Federal Bureau of Investigation agents have begun contacting people as part of their re-opened background check into allegations by multiple women of sexual misconduct by Judge Brett Kavanaugh, The Washington Post reported Saturday.
The FBI has already reached out to Kavanaugh's Yale classmate Deborah Ramirez, who has accused Kavanaugh of shoving his genitals in her face and forced her to touch his penis without her consent.
The FBI is also investigating allegations by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
However, attorney Michael Avenatti said the FBI has yet to reach out to his client, Julie Swetnick.
"We have yet to hear from the FBI. When and if we do, we will promptly disclose to them all information and witnesses in our possession," he revealed Saturday. "We continue to request this opportunity as we have been doing for days. My client is telling the truth and deserves to be heard and not shamed."