The Taylor Swift has successfully won a legal victory in the lawsuit case against a former radio DJ who allegedly claims sexually assaulted her.
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 the American singer-songwriter personally orchestrated for him to be fired.
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.
Moreover, Mueller also sued Swift’s mother, Andrea Swift, and her radio handler, Frank Bell, on the same allegations. The lawsuit against the recently mentioned individuals will be passed onto judges to deliver a judgement. Mueller is seeking up to $3 million worth of damages as compensation for his ruined career.
Taylor Swift countersued former DJ Mueller over claims that he groped her during a meet-and-greet prior to her concert show, explaining it as a “long grab” that she was “completely sure” that it was intentional.
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.
The alleged groping incident took place just before a meet-and-greet in Denver, Colorado. Taylor Swift is claiming that Mueller grabbed her just beneath her skirt and one of her security guards witnessed it.
Swift said that she didn’t say anything at that time because she was so intimidatingly shocked, and didn’t take the issue to court before being sued because she didn’t want it to define her career. However, Mueller denies the groping claims. The trial is still ongoing.