(CNN) - Kentucky Republican Senate Candidate Rand Paul rejected allegations Tuesday from an anonymous woman that during his college days he and a friend kidnapped her and attempted to force her to use marijuana.
The woman's charges came to light on Monday when published online by GQ.com. Paul was asked about the accusation during an interview with Fox News' Neil Cavuto Tuesday. Paul said, "Oh please spare us. What I say is please spare us the details. No I was never involved with kidnapping, no, I was never involved with forcibly drugging people."
The allegations were part of a larger profile for the GQ magazine by their reporter Jason Zengerle. The piece describes Paul's years as a student at Baylor University, during which the alleged incident took place.
Zengerle writes that Paul was a member of the swim team and a secret society called NoZe, comprised largely of liberal students who fought the school's administration. The article quotes a onetime female teammate of Paul's – now a clinical psychologist who asked not to be named – detailing the incident.
"He and Randy came to my house, they knocked on my door, and then they blindfolded me, tied me up, and put me in their car. They took me to their apartment and tried to force me to take bong hits. They'd been smoking pot," she said.
Upon refusing to take the hits, the woman says Paul and the other NoZe member drove her to a creek where "They told me their god was 'Aqua Buddha' and that I needed to bow down and worship him."
"They never hurt me, they never did anything wrong, but the whole thing was kind of sadistic," the woman also told GQ. "They were messing with my mind. It was some kind of joke."
"I'm not going to go back 27 years and remember everything I did in college but the thing is I really don't think that politicians should be asked to answer anonymous accusers from 27 years ago, but I will categorically deny that I ever kidnapped anyone or forced anybody to use drugs." Paul said of the claims.
When asked whether he would sue GQ, Paul said, "We haven't ruled out the possibility on it, because the thing is, we now have a 100 different media outlets, some who pretend to be real media outlets, saying I kidnapped someone. I don't even think that's the words of the woman, I think that's the title they put on the words when she said we didn't do anything to her, and we don't even know who she is.
A spokesman for Paul, Jesse Benton, told CNN, "Dr. Paul was on the Baylor Swim Team and was active in Young Conservatives of Texas."
"We'll leave National Enquirer type stories about his teenage years to the tabloids where they belong."
Paul, who now faces Democrat Jack Conway for the open Kentucky Senate seat, later left Baylor before obtaining his Bachelors degree to begin medical school at Duke. Recent polls suggest Paul leads by high single digits.
- CNN's Alexander Mooney and Jillian Harding contributed to this report.