Judge Tosses DJ’s Case Against Taylor Swift In Groping Trial
A judge has reportedly thrown out David Mueller’s case against Taylor Swift on Friday arguing that the radio DJ has no proof that her allegations of groping cost him his job. The trial, which had been going on for the past four days, centered around an incident during a 2013 meet-and-greet after a Denver concert where Swift alleged that Mueller groped her buttocks. Mueller denied the claim and sued Swift for $3 million. In turn, Swift countersued for just $1 in order to prove a point about sexual assault. U.S. District Judge William Martinez determined that Swift could not be held liable because Swift did not appear to set out to get Mueller fired.