Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh asked that former high school classmates of his set down their beers before taking a photo with him this weekend.

The request was made during a homecoming football game at Kavanaugh's alma mater, Georgetown Preparatory School, the New York Times reports.

Kavanaugh, who did not appear to be drinking, recently emerged from a contentious confirmation process in which he was accused by several women of sexual misconduct. One of the women, Christine Blasey Ford, said that Kavanaugh drunkenly forced himself upon her during a high school party in the 1980s. Ford claimed that Kavanaugh’s friend Mark Judge was a witness in the assault.

During a confirmation hearing in which both Ford and Kavanaugh made appearances, Kavanaugh fielded multiple questions about his drinking habits. Kavanaugh acknowledged his penchant for beer, but denied ever drinking in excess to the point of blacking out. He also flatly rejected allegations that he sexually assaulted anyone.

Classmates of Kavanaugh’s who attended Georgetown Prep’s homecoming football game included Tim Gaudette, a consultant in Colorado, and Tobin Finizio, a radiologist who played football with Kavanaugh in high school. According to Kavanaugh’s calendar from the summer of 1982, Kavanaugh worked out at Finizio’s house before going to Gaudette’s for beer with Judge and others.

Judge did not appear at the homecoming game, nor did Christopher Garrett, who was called “Squi” in high school and was also referenced in Kavanaugh's calendar.

Kavanaugh was confirmed and sworn in earlier this month following an FBI investigation into the allegations.