Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on September 27, 2018. - University professor Christine Blasey Ford, 51, told a tense Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that could make or break Kavanaugh's nomination she was "100 percent" certain he was the assailant and it was "absolutely not" a case of mistaken identify. (Photo by Gabriella Demczuk / POOL / AFP)        (Photo credit should read GABRIELLA DEMCZUK/AFP/Getty Images)
PHOTO: GABRIELLA DEMCZUK/Pool/AFP/Getty Images
Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on September 27, 2018. - University professor Christine Blasey Ford, 51, told a tense Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that could make or break Kavanaugh's nomination she was "100 percent" certain he was the assailant and it was "absolutely not" a case of mistaken identify. (Photo by Gabriella Demczuk / POOL / AFP) (Photo credit should read GABRIELLA DEMCZUK/AFP/Getty Images)
Now playing
01:22
NYT: Kavanaugh questioned after 1985 bar fight
kavanaugh kegger protest orig me_00000000.jpg
kavanaugh kegger protest orig me_00000000.jpg
Now playing
00:52
Protesters hold a Kavanaugh 'kegger'
WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 04:  Comedian Amy Schumer waits to be led away after being arrested during a protest against the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh October 4, 2018 at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Senators had an opportunity to review a new FBI background investigation into accusations of sexual assault against Kavanaugh and Republican leaders are moving to have a vote on his confirmation this weekend. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
PHOTO: Alex Wong/Getty Images North
WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 04: Comedian Amy Schumer waits to be led away after being arrested during a protest against the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh October 4, 2018 at the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Senators had an opportunity to review a new FBI background investigation into accusations of sexual assault against Kavanaugh and Republican leaders are moving to have a vote on his confirmation this weekend. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Now playing
01:00
Amy Schumer arrested in Kavanaugh protests
Ken Starr
PHOTO: CNN
Ken Starr
Now playing
01:51
Ken Starr on Kavanaugh: Look at whole picture
Chris Cuomo closing 1004
PHOTO: CNN
Chris Cuomo closing 1004
Now playing
05:29
Cuomo: Kavanaugh is who he was in that hearing
President Trump speaking at rally in Southaven,Mississippi.
PHOTO: POOL
President Trump speaking at rally in Southaven,Mississippi.
Now playing
01:41
Trump mocks Ford's sexual assault testimony
Now playing
02:17
See Sanders' testy exchange with Jim Acosta
Jamie Roche, Brett Kavanaugh's Yale freshman roommate, on AC360.
PHOTO: CNN
Jamie Roche, Brett Kavanaugh's Yale freshman roommate, on AC360.
Now playing
03:03
Kavanaugh's college roommate: He was lying
PHOTO: CNN
Now playing
00:50
Blumenthal: Trump's comments show why assault isn't reported
Former Secretary of State John Kerry on The Lead 10/2.
PHOTO: CNN
Former Secretary of State John Kerry on The Lead 10/2.
Now playing
01:49
Kerry on Kavanaugh confirmation: The fix is in
Now playing
01:48
Clinton laughs at Kavanaugh's comment
PHOTO: CNN
Now playing
01:43
Kasich: We're seeing explosion of US politics
Now playing
01:19
Lawmaker: Situation 'makes me want to heave'
PHOTO: CNN
Now playing
02:02
Kavanaugh classmate: He has not told the truth
Cuomo/Avenatti
PHOTO: CNN
Cuomo/Avenatti
Now playing
03:22
Cuomo pushes back on credibility of Swetnick
PHOTO: CNN
Now playing
03:47
Voter: Maybe they're both partial truths
(CNN) —  

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was accused of starting an altercation while he was a student at Yale, according to a 1985 police report obtained by CNN, after police responded “in regards to an assault.”

In the New Haven, Connecticut, police department report, a man named Dom Cozzolino said Kavanaugh had thrown ice on him and Kavanaugh’s friend Chris Dudley had thrown a glass that hit him in the ear.

“The argument between the two started when Mr. Cozzolino stated that Brett Kavanaugh threw ice at him for some unknown reason and he then got hit in the ear with a glass,” the report says.

Dudley denied the allegations, according to the report, “and Mr. Kavanaugh didn’t (want) to say if he threw the ice or not. “

The police report does not indicate whether anyone was arrested, and New Haven’s police chief, Anthony Campbell, told CNN there are no other records he is aware of involving Kavanaugh. The New York Times first reported the incident.

Following the release of the Times report, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called the story “ridiculous.”

“Democrats desperately attack Judge Kavanaugh for throwing ice during college. What motivated New York Times reporter to write this ridiculous story? Throwing ice 33 years ago, or her opinion of Judge Kavanaugh in July?” Sanders said on Twitter, pointing to a tweet from New York Times reporter Emily Bazelon in July disassociating herself from praise of Kavanaugh.

Cozzolino “was bleeding from the right ear,” according to the report, and he was later treated at a local hospital. The incident reportedly occurred at a bar called Demery’s.

Dudley has spoken out in support of Kavanaugh’s nomination, and on Monday the White House released joint statements from him and a former Yale suite mate, Dan Murphy, rebutting any claims that Kavanaugh drank to the point of blacking out.

The White House did not immediately respond to requests from the Times for comment on Monday. Dudley also did not respond to the Times, and Cozzolino declined to comment to the newspaper.

Chad Ludington, a former classmate of Kavanaugh’s, has said Kavanaugh did not tell the truth about his drinking in his testimony Thursday to the Senate Judiciary Committee. In Ludington’s statement released Sunday he also mentions an altercation involving Kavanaugh: “On one of the last occasions I purposely socialized with Brett, I witnessed him respond to a semi-hostile remark, not by defusing the situation, but by throwing his beer in the man’s face.”

Ludington told CNN’s “Cuomo Prime Time” anchor Chris Cuomo that the altercation happened after a UB40 concert, when he and a group of friends were drinking at Demery’s.

They were sitting near a man who they thought looked like the lead singer of UB40, Ali Campbell, and were trying to figure out whether it was him, Ludington told Cuomo.

The man noticed Ludington, Kavanaugh and the others looking at him and – according to Ludington – aggressively asked them to stop.

Ludington told Cuomo he initially remembered Kavanaugh then threw his beer at the man, but recently found out from the report that there were ice cubes in the thrown drink.

“We weren’t drinking water, so it must’ve been some sort of mixed drink,” Ludington told Cuomo.

The man next then “took a swing at Brett,” Ludington continued, and then they were “two guys fighting – that was all very quick.”

Dudley then took his drink and “proceeded to smash it up against the guy’s head,” Ludington recalled.

There was some shouting, and then the police showed up, Ludington said. They looked around and asked questions, he said, and then Dudley was put in a squad car and taken to jail.

CNN”s Majlie de Puy Kamp contributed to this report.