The word "Renate" can be found 14 times across Georgetown Prep's 1983 yearbook in these profiles and in a caption under a group photo of Kavanaugh and his football teammates, who called themselves "Renate Alumni". I can't begin to comprehend what goes through the minds of 17-year-old boys who write such things, but the insinuation is awful, hurtful, and simply untrue.
Before the Times story was published, Dolphin had been one of 65 women who signed a letter supporting Kavanaugh's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. She and I never had any sexual interaction at all.
Dolphin has not accused Kavanaugh of any misconduct, but she is a new voice among the two women who have leveled allegations against him in the past week: Christine Blasey Ford and Debbie Ramirez. "I can't express how disgusted I am with them, then and now".
In a statement, Kavanaugh's lawyer Alexandra Walsh claimed the mention refers to a single kiss the two shared in high school.
Avenatti, who is also the lawyer for Stormy Daniels, who is involved in a legal dispute with President Donald Trump over an alleged affair, said that he "will disclose the client's name and accusations [against Kavanaugh] only when SHE is ready and we have adequate security measures in place".
Kavanaugh also reiterated comments he first made in a Fox News interview about remaining a virgin throughout high school and for "many years after that". He admired her very much then, and he admires her to this day.
"Judge Kavanaugh and Ms. Dolphin attended one high school event together and shared a brief kiss good night following that event", she continued.
'They had no other such encounter.
"I think Brett must have me confused with someone else, because I never kissed him", Dolphin said. Another student penned a crude poem, which is included in his yearbook page.
According to a person close to Dolphin, she was aware of the poem being recited by her former classmates and requested that they stop saying it.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders told ABC on Tuesday that the White House would be open to Ramirez testifying at Thursday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing alongside Kavanaugh and Blasey Ford.