'They treated women like meat': Mark Judge’s college girlfriend calls him out for down-playing Georgetown Prep culture
September 23, 2018
A three-year girlfriend of Mark Judge has serious allegations that call into question his account of incidents at Georgetown Prep.
Former Georgetown Prep student Eric Ruyak nailed Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge in a Facebook post this week. He claimed Judge not only attacked him for outing a priest who molested youth but tried to blame it on "unchecked liberalism." But now, Judge's ex-girlfriend is backing him up.
In a story that outlined a second sexual assault accuser, Elizabeth Rasor came forward about her information on Judge and Kavanaugh.
Rasor told New Yorker reporter Ronan Farrow that she met Judge at Catholic University and that she felt morally obligated challenging his characterization of "horseplay" in high school.
"Under normal circumstances, I wouldn't reveal information that was told in confidence," she said. However, "I can't stand by and watch him lie."
Judge told her a different story about an incident involving him and other boys taking turns having sex with a drunk woman. Judge made it sound consensual and never named any other men involved. She does not know whether Kavanaugh participated.
After hearing the accusations and Judge's response, she noted dismissal of the high school incidents were not "sexual innocence of Georgetown Prep."
A second woman who attended high school in the 1980s in the same county as Georgetown Prep refuted Judge as well. In a letter to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and her attorneys, the woman said she witnessed boys at parties including Georgetown Prep students that engaged in "sexual misconduct."
The woman recalled male students who “would get a female student blind drunk” on what they called “jungle juice," which was grain alcohol and Hawaiian Punch. They would then try to take advantage of her.
“It was disgusting,” the woman said. “They treated women like meat.”
She wanted her identity withheld out of fear of political retribution.
Two women have come forward accusing Kavanaugh of assault and attorney Michael Avenatti came forward Sunday saying he was representing a third accuser.
Kavanaugh has also been accused of like his law clerks to have a "certain look." He also clerked for Judge Alex Kozinski, who was forced to resign after multiple sexual harassment allegations. Kavanaugh then allegedly lied about what he knew.