Brett Kavanaugh once described his high school friends as a 'group of obnoxious drunks' in a letter written ahead of a week of partying in a Maryland condo.
Kavanaugh made the remark in a handwritten letter to seven of his Georgetown Prep classmates in 1983 as they descended on a property in Ocean City for 'Beach Week'.
The letter mostly gives instructions for those arriving at the condo ahead of him, but also includes several off-the-cuff remarks that have taken on new significance after he was accused of assaulting multiple women while drunk.
Brett Kavanaugh wrote to seven of his Georgetown Prep classmates in 1983 as they prepared to descend on a Maryland condo for 'Beach Week', saying: 'We're loud obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us'
A section of the letter Kavanaugh wrote to seven of his Georgetown Prep classmates in 1983 as they descended on a property in Ocean City for 'Beach Week', including a suggestion the neighbors should be warned of 'loud, obnoxious drunks' heading their way
The existence of the letter was uncovered by the New York Times, which printed two photocopied pages of it on Tuesday.
In it, Kavanaugh expresses his fear that his group of friends could be kicked out of the pad they had rented to host their raucous celebrations.
He makes it clear that limits will have to be placed on other boys coming along from school, saying: 'We might have to give the boot or else we might get it ourselves.'
But, as far as women are concerned, his says: 'I think we are unanimous that any girls we can beg to stay there are welcomed with open... Anyway, I think we're all set.'
He the adds: 'Remember that the eight of us are in charge - we get the beds and we kick people out - no one else.
'The danger of eviction is great and that would suck because of the money and because this week has big potential (interpret as [you] wish.)'
In a post-script, he says: 'It would probably be a good idea on Saturday the 18th to warn the neighbors that we're loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us. Advise them to go about 30 miles.'
The Times contacted Kavanaugh about the letter, who confirmed that he wrote it ahead of 'Beach Week' in the summer of 1983, but refused to comment further.
The letter has the initials 'PJ' at the top, likely a reference to Patrick J. Smyth, a friend from high school who remains close to Kavanaugh to this day.
It is not known exactly who the other seven recipients are, though it likely included Mark Judge, another friend from high school who has been accused of being