Emily Ratajkowski and Amy Schumer detained at Kavanaugh protests

Posted October 07, 2018

Cape Town - Amy Schumer and Emily Ratajkowski were reportedly detained while protesting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.‏.

Comedian Amy Schumer was among a group of Kavanaugh protesters that were arrested at the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington D.C.

Schumer added that during the arrest, she herself was not wearing a bra either.

In the video, police ask: "Do you want to be arrested?"

Kavanaugh has repeatedly denied the allegations.

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"Let's stay together, let's fight, let's keep showing up", she said. Over two hundred of those marching were arrested after they began protesting inside a Senate building, including Schumer and Ratajkowski.

'Men who hurt women can no longer be placed in positions of power.

EMILY Ratajkowski took to social media to tell her fans she had been arrested after joining protesters in Washington.

Schumer and Ratajkowski appeared in the 2018 comedy "I Feel Pretty".

"I think we're going to get arrested", the actress and activist said in a video message to the child of a fellow protester, sent soon before she was seen being detained.

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She continued, "How about we show her the same courtesy and direct some of that toxic energy to the people who deserve it". The day before, she'd shared details about the protest on Instagram, imploring followers to "show up for your sisters and daughters and mothers" and stating her support for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.

Since the FBI's judgement increased the likelihood Kavanaugh would be voted into the Supreme Court, protests were organised on the Capitol steps.

Senators are due to vote on whether he should join the US Supreme Court today, paving the way for a full vote tomorrow.

An Indiana University professor who lived in the same dorm as Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh says he called the FBI with information that could help its investigation, but they never returned his call. Have you written three furious tweets to, I don't know maybe, someone who sexually assaulted someone?

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