Two former girlfriends of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh spoke out Monday on "The Story" in support of him, in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations.

A California professor named Christine Blasey Ford was named as the formerly anonymous person in a report alleging Kavanaugh forced him self upon her at a party in Montgomery County, Md. in the 1980s.

Ford's account was brought to the Senate Judiciary Committee's attention by Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.).

Maura Fitzgerald and Maura Kane both joined 63 other women in signing a letter in support of Kavanaugh, Martha MacCallum reported.

Fitzgerald said she was "absolutely shocked" at the allegations against Kavanaugh and said they are "the polar opposite of the Brett Kavanaugh that I've known for over 35 years."


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Kane said she also "couldn't believe" the allegations, adding that she attended the judge's public confirmation hearings and witnessed several other women offering statements supporting Kavanaugh.

MacCallum said the situation reminds many people of how Anita Hill accused then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of untoward conduct in the workplace. 

"All of the years that I've known Brett, even if he had a beer, he was always in complete control," Fitzgerald said, nodding to the facet of the allegations that said Kavanaugh was intoxicated at the time of the purported incident.

Kane said that she drank socially with Kavanaugh while they were in high school, adding that the drinking age in the District of Columbia was 18 at the time.

"He never became 'someone different' after drinking," she said.

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