Republican Yale classmate speaks out to detail how Brett Kavanaugh DID repeatedly drink to excess

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A Yale classmate of Brett Kavanaugh's claims the Supreme Court nominee lied about his drinking habits in college during his Thursday hearing.

'I like beer, I still like beer,' Kavanaugh testified under oath in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. 'But I did not drink beer to the point of blacking out, and I never sexually assaulted anyone.'

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But Lynne Brookes tells ABC News that she recalls his drinking habits as much more extreme than what Kavanaugh conveyed during his hearing.

Brookes, a registered Republican in Pennsylvania, said she was in the 'exact same social circles' as the embroiled judge while they both attended Yale and he 'mischaracterized himself' when describing his drinking habits Thursday.

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'From something I witnessed personally,' Brookes said. 'I find it very hard to imagine that he never blacked out or had memory problems.'

During Dr Christine Blasey Ford's portion of the hearing, she explained how she feared for her life when a 'visibly drunk' Kavanaugh sexually attacked her at a high school party when she was 15.

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Following her testimony, Kavanaugh denied ever sexually assaulting Ford but repeatedly evaded questions about his drinking in high school and college.

When asked by Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar whether he had ever drank so much that he lost memory, Kavanaugh deflected, saying: 'No, I remember what happened. And I think you've probably had beers, Senator.'

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Brookes told CNN that she and other Yale colleges were 'extremely disappointed' at the way Kavanaugh 'evaded' his excessive drinking questions.

She further added that Kavanaugh misrepresented students' ability to balance school work and social life at Yale.

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