Taylor Swift expected to testify in groping case in Denver

Taylor Swift might have to show up in a federal court in Denver on Monday

Taylor Swift might have to show up in a federal court in Denver on Monday

He claims he was sacked after Swift falsely accused him of grabbing her and he is seeking up to $3 million in damages.

Andrea Swift and Swift's photographer from the meet-and-greet are just two of the witnesses that are expected to be called to the stand in the civil trial.

U.S. District Court judge William Martinez will be presiding over the trial at the Alfred A. Arraj courthouse in Denver.

Mueller says he was sacked after Bell told KYGO general manager Bob Call that Swift and her parents were "looking for specific action" to be taken by the station.

Taylor is now expected to testify in the civil court this week, with opening statements thought to begin on Tuesday, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

In court filings, Mueller denied he groped Swift and "has testified unequivocally that 'I am sure that I did not'".

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Mueller, then 51, was a morning host at a country music station when he was assigned to attend Swift's concert at the Pepsi Center in Denver.

Swift countersued, alleging sexual battery by Mueller.

"It's impossible for me to pick one specific moment that it was happening because it happened in a series of moments, so one of the moments when it was happening, in progress, was the moment we were posing for the photo and when the photo was being taken, but that was not the only moment that he was grabbing my a**", she alleged.

"Ms. Swift knows exactly who committed the assault-it was Mueller-and she is not confused in the slightest about whether her long-term business acquaintance, Mr. Haskell, was the culprit", the documents read.

Former 98.5 KYGO radio host Mueller filed a lawsuit against the "Blank Space" singer, claiming he was falsely accused and that she should have contacted police rather than his bosses. Instead, he and his girlfriend were escorted out of the arena and his boss at the radio station was called, Associated Press reports.

Swift never went to the police.

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Mueller's lawyer, Gabriel McFarland, has argued in previous hearings that he could be the victim of mistaken identity.

Mueller sued Swift, claiming her false accusations did irreparable harm to his professional reputation and resulted in his wrongful termination.

Musician Taylor Swift performs onstage during the 2017 DIRECTV NOW Super Saturday Night Concert at Club Nomadic on February 4, 2017 in Houston, Texas. It's inconclusive whether he's touching her.

The jury selection for Taylor Swift v. former DJ David Mueller begins today.

Swift counter-sued with claims he assaulted her.

Entertainment news outlet TMZ obtained and published the photo, which has since been sealed by the court. The singer is aware of the impact and influence she has on other victims of sexual assault, especially in a day and age where discussions of inappropriate behavior by public figures are more prevalent.

White House Denies Involvement With Fox News Story at Center of Lawsuit
For his part, Butowsky told NPR that his statement about Trump approving of the story was a joke. "At no point in time did Mr. I got a note that we have the full attention of the white house on this.

Swift says: "He took his hand and put it up my dress and grabbed onto my ass cheek". Swift says she will donate any money she receives to charities. Swift said that she told her tour manager and security staff that she had been groped.

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