contrary, as the Times dug up the presumably drunken altercation that occurred on September 25, 1985, outside of a club called Demery's.

Dudley said Kavanaugh consumed alcohol, but never too much.

Hartman, the police spokesman, said the 33-year-old report offers no indication Kavanaugh, Dudley or anyone else questioned by police were drunk. President Donald Trump tweeted that no matter how much time and discretion the Federal Bureau of Investigation was given, "it will never be enough" for Democrats trying to keep Kavanaugh off the bench.

Ludington said that Kavanaugh had played down "the degree and frequency" of his drinking, and that the judge had often become "belligerent and aggressive" while intoxicated.

The White House did not immediately respond to requests from the Times for comment on Monday. "I first found out that my name was being dragged into the biggest news story of the year when I woke up and my wife came in and said: 'What's all this about you and Brett Kavanaugh?'", he explained.

Kavanaugh has denied all the allegations.

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