Brett Kavanaugh
Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh answers questions during the second day of his Supreme Court confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., Sept. 5, 2018. Getty Images/ Win McNamee

The list of sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh grows with additional two claims surfacing Wednesday. However, Kavanaugh has vehemently denied all the accusations.

After Christine Blasey Ford, Deborah Ramirez and Julie Swetnick's claims, a fourth allegation of sexually aggressive behavior toward a woman came to light through an anonymous letter sent to Colorado Republican Sen. Cory Gardner’s office. According to the complaint, Kavanaugh was drunk and threw a woman up against a wall in a sexual manner after a social event in Washington, D.C.

The letter, which was dated Sept. 22, was sent by a woman alleging the victim was her daughter's friend.

“When they left the bar (under the influence of alcohol) they were all shocked when Brett Kavanaugh, shoved her friend up against the wall very aggressively and sexually,” the woman wrote about the incident and her daughter’s recollection, the documents said. “There were at least four witnesses including my daughter.”

The letter did not contain any names, address or contact information.

“Upon receiving the letter we immediately notified the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is handling the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh. The letter was shared with both Republican staff and Democrat staff,” Casey Contres, a spokesman for Gardner, said in a statement. “Due to privacy regarding mail that comes into our office, we do not share the content of correspondence. Additionally, this anonymous letter contained no name or contact info so our office is unable to contact the individual that sent the anonymous letter.”

Kavanaugh denied the allegation during a call with Judiciary Committee staff members, calling the unconfirmed claims a "disgrace” that was “doing damage to the country.”

On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee released a transcript of a conference call in which Kavanaugh was asked about an allegation raised by Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Rhode Island Democrat, after a constituent contacted him Monday saying a close acquaintance “was sexually assaulted by two heavily inebriated men she referred to at the time as Brett and Mark” in August 1985 on a 36-foot boat in Newport.

According to the transcript, the constituent said it was not until this week he “realized that one of the men was Brett Kavanaugh when he saw Kavanaugh’s high school yearbook photo on television over the weekend."

Kavanaugh also denied this claim like the other four accusations against him.

The judge's Supreme Court confirmation remains in doubt amid the ongoing scandal, which began with the 51-year-old Ford coming forward with her claim. A psychology professor at Palo Alto University, Ford said Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her in the 1980s when they were both teenagers.

On Sunday, the New Yorker published an interview with Deborah Ramirez, 53, who accused Kavanaugh of exposing himself at a drunken party when he was a freshman at Yale. Ramirez claimed Kavanaugh “thrust his penis in her face, and caused her to touch it without her consent as she pushed him away.”

Michael Avenatti, who came to the spotlight by representing adult star Stormy Daniels, said a third victim — later identified as Swetnick — had credible information against the Supreme Court nominee. According to Swetnick, Kavanaugh and others in the early 1980s spiked the drinks of girls at high school parties with intoxicants to make it easier for them to be gang-raped.

Meanwhile, President Donald Trump has defended his Supreme Court nominee, saying he felt “terribly” for the judge.