Mark Judge’s Ex Says He Admitted To ‘Taking Turns Having Sex With A Drunk Woman’ With His Friends

on September 18, 2018 in Washington, DC.
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Elizabeth Rasor, a college classmate and former girlfriend of Mark Judge, the accused accomplice in Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged sexual assault of professor Christine Blasey Ford, says that Judge admitted to her an episode in which he and his friends took turns “having sex” with a drunk woman.

According to a Sunday New Yorker report, Rasor came forward with the information after seeing Judge’s denial that there was a culture of sexual assault at Georgetown Prep, where both he and Kavanaugh went to high school at the time that Blasey Ford’s assault allegedly occurred.

Judge had given an interview to the Weekly Standard where he called Blasey Ford’s allegation “just absolutely nuts” adding that “I can recall a lot of rough-housing with guys. I don’t remember any of that stuff going on with girls.”

“Under normal circumstances, I wouldn’t reveal information that was told in confidence,” Rasor told the New Yorker. “[But] I can’t stand by and watch him lie.”

Rasor said that she has no knowledge of whether Kavanaugh was part of that episode, but shared it to contradict Judge’s statements that Georgetown Prep was squeaky clean.

Judge’s attorney says he “categorically denies” the charge.

Another woman and former attendee of a high school near Georgetown Prep told the New Yorker that male students routinely “would get a female student blind drunk” on “jungle juice” — grain alcohol and Hawaiian Punch — and try to take advantage of her.

“It was disgusting,” she told the New Yorker. “They treated women like meat.” This woman has also sent a letter to Blasey Ford’s lawyers with her account of the environment at the time.

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