|down. Thomas Skakel stated he soiled his clothing (underwear) when Martha brought him to orgasm, using her hand on his penis. He stated that upon leaving Martha, he re-entered his house, but never changed his clothing or showered.
Also during this interview with Sutton Associates investigators on October 7, 1994 [footnote 1] , Tommy reported that at approximately 9:30, while at the side (kitchen) door, he had a brief conversation with Martha Moxley who was in the driveway, and told her to wait inside the side door for him.
A number of eye witnesses, however, claim they saw Martha walk around the back and not go directly inside. At 9:30, Julie Skakel, for example, claims, "I could see Martha walking around the back fence and about the same time that Tommy closed the door, Andrea tried to get in the front door, but she couldn't, so she rang the door bell. I could see Tommy slowly walking through the kitchen and "I think looking through the glass to see who it was."
By all accounts, after helping them retrieve the car keys, Tommy watched as Andrea and his sister Julie drove off. Tommy maintained, on October 7, 1994 [footnote 1] , that Martha was consenting to a sexual encounter.
During his interview on February 6, 1995, however, Tommy would change this aspect of his story slightly. This time, he would state that Martha waited for him inside the house at her own initiative--without his having made any previous arrangements with her. Tom states that he re-entered the house, looked to his left and saw Martha standing there. When asked why Martha was waiting for him, he stated, "maybe she wanted more of Tommy." He claims, however, to have been surprised to find her standing there.
Another significant alteration in his story between these two Sutton Associates interviews relates to his initial flirting and "fooling around" with Martha at the side of the house, before 9:30. On October 7, 1994 [footnote 1] , he described that portion of their encounter as having some friction, since she forcibly rejected him twice. On February 6, 1995, however, he only recounted asking Martha if she wanted to "make love" at that time, and that she had stated no.
In terms of his alcohol consumption on the night in question, Tom told investigators, on October 7, 1994 [footnote 1] , that he had four or five beers at dinner, and then consumed additional beer at home, prior to being with Martha. This scenario implies that Tommy consumed about six or seven drinks in the space of two to three hours. On February 6, 1995, Tommy placed new emphasis on the quantity of beer he and others consumed, and also added that he had consumed one or two scotches at dinner.
With regards to why he did not go to the Terriens, Tommy cited fatigue as the reason on October 7, 1994 [footnote 1] . On February 6, 1995, however, Tommy insisted he could not recall a reason for staying home. With regards to whether or not, early on the morning of October 31, 1995 [sic], Tommy spoke directly with Mrs. Moxley on the phone, he did not recall doing such on October 7, 1994 [footnote 1] ,