[Ed. – Like cockroaches scurrying back into the walls when the light is turned on.]
Allegations of past sexual misconduct nearly derailed Brett Kavanaugh’s ascent to the Supreme Court bench.
While multiple women publicly accused Kavanaugh of sexually inappropriate behavior — mainly occurring at parties in high school or college — only one testified before lawmakers after they pushed back a scheduled confirmation vote: Christine Blasey Ford.
After a highly emotional hearing, with testimonies from both Kavanaugh and Ford, the judge was sworn in as the 114th Supreme Court justice in October.
Kavanaugh vehemently denied all of the sexual misconduct accusations made against him.
Months after they came forward with their allegations, here’s a look at where the women are today.
Since psychology professor Christine Blasey Ford testified before lawmakers, she has mostly remained out of the limelight — with just a few exceptions.
In December, Ford introduced Rachael Denhollander in a video message before the lawyer and former gymnast was presented with Sports Illustrated’s Inspiration of the Year award. Denhollander was the first woman who came forward to accuse former sports doctor Larry Nassar of sexual assault.