Taylor Swift no longer defendant in lawsuit against her, others

Taylor Swift no longer defendant in lawsuit against her, others

Taylor Swift no longer defendant in lawsuit against her, others

Former DJ David Mueller denies groping Swift at a 2013 Denver event and sued her, saying the allegation got him fired.

Paige Brasington, 21, a Swift fan from The Woodlands, Texas, said she was groped on public transportation while studying overseas and was glad Swift was giving attention to the issue with the same honesty she brings to her music.

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.

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.

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

On Friday, Swift's bodyguard, Greg Dent, testified against Mueller and said that he witnessed the alleged assault.

Moreover, Mueller also sued Swift's mother, Andrea Swift, and her radio handler, Frank Bell, on the same allegations. He stayed latched on to my bare a** cheek as I moved away from him. "So in my opinion, I knew he touched her", he said.

Dent, who stopped working with Swift after the 2013 tour, said the singer often allowed appropriate contact with fans in such meet-and-greet sessions, adding that he felt "she was far too friendly". Mueller is seeking up to $3 million worth of damages as compensation for his ruined career.

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