Swetnick alleged she became one of the victims of "one of these "gang" or "train" rapes".
But he repeatedly ducked questions about why he and other majority committee Republicans had refused to ask Mark Judge, a conservative writer who Ford says was in the room and complicit in Kavanaugh's attack, to come testify to the committee.
"Brett Kavanaugh is going for a seat where he's going to have that seat on the Supreme Court for the rest of his life", she said. The woman, who is now accusing Kavanaugh of attending gang rape parties in the 1980s, reportedly threatened Vinneccy and did not stop doing so when he got married and had a child.
Attorney Michael Avenatti revealed on Thursday that reported sexual assault survivor Julie Swetnick is "demanding" an opportunity to be heard before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
She reportedly grew up in Montgomery County, Maryland and graduated from Gaithersburg High School in 1980. He said on MSNBC this morning that his firm has thoroughly vetted his client's claims, and points out that she holds a security clearance and has worked with a variety of governmental agencies, as listed on the first page of Swetnick's statement.
Swetnick is now the third woman to come forward by name with accusations against Kavanaugh.
President Donald Trump declined to answer a question about the latest allegations against Kavanaugh as he departed the United Nations on Wednesday.
She has alleged that Mr Kavanaugh would "drink excessively at many of these parties and engage in abusive and physically aggressive behaviour toward girls".
Committee spokesman Taylor Foy said Avenatti provided Swetnick's signed declaration on Wednesday.
Instead of submitting the serious charges of "gang rapes" to law enforcement, Swetnick and Avenatti sent a statement to the Senate, stressing that Kavanaugh's hearing should be delayed until the matter could be fully investigated. "Under no circumstances should Brett Kavanaugh be confirmed absent a full and complete investigation".
"The committee has written a letter to (Avenatti) asking him if he can produce his client for an interview under oath", said Sen.
Rasor's willingness to testify could increase pressure on Senate Republicans to call for an FBI investigation into the multiple sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh and to subpoena Judge.
Another woman, Deborah Ramirez, a former Yale University classmate, has said that the nominee once exposed himself to her at a dormitory party in the 1980s.