Taylor Swift testifies former DJ groped her under her skirt

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Mueller sued the three after Swift's team reported the alleged 2013 assault in Denver to his bosses.

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.

Mr Dent, who no longer works for Ms Swift, told the court he was steps away when Mr Mueller posed with his girlfriend and the pop star.

Asked about her reaction when she learned that Mueller had been fired, Swift replied that she was not going to allow the lawyer or Mueller make her feel like it was her fault.

However, the rest of the allegations that the former radio host made against Swift's mother and her liaison officer will still be decided upon for a verdict, The Guardian added.

Now The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that judge William Martinez has thrown out Mueller's case against Taylor Swift because the former radio DJ could not provide enough evidences of Swift personally getting him ravage.

She also said she was stunned and did not say anything to Mueller or halt the event after he left because she did not want to disappoint several dozen people waiting in line for photos with her. He is seeking up to $3 million in damages.

"It was a definite grab - a very long grab".

Mr Mueller, then a host on the radio station KYGO, had been invited to meet her before the show. She also said that no one else could have groped her. "I knew she was uncomfortable".

The Mueller v. Swift trial-which is before a judge and 8-member jury (6 women, 2 men selected)-is expected to last for nine days total.

Mueller testified Wednesday that the photo taken before the concert was "weird and awkward", but he insisted that he touched Swift in the ribs, not in the rear.

She said she noticed nothing amiss during the brief meeting and that she and Mr Mueller were rudely escorted out of the arena later that evening. As court trials are held, the statements of both parties are being heard.

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