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ARCHIVES PROVE Michael Avenatti’s Client Julie Swetnick’s Partying Ways

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Michael Avenatti’s client Julie Swetnick, who was not included in the FBI investigation, partied well into adulthood and a meteorologist claims that she likes having sex with more than one man at the same time.

Swetnick claimed that Brett Kavanaugh was involved in gang rape parties, but has since backtracked on those allegations on several key points — namely, that she did not see Kavanaugh involved with any gang rapes.

The FBI report is in, the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh are discredited in the eyes of the public, and Kavanaugh’s confirmation vote is going forward.

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The Maryland woman’s history of partying is documented in the newspaper archives.

USA Today reported in early 2007 before the Super Bowl:

At Joe Theismann’s, the sports bar/restaurant in Alexandria, Va., owned by the legendary Redskins quarterback — where flat-screen TVs even hang above the urinals — the Super Bowl is “one of our biggest nights, and it gets nothing but bigger every year,” manager Chris Thompson says.

How many are actually watching the game, in or out of the bathroom, is another story.

Julie Swetnick of Bethesda, Md., eating lunch at the sports bar Sunday, has been invited to so many Super Bowl parties this year she doesn’t know what to do. “I might just spend a quarter here and a quarter there.”

Swetnick, who works for New York Life, says part of the fun of Super Bowl parties is to “network.” That and the lobster and jumbo shrimp and steak that are replacing the chips and dips of yore.

Does she follow the game? Well, yes, kind of. She thought the New Orleans Saints were playing this Sunday.

Did someone say amateur night?

USA Today passage ends

Big League Politics reported:

The third woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct has been outed by a former acquaintance as allegedly having a fetish for group sex.

“As I sat alone at the end of the bar, Julie approached me,” said Dennis Ketterer in a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee. “She was alone, quite beautiful, well-dressed and no drink in hand. Consequently, my initial thought was that she might be a high end call girl because at the time I weighed 350lbs so what would someone like her want with me?”

Ketterer was a meteorologist on the local news at the time.

“As we shared conversations, my lasting impression of Julie was that she was smart, fun and funny,” he said. “But she was also an opportunist. I felt she only had interest in my 350lb self because I was on television and well known.”

He claims that they never had sex because he was appalled when Swetnick revealed her sexual preferences to him.

Ketterer said:

During a conversation about our sexual preferences, things got derailed when Julie told me that she liked to have sex with more than one guy at a time. In fact sometimes with several at one time. She wanted to know ¡f that would be ok in our relationship.

I asked her if this was just a fantasy of hers. She responded that she first tried sex with multiple guys while in high school and still liked it from time-to-time. She brought it up because she wanted to know if I would be interested in that.

Swetnick is represented by creepy porn lawyer Michael Avenatti.

Her credibility, like his reputation as an honest attorney, leaves something to be desired. Swetnick changed her story – which she gave to Avenatti in a sworn affidavit – walking back her allegations of gang rape.

Avenatti declined to comment for this story.

 

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