An ex-boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford has come forward to contradict her testimony that she was claustrophobic and had trouble flying as a result of her alleged assault.
The mystery ex says he lived with Ford for a time and dated her for a period of six years until he found out that she cheated on him. He also witnessed her coaching a friend on passing a lie detector test. Ford denied under oath that she had ever done that.
'Never,' she told senators as she testified against Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh, her alleged attacker.
Ford further claimed that she had not had 'any discussions with anyone ... on how to take a polygraph' and had not 'given any tips or advice to anyone who was looking to take a polygraph test' before taking her own lie detector test in August.
An ex-boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford has come forward to contradict her testimony that she was claustrophobic and had trouble flying as a result of her alleged assault
Sen. Chuck Grassley then sent a seething letter to the attorneys of Christine Ford on Tuesday evening accusing the sexual assault accuser's lawyers withholding critical information from the U.S. Senate.
Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, demanded Ford's therapy notes and suggested that she intentionally misled lawmakers in her Thursday testimony. Ford says she talked about the alleged incident involving Brett Kavanaugh with her therapist six years ago but has offered no proof.
'Your continued withholding of material evidence despite multiple requests is unacceptable as the Senate exercises its constitutional responsibility of advice and consent for a judicial nomination,' he wrote, according to Fox News.
Ford was specifically asked about her experience with lie detector tests at her hearing and about an alleged fear of flying that nearly prevented her from making it to Washington.
She said she wanted to committee staff to come to her in California, but realized it was an