Third Accuser Of Kavanaugh Has A History Of Making False Sexual Misconduct Allegations!

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Article by Bryan Howard

September 30, 2018

Julie Swetnick the third accuser against Brett Kavanaugh for sexual misconduct has a history of making false sexual misconduct allegations. Swetnick claimed Brett Kavanaugh was running a gang rape ring when he was 15. It was released by a Portland-based Webtrends who Swetnick attempted to sue for sexual misconduct within weeks of her working there, countered sued her for false allegations of sexual misconduct.

While during the counter lawsuit against Swetnick the company discovered she also lied about graduating from John Hopkins University. The University verified she never attended the University at any time

OregonLive reports:

Julie Swetnick, one of the women accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, faced allegations of her own misconduct during a short stint at a Portland tech company 18 years ago.

The lawsuit was dismissed shortly after it was filed late in 2000, court documents show. In emails to The Oregonian/OregonLive, Avenatti called the allegations against his client, “Completely bogus.”

In the suit, Webtrends alleged Swetnick claimed to have graduated from Johns Hopkins University but the company said it subsequently learned the school had no record of her attendance. Webtrends said she also “falsely described her work experience” at a prior employer.

The suit also alleges Swetnick “engaged in unwelcome, sexually offensive conduct” while at Webtrends and “made false and retaliatory allegations that other co-workers had engaged in inappropriate conduct toward her.”

The Daily Caller went in further detail,

Swetnick’s alleged conduct took place in June 2000, just three weeks after she started working at WebTrends, the complaint shows. WebTrends conducted an investigation that found both male employees gave similar accounts of Swetnick engaging in “unwelcome sexual innuendo and inappropriate conduct” toward them during a business lunch in front of customers, the complaint said.

Swetnick denied the allegations and, WebTrends alleged, “in a transparent effort to divert attention from her own inappropriate behavior … [made] false and retaliatory allegations” of sexual harassment against two other male co-workers.

“Based on its investigations, WebTrends determined that Swetnick had engaged in inappropriate conduct, but that no corroborating evidence existed to support Swetnick’s allegations against her coworkers,” the complaint said.

After a WebTrends human resources director informed Swetnick that the company was unable to corroborate the sexual harassment allegations she had made, she “remarkably” walked back the allegations, according to the complaint.

This report comes after her ex-boyfriend claimed he had to file a restraining order against her and she is not credible.

The Democrats during the Kavanaugh hearing were claiming this was a credible allegation against him the entire time when it clearly wasn’t credible.