Man Who Said Kavanaugh Raped Woman on Boat Got What Was Coming to Him

As you are painfully aware, Judge Brett Kavanaugh has been accused by multiple people of sexual assault. Of course, there is still no proof.

A man claimed Kavanaugh raped a woman on a boat back in 1985.

He lied.

It was a hoax.

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Now, that man is getting what he had coming to him.

Judiciary Chair Chuck Grassley (R-IA) has just referred this guy to the Dept. of Justice.


From TurnTo10:

A Rhode Island man who claimed U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman aboard a boat in Rhode Island more than 30 years ago apologized Wednesday, saying he “made a mistake.”

A 45-page transcript from the Senate Judiciary Committee notes that a man called Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse’s office Monday and said his “close acquaintance…was sexually assaulted by two heavily inebriated men she referred to at the time as Brett and Mark” during the summer of 1985.

The man said that he and another unidentified man later “physically confronted the two men, leaving them with significant injuries,” according to the transcript.


He said he decided to contact Whitehouse’s office because he “realized that one of the men was Brett Kavanaugh when he saw Kavanaugh’s high school year book photo on television” during the weekend.

While the man’s name was redacted from the transcript, reporters from later identified him as “Jeffrey Catalan” through social media posts.

“Everyone who is going crazy about what I had said I have recanted because I have made a mistake and apologize for such mistake,” a Twitter account using the name Jeffrey Catalan noted after the claim was made public Wednesday.


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