Taylor Swift is no longer a defendant after the judge dismissed the lawsuit filed by the former DJ, #David Mueller.
The judge said that "Taylor Swift did not act improperly". He stayed latched on to my bare a** cheek as I moved away from him. "[His hand] didn't let go", she told the jury. Mueller testified he did not grope Swift. According to the judge who handled the case, William Martinez, #Taylor Swift is not guilty and not liable since Mueller can not give a sufficient evidence that Taylor has set out to get him dismissed from his job.
Swift countersued, claiming sexual assault.
The Grammy-winning artist behind such hits as "Fearless" and "I Knew Your Were Trouble" asserted that her representatives informed KYGO management about the alleged groping incident in 2013 but never demanded that Mueller be fired. Martinez did say there's evidence to support a damages claim over the KYGO contract but not for future earnings.
Four years after Taylor Swift accused a radio station DJ of groping her before a concert in Denver, the pop superstar told her story in sometimes unflinching language and called the encounter despicable, horrifying and shocking.
Swift is seeking a symbolic $1 in damages, which she will donate to charity if awarded.
During the proceedings, a former bodyguard of Taylor, Greg Dent took the witness stand to testify that he saw Mueller reached his hand under Taylor' dress at a 2013 Denver pre-concert photo-op.