"I thought I could kill myself involuntarily": a woman who accused Bret Kavanaugh, nominated by the Supreme Court, of sexually assaulting her 17-year-old wife, reveals herself as a university professor while she publicizes her heartbreaking account
Emily Goodin, U.S. Political reporter on Dailymail.com
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who wrote the letter accusing Bret Kavanaugh, a Supreme Court nominee, of sexual abuse, is making her story public, saying she thought he could kill her.
"I thought he could kill me inadvertently," Ford, now a 51-year-old research psychologist in northern California, told The Washington Post. "He was trying to attack me and take my clothes off."
Ford said he was able to escape when Kavanaugh's partner at Georgetown High School, Mark Judge, jumped on them and made them fall.
Christine Blasey Ford said she was worried that Brett Kavanaugh could kill her during a drunken stupor. assault on high school
She told the newspaper that she ran out of the room, locked herself briefly in a bathroom and then ran away from the house where the party was being held.
Ford said the incident happened during the summer in the early 1980s, when Kavanaugh and a friend, both "staggering drunk," accuses Ford, cornered her in a room during a meeting of teenagers in a house in Montgomery County. .