Julie Swetnick, who became the third woman to accuse Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct when she claimed he was “present” at her gang rape, spoke with NBC New’s Kate Snow yesterday after reports surfaced that she would be excluded from the week-long FBI probe. Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, on Monday morning tweeted a photo of Swetnick speaking with Snow, accompanied by the caption “#Truth #Facts #Courage #Justice.” CNN’s Brian Stelter reports that NBC is now “reporting it out,” meaning the outlet is conducting its own vetting to determine which parts of the interview the network feels comfortable airing. Avenatti’s photo comes after he threatened to take his client’s claims public Saturday if the FBI probe was not expanded to include Swetnick’s allegations. It remains unclear if or when the segment will air.
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