Christine Blasey Ford remains to be being harassed and receiving threats greater than a month after she testified in entrance of the Senate Judiciary Committee that Supreme Courtroom Justice Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her, her attorneys advised NPR.
“Justice Kavanaugh ascended to the Supreme Courtroom, however the threats to Dr. Ford proceed,” Ford attorneys Debra Katz, Lisa Banks, and Michael Bromwich advised NPR in an announcement.
When she testified in entrance of the Judiciary Committee on Sept. 27, Ford mentioned she had been harassed and obtained dying threats after publicly accusing Kavanaugh of the assault in an interview with The Washington Publish earlier that month.
Ford mentioned Kavanaugh pinned her to a mattress throughout a highschool get together within the 1980s and tried to take away her garments, an allegation Kavanaugh fiercely denied in his personal testimony earlier than the committee.
Ford’s attorneys advised NPR that she is not excited about writing a e book or doing anything to generate profits off the expertise.
“Dr. Ford’s present focus is solely on recovering from the expertise and returning to her job duties – not on writing a e book,” her attorneys mentioned.
Final month, Ford’s attorneys advised NBC that she could not transfer again to her dwelling in California due to threats she and her household and obtained. Debra Katz, one among Ford’s attorneys, mentioned then that it will be “fairly a while” earlier than Ford might return dwelling.
“Her household has been by means of rather a lot,” Katz mentioned. “They aren’t dwelling at dwelling. It’ll be fairly a while earlier than they’re in a position to stay at dwelling. The threats have been endless. It is deplorable.”