Judge Dismisses DJ's Lawsuit In Taylor Swift Groping Trial

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As she faced Mueller's defense attorneys, Swift confirmed that David Mueller had, in fact, grabbed her butt during a 2013 meet and greet.

Moreover, Mueller also sued Swift's mother, Andrea Swift, and her radio handler, Frank Bell, on the same allegations.

Mueller said that Swift and her team "pressured station management to oust him from his $150,000-per-year job". Mueller is seeking up to $3 million worth of damages as compensation for his ruined career.

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.

U.S. District Judge William J. Martinez said the former KYGO radio DJ can't prove the pop star got him fired.

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As Taylor Swift's assault trial continues, the singer is getting tons of support from her fellow celebrities.

Last Friday, a judge from Denver court dismissed Mueller's claim.

Swift countersued, claiming sexual assault. Mueller is said to have groped Swift during a photo-op at a concert in 2013. According to him, he was positioned to Taylor's side during the picture-taking, that is why he clearly saw what the DJ did.

"She reacted, pushed her skirt down and moved over closer to [Mueller's girlfriend]". Aside from Greg Dent, a photographer from that event, Stephanie Simbeck testified as well that he witnessed the alleged groping.

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