Here's the calendar Brett Kavanaugh gave a Senate committee from the summer of an alleged sexual assault

Win McNamee/Getty ImagesBrett Kavanaugh is facing two allegations of sexual misconduct.
  • The Senate Judiciary Committee has released pages of a calendar belonging to Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee.
  • The pages are from May to August 1982, the summer that Christine Blasey Ford alleges Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.
  • They include references to parties Kavanaugh attended.
  • Kavanaugh’s lawyers sent the pages to the committee late on Tuesday, aiming to disprove Ford’s allegation.
  • Ford and Kavanaugh are both set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday.

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday released several pages from a calendar belonging to Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court nominee, from the summer when Christine Blasey Ford alleges he sexually assaulted her.

The calendar pages are from May to August 1982, after Kavanaugh’s junior year at Georgetown Prep in Montgomery County, Maryland. They reference various parties Kavanaugh attended in those months.

Kavanaugh’s lawyers sent the pages to the committee late on Tuesday, according to USA Today, aiming to disprove Ford’s allegation that he sexually assaulted her at a party around that time.

Ford has said she doesn’t know the exact date or location of the party.

Here are the calendar pages:

Kavanaugh Summer 1982 CalendarPages by Brett LoGiurato onScribd

There is no explicit mention of Ford in the pages. But they do appear to reference Mark Judge, who Ford has said was in the room while Kavanaugh attempted to force himself on her.

Ford and Kavanaugh are both set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday. Senate Democrats have called for Judge to testify, but he has said he has no knowledge of the incident and does not wish to speak publicly on the matter.

Kavanaugh has also been accused of sexual misconduct by Deborah Ramirez, a woman with whom he went to college.

Ramirez’s lawyer, John Clune, said on Wednesday morning that his client was willing to testify as well.

“She would be willing to testify, but she wants … us to be able to have this conversation about what this is going to look like, what the process is going to be, and if there’s going to be an FBI investigation into what happened in her case,” Clune told CBS News.

Clune also said Senate Republicans skipped a scheduled call with him and Ramirez on Tuesday night.

The attorney Michael Avenatti has also said that he has a client with evidence of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh and that he could reveal that person’s identity before Thursday.

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