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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was a binge drinker who had a pornography habit or fetish in the 1980s, then changed radically when he stopped drinking alcohol, his former girlfriend told CNN on Monday.
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Lillian McEwen, who dated Thomas for several years before he was nominated to the Supreme Court in 1991, provided CNN’s “Larry King Live” program with a harsh depiction of Thomas. She said when they first met, he might have been a “raving alcoholic” who used pornography to help fulfill sexual fantasies, but then gave up drinking and transformed into an angry, obsessive man who bullied his son.

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King said during the program that Thomas’ office declined offers to comment on the topics of the interview.

Thomas almost had his Supreme Court nomination derailed when another woman, Anita Hill, accused him of sexual harassment when they worked together in the 1980s at the U.S. Department of Education and then the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Read entire article at CNN.com

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