She said she locked herself in the bathroom and listened until she heard the boys "going down the stairs, hitting the walls".
The committee's chairman, Iowa Sen.
Leimroth also pushed back against the notion that Ford had confused the identity of her attacker, saying that they ran in the same circles and had met before.
Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer also called for an Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, saying they have "the resources, the information and the legal tools" to do it.
A lawyer for the woman making the accusations about Kavanaugh said she is willing to tell her story publicly to the Senate panel considering his nomination. She said that she remembered being pushed into a bedroom by Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge.
"That's not relevant to credibility - when it took place and how it took place", Cardin said.
With Mr Kavanaugh's once-safe nomination for a lifetime job on the top United States court now appearing in jeopardy, the conservative federal appeals court judge had meetings at the White House and issued a fresh denial calling the assault allegation "completely false".
The president seems resigned to senators delaying what had been an expected Thursday vote by the judicial committee after the allegation from a professor at a California university threw Kavanaugh's confirmation into some doubt.
Republicans say plans are in the works for a public session for both Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford, the college professor who is accusing him of sexual assault when they were high-school age.
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The judge, though, said in a statement that he has "never done anything like what the accuser describes - to her or to anyone".
Seeing an opening, some Democrats are surely wondering if they can delay votes on Kavanaugh's nomination at least until after the midterm elections.
Republicans say the allegations have already cast a shadow over Mr Kavanaugh but that it does not appear to be enough to change the votes in the narrowly divided 51 - 49 Senate.
Ford did not express her account until she spoke with a therapist in 2012. In the room, Kavanaugh reportedly, "pinned her to a bed on her back and groped her over her clothes, grinding his body against hers and clumsily attempting to pull off her one-piece bathing suit and the clothing she wore over it".
"With Kavanaugh's hand over my mouth I feared he may inadvertently kill me", she wrote.
If the Judiciary committee's timetable slips, it would become increasingly hard for Republicans to schedule a vote before midterm elections on November 6 elections, when congressional control will be at stake. "Unless something else gets dislodged from historical memory" or other women come forward with accusations, "odds are that he will be confirmed".
In a PBS interview in January, Biden said he had not contacted Hill about an apology.
The testimonies "would be added to the very considerable mountain of evidence and considerations that folks will have when they weigh whether or not to vote for judge Kavanaugh to be on the Supreme Court".
The committee's 10 Democratic members want to delay the planned vote and allow for an FBI investigation before the panel moves forward. "Yes, even if his behavior as a teen included doing exactly what Ford says he did".
While some Republican senators, such as Alaska's Lisa Murkowski, South Carolina's Lindsey Graham and Flake, are concerned with process, one source said that doesn't necessarily mean a long delay - and the concern is that a long delay is what Democrats are pushing for.