Lawsuit tossed in Taylor Swift trial, but ordeal isn't over

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 13, 2017

A Denver Radio host who tried to sue Taylor Swift for millions of dollars after she accused him of "groping" her has had his lawsuit against the star dismissed.

However the ruling by U.S. District Judge William Martinez left Swift's counter-suit against Mueller, which alleges sexual assault, in tact. He is seeking up to $3 million, saying the allegation cost him his reputation and his job.

This claim is for a symbolic $1, with Taylor Swift stating that she wants the opportunity to stand up and be the voice for other women, and it will still be considered by the jury. 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.

The judge cited lack of evidence and witness testimony.

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

According to BBC, the DJ made the same claims against Taylor's mother, #Andrea Swift, and radio promotions director Frank Bell.

Taylor Swift is no longer a defendant after the judge dismissed the lawsuit filed by the former DJ, #David Mueller.

Swift used the word "ass" dozens of times on the witness stand Thursday as she told jurors that David Mueller reached under her skirt during a meet-and-greet photo op in 2013.

She said she and Mueller started out as co-workers at country station KYGO-FM and became romantically involved in February 2013, a few months before the concert.

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