Published: Wed, October 03, 2018
World News | By Sandy Lane

Dom Cozzolino, Victim of Alleged Kavanaugh Bar Fight

Dom Cozzolino, Victim of Alleged Kavanaugh Bar Fight

It's unclear if anyone was arrested, and in the report obtained by the Times, Kavanaugh refused to confirm or deny whether he threw the ice that started the "assault". So, Kavanaugh's drinking has been investigated, and subsequently, Dudley has come up.

Emily Bazelon co-wrote a New York Times piece published Tuesday about him being questioned by New Haven police during his junior year.

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The man next then "took a swing at Brett", Ludington continued, and then they were "two guys fighting - that was all very quick". Cozzolino declined to give a comment to The New York Times regarding the report, and has not released any statement on the matter. Chris Dudley, Kavanaugh's friend and classmate at Yale, was arrested, Hartman said, but it is unclear from the police report - which is handwritten and preserved on microfiche - whether charges were ever filed. For his part, speaking to the officers, Mr. Kavanaugh did not want "to say if he threw the ice or not", the police report said. The man told the three to stop looking at him and Kavanaugh flung his beer, Ludington said, starting a brawl. Ludington remembers the incident as being started after Kavanaugh threw a beer at the man, but regardless of what was thrown, the fight culminated with the man, then 21-year-old Dom Cozzolino, going to the hospital after former National Basketball Association player Chris Dudley threw a glass at Cozzolino's ear, causing it to bleed.

"The person sometimes being described in the press is not the Brett Kavanaugh that I have known as a good friend for 35 years", Dudley's statement read.

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The report is the latest indication that Kavanaugh drank to excess in his youth and, apparently, became belligerent. I was with Brett frequently in college, whether it be in the gym, in class or socializing. The Times' story was based on a police report about the incident.

She added in a follow-up tweet: "Those are fundamental values we try to instill in our students. Not one time", Dudley said. Dudley stressed that while he and Kavanaugh drank together in college, he never saw Kavanaugh black out.

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