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‘Incoherently drunk’ Brett Kavanaugh smashed pickup truck then refused to pay for damages says fellow Yale secret society member

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, composite image.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation received a notarized statement on Tuesday by alleging a drunken attack on a pickup truck, The Wall Street Journal reports.

The newspaper reviewed the redacted statement by a man who alleges Kavanaugh was “smashing the black cargo box” located in the bed of a Ford Courier pickup truck in the fall of 1986. The truck was parked on a New Haven street at the time.

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“I yelled again at the person, and realized it was Brett Kavanaugh,” the statement said.

The statement claims Kavanaugh was “uncontrollably, incoherently drunk” at the time of the incident.

The author of the statement says Kavanugh refused to pay for the damage when confronted at a meeting of “Truth and Courage” — a Yale secret society where both men were members.

The statement said that when Kavanaugh was “heavily” drunk, he could become “belligerent, offensive and even possibly criminal.”

One addtional source told The Journal that he recalled hearing that Kavanaugh had “broken into” the vehicle.

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Kavanaugh’s lawyer denied that the incident took place.

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