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Fourth Kavanaugh Accuser Comes Forward, Is Speaking to Authorities in Maryland: Report

The floodgates are opening.

Brett Kavanaugh (CSPAN / Screengrab)

UPDATE SEPT. 24, 2:58 PM:

The Montgomery Country Police Department on Monday said it has not recevied a request to investigate Brett Kavanaugh.

According to a statement, the department stand "ready to investigate any claim of sexual assault that is alleged to have occurred within our County."

As the Montgomery Country Sentinel reports in an update to their original piece, authorities spoke about the investigation on background:

"The letter came after additional allegations against him surfaced this weekend, from his time in college and in high school. Government investigators confirmed Monday they’re aware of a potential second sexual assault complaint in the county against former Georgetown Prep student and Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh.

While investigators weren’t specific and spoke on background, they said they are looking at allegations made against Kavanaugh during his senior year in high school after an anonymous witness voluntarily came forward to speak with them this weekend."

Read the original article below:

On Monday, the Montgomery County Sentinel reported that authorities in Montgomery County, Maryland are looking into a fourth potential allegation of assault at the hands of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

"While investigators weren’t specific and spoke on background, they said they are looking at allegations against Kavanaugh during his senior year in high school after an anonymous witness came forward this weekend," says the Sentinel.

This potential allegation follows that of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, a California psychology professor who alleges Kavanaugh and Georgetown Prep friend Mark Judge assaulted her at a suburban house party when she was 15; Deborah Ramirez, a Yale classmate who claims a drunken Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a dorm party in his freshman year; and a third anonymous accuser who is currently represented by celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti.

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Matthew Chapman is a video game designer, science fiction author, and political reporter from Austin, TX. Follow him on Twitter @fawfulfan.