Christine Blasey Ford is answering questions about her allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

In a Senate hearing today, Ford said she is 100-percent certain it was Kavanaugh who allegedly forced himself on her at a house in Maryland in the 1980s.

Senator Amy Klobuchar asked Ford, “Can you tell us what you don’t forget about that night?”

She responded, “The bed on the right side of the room as you walk into to the room, there was a bed to the right, the bathroom in close proximity. The laughter, the uproarious laughter, and the multiple attempts to escape and the final ability to do so.”

Ford was referring to the laughter of Kavanaugh and his friend Mark Judge, who she said had been drinking on the night of the alleged incident.

Klobuchar also praised Ford for telling her story to the nation because, “For so many years, people swept cases like yours under the rug, they’d say what happens inside a house didn’t belong in the courthouse. Well, the times have changed, so I just want to thank you for coming forward today.”

Kavanaugh strongly denies the allegations.