Creepy porn lawyer, Michael Avenetti, has managed to locate a third Kavanaugh accuser, who claims she was drugged and raped at a high school party. Julie Swetnick, 55-year-old certified systems engineer has come forward accusing Judge Kavanaugh of participating in spiking drinks to make it easier to rape the party attendees.
Julie Swetnick claims she “attended well over ten house parties in the Washington DC area during 1981 to 1983 were Mark Judge, and Brett Kavanaugh was present. These parties were a common occurrence in the area and occurred nearly every weekend during the school year.”
Ms. Swetnick’s statement about attending high school house parties in 1981-93 several years after she graduated, would seem odd, considering if what she’s saying is true, that would mean she was one of the only adults at not one, but several high school parties where, according to her, young girls were being raped. Why would a high school graduate be going to weekly high school parties with underage kids? Why did she continue to go to the parties if she knew girls were being raped there?
Today, a caller who identified himself as “Thomas”, called into The Kuhner Show on iHeart radio to shed a little light on who, exactly Julie Swetnick is, by explaining his family’s close relationship with her and with the parents of Julie Swetnick, the now deceased Marty and Elaine Swetinick. During his conversation with the host of the Kuhner Show, Thomas claimed his sister was also in classes with Julie Swetnick in school. Thomas said his sister called him when the story broke and referred to Swetnick as a “delusional whack job!”. He said, “growing up we always knew that Julie not only had issues, but she had a full subscription of them”. He also claimed that her mother worried about her substance abuse.
Listen to the audio of the radio interview HERE.
So, who is Julie Swetnick?
The –WSJ sheds a bit of life on Swetnick and with her history, which so far, reveals a sexual harassment lawsuit with a former employer which included a settlement, harassment charges, restraining orders, domestic abuse charges, IRS liens and more…
More recently, Ms. Swetnick moved into an upscale residential and retail area of Washington called City Center, into the same building where senior Trump adviser Stephen Miller lives and where former White House communications director Hope Hicks once resided.
Public records reveal a handful of instances in which Ms. Swetnick filed complaints against others, or been the subject of them. Mr. Avenatti didn’t respond to a request for comment.
In 1993, she filed a criminal harassment complaint with state prosecutors in Maryland against a podiatrist and his wife, alleging repeated phone calls, according to court records, but the case was withdrawn two months after it was filed.
In 2001, Ms. Swetnick was the defendant in a domestic-violence case filed by Richard Venneccy in Miami-Dade County, Fla. The case was dismissed when both parties failed to appear in court in March of that year, according to court documents reviewed by the Journal.
Fox News host Laura Ingraham of the Ingraham Angle tweeted about Swetncik and the domestic violence case she was involved with. Swetnick was the alleged abuser in the case.
In 2001, Avenatti’s “accuser #3” Julie Swetnick was the defendant in a domestic-violence case filed by Richard Venneccy in Miami-Dade County, Fla. He later filed for a restraining order against her.
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) September 27, 2018
Former The View host Jedediah Bila tweeted a quote from Richard Venneccy, the man who filed a domestic violence charge against Swetnick, as well as a restraining order against her, calling her “not credible”: “Right after I broke up with her, she was threatening my family, threatening my wife and threatening to do harm to my baby at that time,” Vinneccy said in a telephone interview with POLITICO. “I know a lot about her.” “She’s not credible at all,” he said. “Not at all.”
“Right after I broke up with her, she was threatening my family, threatening my wife and threatening to do harm to my baby at that time,” Vinneccy said in a telephone interview with POLITICO. "I know a lot about her.”
"She’s not credible at all,” he said. “Not at all.” https://t.co/Esi99OMuDk
— Jedediah Bila (@JedediahBila) September 27, 2018
Roughly a decade ago, Ms. Swetnick was involved in a dispute with her former employer, New York Life Insurance Co., over a sexual-harassment complaint she filed, according to people familiar with the matter. Representing her in the complaint was the firm run by Debra Katz, the lawyer currently representing Dr. Ford. The company ultimately reached a financial settlement with Ms. Swetnick, the people said.
A spokesman for New York Life confirmed that Ms. Swetnick worked there as an agent for less than two years, from 2006 to 2008. She didn’t list her work there on a résumé posted online.
Swetnick also had more than one run in with the IRS with unpaid taxes.
According to the WSJ, in 2015, Maryland’s comptroller filed a lien against her in Anne Arundel County, a suburb of Baltimore and Washington, for more than $30,000 in unpaid taxes. The state demanded about the same amount in interest and penalties for a total bill of $62,821. The state released the lien in 2016.
In 2017, the Internal Revenue Service filed a lien on Ms. Swetnick’s Washington apartment for $40,303 in unpaid taxes, and released it in March, saying the tax bill had been paid.
Hmmm…didn’t her attorney, the creepy porn lawyer, Michael Avenetti claim that she has “done work for the IRS”? Is this what he meant?
Here’s the portion of Swetnick’s unnotarized affidavit that was made public by her creepy porn lawyer, Michael AVenetti, that talks about how she’s “done work” for the IRS…LOL…the same IRS that twice placed liens on her properties.
Note, there is no visible notary signature after Julie Swetnick’s signature.