The trial of David Mueller, whom Taylor Swift is accusing of sexual harassment, continues today.
A report from Complex on the specific details of Swift’s testimony reveals more details about the meet-and-greet incident, which led to the trial.
“He did not touch my rib,” Swift said in court, according to TMZ, referring specifically to Mueller’s testimony, in which he denied any kind of sexual content. “He did not touch my hand. He grabbed my bare ass. He stayed latched on to my bare ass… as I moved away from him visibly uncomfortable.”
“It was a very shocking thing that I have never dealt with before,” she added. “He grabbed my ass underneath my skirt. It was underneath my skirt.”
TMZ has previously published photos of the incident in question, despite Swift’s request not to have the images disseminated.
The defense went on to argue that Mueller is innocent because Swift continued the meet-and-greet
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Jury selection has started in Taylor Swift’s case against a radio DJ.
The superstar alleges that David Mueller groped her during a meet-and-greet in Denver in 2013. According to People, the 27-year-old was on hand while potential jurors were interviewed and screened at the courthouse.
Based on the questionnaire handed out, potential jurors were asked questions, such as have you “listened to Taylor Swift on the radio,” “watched any Taylor Swift video,” “read a blog, magazine, or other news reporting about Taylor Swift,” “purchased a Taylor Swift album,” or “gone to a Taylor Swift concert or performance” in the last two years.
There are also questions about whether jurors were fans of Mueller on local country radio station KYGO.
In the case, Mueller first sued Swift two years after the alleged groping incident because he believes her claim cost him his job. The “Shake It Off” singer countersued, saying in court papers that
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