As Brett Kavanaugh prepares to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee about the string of sexual assault allegations made against him, his college roommate has come forward to talk about the “grim” experience with Donald Trump‘s contentious Supreme Court nominee.

Kit Winter lived with Kavanaugh and a third roommate in a three-man suite at Yale in the fall of 1983. In an interview The Cut, Winter, who is gay, describes him as a “loud, obnoxious frat boy-like drunk” who left puke in the bathroom and hardly said a word to him during the entire year they lived together.

“It’s weird never saying hello to one of your two roommates,” he recalls.

Related: Brett Kavanaugh’s gay college roommate talks about “grim” dorm room, vomit-covered bathroom, and more

Then there was the time someone (Maybe Kavanaugh? Maybe not?) snuck into his room and nailed a dead pigeon to his private bedroom door.

“I interpreted it as an act of social hostility slash terrorism,” Winter says. “I thought it was a very clear message. ‘We don’t like you, and we don’t want you here.’ I didn’t know who it was who didn’t want me here. I didn’t know who had done it.”

Honestly, is anyone surprised by the fact that an accused rapist and friend of Donald Trump is also a homophobic piece of sh*t?

Twitter is certainly not…

Related: Memers obliterate accused rapist Brett Kavanaugh ahead of his senate testimony

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