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Judge Dismisses DJ's Lawsuit In Taylor Swift Groping Trial

13 August 2017, 05:50 | Anna Nguyen

Judge Dismisses DJ's Lawsuit In Taylor Swift Groping Trial

Selena Gomez Taylor Swift Trial

Day Two After a mostly middle-aged jury of six women (one black, one Asian and four white) and two men (one white, one Hispanic) was selected, the trial began. In a statement Swift wrote she would hope that going to trial for this case will 'serve as an example to other women who may resist publicly reliving similar outrageous and humiliating acts'.

The trial took place in Denver, Colorado after former radio DJ David Mueller sued the "Bad Blood" hit maker and her crew for up to $3 million in total damages, claiming that he lost his job because Swift personally orchestrated for him to be fired.

Day Three Andrea Swift and Bell took the stand.

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Music superstar Taylor Swift told a U.S. court on August 10 of her shock as she realized she was being groped during a photo opportunity in Colorado, as she faced the former DJ she accuses of assaulting her.

Day FourTaylor Swift herself gave snarky, assured testimony, dropping the word "ass" repeatedly as she drove home her conviction that Mueller had intentionally groped her during a meet-and-greet photo-op. "I was visibly uncomfortable", Swift said, according to an Us Weekly reporter who was in the courtroom on Thursday. All affirmed or said they saw no reason to doubt Swift's allegations. "I had never dealt with something like this before", Swift said. 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. At the end of the day, Swift hugged her lawyer and family.



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